Dr. Chang Wook Han Chief Research Fellow(VP) of LG Display
Dr. Chenggong Wang Project Director of the Institute of Advanced Display Technology in Visionox
Dr. James Lee
Deputy Chief Engineer of Guangdong Juhua Printed Display Technology Co., Ltd & TCL Corporate Research
Opportunities & Challenges of Printing OLED Technology for TV Application
Vision and Idea about Future Applications
Yoshihiro ono General Manager of Product Development Department of Sony Visual Product Inc.
Designs for BRAVIA OLED TV and Expectations for large screen OLED devices.
Dr. Julian Chang Assistant Director of Boeing Commercial Airplane
Opinions from Business and Industry Analysts
Dr. Choong Hoon Yi Chief Analyst/President of UBI Research
Dr. Yasuo Nakane Global Head of Technology Research/ Senior Analyst of Mizuho Securities Co., Ltd.
View on the Display Supply Chain Outlook
Abstract : To improve yields of their OLED devices, display manufacturers utilize a demura process which requires highly accurate and high-resolution luminance measurements. This paper presents results from a system consisting of two imaging photometers to maximize measurement accuracy and resolution.
TBA Yole Développement
Emerging Technologies and alternative to OLED
Hyuncheol Soh Head of Equity Display Sector Research Center of SHINHAN INVESTMENT
Solution Process Technology, yet to come
Dr. Michael Hack Vice President of Business Development of UDC
Dr. Remi Anemian Head of Global Technical Marketing OLED of Merck
Dr. Jeff Hebb Vice President of Kateeva
Yamada Takeshi General Manager of PLED Business Planning Office of SUMITOMO CHEMICAL CO., LTD.
Printed Device Performance and its Fundamentals for Polymer-OLED Materials
Abstract : We will present the latest status of high performance OLED material development based on our conjugated polymer technology. We also show the comparison of the performance between ink-jet (IJ) and spin devices, and its theoretical fundamentals to obtain high performance in IJ printing.
New Performance Development from Major SCMs
Dr. Chung-Seock Kang Vice President of Kolon Industries Inc.
Applications of Transparent Polymide for Flexible Electronics.
Abstract : Polyimide(PI) has know to have wonderful mechanical and thermal properties. Thanks to those excellent properties, PIs have been believed to be a strong candidate for glass substrate replacement for displays. PI already has been used as a plastic substrate for AMOLED smartphone and watch. However, they have a limitation to broaden their application area in display field mainly due to their dark brown color.
We, KOLON, have been developing transparent, colorless PI(CPI tm) for the applications of flexible electronics. In this talk, some typical applications of CPI tm and its advantages over the conventional materials used in those applications will be introduced.
David Flattery Global Business Manager of DuPont
Dr. Christopher J. Campbell Adhesives Technology Manager of
Display Materials & System Division of 3M
Optically Clear Adhesives Enabling Flexible and Foldable OLED Displays
Abstract : Optically clear adhesives (OCA) have been used for more than a decade to bond rigid LCD and AMOLED displays for consumer electronics applications, offering optical, mechanical and electrical performance benefits. The performance requirements of an OCA to bond cover window, touch sensors, and circular polarizers in a plastic OLED display to bent coverglass or a flexible, foldable OLED display are drastically different from a flat, rigid device.
Dr. Shin Light Polymers
Korea Technology Center Leader of Momentive
The Advantage of Silicone Buffer Coat Ink to Thin Film Encapsulation
Commercial Technology Director for High Performance Displays of Corning Incorporated
Shaping the Flexible OLED Future: The Integral Role of Display Glass for Flexible OLED Panels.
Abstract : As the market for flexible OLED devices grows, Corning’s high-performance display glass – Corning Lotus™ NXT Glass – answers an important need in the manufacturing process as the industry’s leading carrier glass substrate.
New Technology Discussions for Next Generation Display or Better Process
Dr. Andreas Haldi Chief Marketing Officer ofCynora
Dr. Christopher Brown Vice President of ProductsKyulux
Dr. Jeong-Ik Lee Assistant Vice President of ETRI
OLED Technologies for Advanced Flexibility.
Abstract : The trend for flexible displays needs more flexibility and even stretchability in OLEDs. To advance the flexibility of OLEDs, it is essential to reduce the thickness of every component in OLEDs. In that point of view, the graphene film grown by the CVD method is the best choice for transparent pixel electrodes of OLED displays. In this presentation, the largest OLED panel fabricated on Gen2 sized substrate and also the first flexible OLED panel using the graphene as transparent pixel electrodes will be disclosed.
Dr. Robert Jan Visser Managing Director of Applied Materials
Equipment for the next generation OLED
Abstract : New generations of OLED will need higher resolution, thinner formfactor and better flexibility. We will give an overview of equipment from Applied Materials which will enable these trends to become true
Dr. Max Lemaitre Vice President of Research of nVerpix
A Brief History of Time (to Commercialization): From the CN-VFET to AMOLET displays
Bo Magluyan Product Marketing Manager of Radiant Vision System
OLED measurement and demura system comprised of two high resolution imaging photometers
Abstract : I will explain why display supplier multiples have been so low, the outlook for the display supply chain and who are likely to be the winners and losers over the next 12-24 months.
Dr. Siebe van Mensfoort CEO of SIMBEYOND
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