The first International Symposium on Display Holography (ISDH) was originated by Professor Tung H. Jeong in 1982 at Lake Forest College in Illinois, USA.
ISDH is a unique event. It is not like any other scientific conference. Rather, it is one that synthesizes history, education, art, science, and economic developments that involve holography. A unique purpose of ISDH, beside the obvious exchange of information on display holography, is to engender a sense of community among participants. After the initial attendance of an ISDH, one looks forward to all the future "family reunions." Traditionally ISDH has met outside major cities in order to maximize interactions and minimize external distractions, but for 2012 ISDH will be taking over the top floor of the new extension of the MIT Media Lab, adjacent to the Charles River and overlooking Boston. We hope you will be able to join us.
Conference Co-Chairs: Michael Bove and Seth Riskin (USA)
Honorary Conference Chairs: Tung H. Jeong (USA), Joseph W. Goodman (USA)
Technical Program Committee: Hans I. Bjelkhagen (UK), Frank Fan (China), Nasser Peyghambarian (USA), Hiroshi Yoshikawa (Japan)