Presented by The Los Angeles Chapter

"The birthplace of SID"

The “LCD Technology” Continuing Series Of Symposia

Display Technologies and Applications

One Day Focused Technical and Business Conference

   ♦ New Approaches to Head-Up Displays

   ♦ Human Vision and Displays, More Applications for LED Signs

   ♦ Exterior Smart Windows Now Ready for Glass Makers

   ♦ High Dynamic Range, Cinema-to-TV Conversion

   ♦ Quantum Dots, Light Shaping, Technologies and Markets

Costa Mesa Country Club
1701 Golf Course Drive
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
(714) 540-7500

Friday, February 3, 2017

Registration & Breakfast 7:00 AM to 8:00 AM
Conference and Exhibits 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM


Display technologies enable new applications, products, and systems, but that doesn’t happen by itself.  It takes a lot of analysis, integration, creative engineering, and system development for that innovative product or system to deliver a rewarding experience to its end user, whether that user is a professional or a consumer.

In “Display Technologies and Applications,” The Society for Information Display Los Angeles Chapter’s 10th One Day Symposium, to be held at the Costa Mesa Country Club on February 3, 2017, talented speakers with international reputations will show us how they and their teams connect the dots to produce compelling and successful display-centric products and systems.


Dr. Jennifer Colegrove (CEO and Principal Analyst, Touch Display Research):  "OLED vs. Quantum Dots"

Gerard Catapano (Samsung Electronics America):  "High Dynamic Range and Cinema-to-TV Conversion"

Prof. Dr. Karlheinz Blankenbach (Pforzheim University):  "Human Vision and Displays"

Gaia Dempsey (Co-founder and VP, DAQRI Holographics Lab): "The State of the Art in Holographic HUD's"

Grant Wylie (NEC LED Display Solutions):  "LED Panels -- What's Available now, What's to Come"

Dr. Seth Coe-Sullivan (VP of Technology,Luminit LLC):  "From Quantum Dots to Holography"

Robert Miller (EMD Group, a subsidiary of Merck): "The Liquid Crystal Window Technology "

Registration Fees

SID Member:  $200             SID Non-Member:  $250           Student or Faculty:  $75

Special Offer: Conference Registration & SID Membership (New or Renewal),  $300

Exhibit Table: $100, with a Conference Registration


Note:  Late registration (after January 6, 2017) or onsite registration, add $50.  Early registration is encouraged as space is limited.  The $50 late fee will not be applied to Student or Faculty registrationsor to Exhibit Tables. No refunds will be issued after Jan 6.

Registration includes breakfast, lunch, free parking, door prize drawings,  and coffee breaks.

There will be two door prize drawings,  one for early registrations and one at the conclusion of the conference.



 To obtain exhibit space, contact Harlan Rogers at or 714-997-3505.

 To obtain facilities information, contact Bob Schmahl at or 714-871-5408.