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Mini- & Micro-LED Displays: Markets, Manufacturing Innovations, Applications, Promising Start-ups

29-30 November 2023
1pm - 8pm

Berlin Time

Online Event

This is the second edition of TechBlick's event dedicated to mini and microLED technologies. 


The event will highlight the full spectrum of technological and market developments in the field, covering all aspects including market analysis, monolithic microLEDs, innovative transfer techniques, latest color conversion and novel approaches to RGB displays, drivers and backplanes, repair and inspection, manufacturing and scale up, products and demonstrators, etc. 


With a Virtual Annual Pass, you can participate at all online TechBlick events, online version of onsite events, and acceess the entire library of on-demand content including 750 talks.


With a Hybrid Annual Pass (the Eindhoven option), you can also participate at the onsite conference and exhibition taking place in Sept 24 in Eindhoven, Netherlands. This event is powered by MicroLED Association, TechBlick,and microLED-info.com. You can learn more about MicroLED Connect here


The event will bring together OEMs, leading market researchers, as well as innovative start-ups and commercially impactful researchers. This event will be part of the TechBlick online event series and will be specifically co-located with an event on "Quantum Dots: Material Innovations and Commercial Applications"


The 2022 microLED event, 2023 AR/VR event as well as the 2021 Display Innovations event are now available on-demand in your library. 

Market Analysis and Forecasts | microLED | GaN uLED on Si wafers | Laser-Based Transfer Technologies | Pick and Place | Innovative Transfer Technologies | Stretchable MicroLEDs | MicroLEDs on CMOS | microTransfer Printing | Electrohydrodynamic Printing | Quantum Dots | Color Conversion | Nanoimprinting | Nanowire LEDs | Microbumps | Massive Parallel Transfer | Perovskite Quantum Dots | red ultra-small GaN microLEDs | AR/VR | Silicon Display | OTFTs | Microdispensing | Tiling | Repair and Inspection | Start Ups | Manufacturing | Scale Up

Leading global speakers include:
Fraunhofer IAP
XTPL
Q-Pixel Inc
NanoPattern Technologies
Polar Light Technologies
Omdia Display
Lextar
NSC - New Silicon Corporation Pte Ltd
Yole Group
Hummink
KLA Corporation
Raysolve Optoelectronics
GE Research
Stratacache
SmartKem
Contrel
Innovation Semiconductor
Delo
Toray Engineering
OLED association
QNA Technology
QubeDot
Hendy Consulting
VueReal
Mikro Mesa
Mojo
Kubos Semiconductors
eLux Inc
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29 November 2023

TechBlick

Wednesday

Welcome & Introduction

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1.00 PM

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Khasha Ghaffarzadeh

Welcome & Introduction

1.00 PM

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29 November 2023

Omdia Display

Wednesday

Latest Technical Trend & Market Forecast of micro LED display

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Jerry Kang

Research Manager

Although OLED display market has grown on the small sized display area for the past decades, but it still has some limitation of higher resolution and larger size. From these reasons, Micro LED display is getting more interesting with its superior optical performance. But, the production process of micro LED display is still struggling in terms of its efficiency (through put, yield rate). In this session, Omdia will summarize the latest Technical Trend & Market Forecast of micro LED display focusing on the main issues of the industry.

Latest Technical Trend & Market Forecast of micro LED display

1.00PM

Although OLED display market has grown on the small sized display area for the past decades, but it still has some limitation of higher resolution and larger size. From these reasons, Micro LED display is getting more interesting with its superior optical performance. But, the production process of micro LED display is still struggling in terms of its efficiency (through put, yield rate). In this session, Omdia will summarize the latest Technical Trend & Market Forecast of micro LED display focusing on the main issues of the industry.

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29 November 2023

Toray Engineering

Wednesday

Total Solutions for Mass Production of Micro LED Display

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Katsumi Araki

Account Manager / Technical Sales Representative

Toray Engineering has developed series of technologies to manufacture micro-LED displays based on technologies cultivated through its manufacturing equipment of LCD displays and semiconductors. By combining these technologies, Toray Engineering offers proposal for total solution, and so far, has large delivery records of micro-LED-related manufacturing equipment worldwide. In this presentation, Toray Engineering’s approach to the manufacturing process that utilizes its visual inspection system that uses photoluminescence technology, laser repair equipment, mass transfer equipment, and laser mass transfer equipment shall be introduced. Toray Engineering’s approach focuses measures against these main challenges ahead for the Micro-LED Display Manufacturing:
1) Smaller micro-LED chips & Stable process
It is important which method we use to achieve stable process in Micro LED.
2) Efficient repair process
In case of watch production, 500k chips are used in per product. So if the defect rate is 1%, 5 thousand chips need repairs. In case of a TV, 25 million chips are used. So 250k (two fifty thousand) chips need repairs.
3) Minimizing of image discoloration
Micro-LED chips have variation in luminance and wavelength caused in their manufacturing process. If such variations are transferred to the display pixels, they result in uneven images or mura. There is a need to reduce such image mura.
 
Toray Engineering is ready to offer total solutions to overcome these challenges to help realize high volume production of micro-LED display in the near future.

Total Solutions for Mass Production of Micro LED Display

1:20 PM

Toray Engineering has developed series of technologies to manufacture micro-LED displays based on technologies cultivated through its manufacturing equipment of LCD displays and semiconductors. By combining these technologies, Toray Engineering offers proposal for total solution, and so far, has large delivery records of micro-LED-related manufacturing equipment worldwide. In this presentation, Toray Engineering’s approach to the manufacturing process that utilizes its visual inspection system that uses photoluminescence technology, laser repair equipment, mass transfer equipment, and laser mass transfer equipment shall be introduced. Toray Engineering’s approach focuses measures against these main challenges ahead for the Micro-LED Display Manufacturing:
1) Smaller micro-LED chips & Stable process
It is important which method we use to achieve stable process in Micro LED.
2) Efficient repair process
In case of watch production, 500k chips are used in per product. So if the defect rate is 1%, 5 thousand chips need repairs. In case of a TV, 25 million chips are used. So 250k (two fifty thousand) chips need repairs.
3) Minimizing of image discoloration
Micro-LED chips have variation in luminance and wavelength caused in their manufacturing process. If such variations are transferred to the display pixels, they result in uneven images or mura. There is a need to reduce such image mura.
 
Toray Engineering is ready to offer total solutions to overcome these challenges to help realize high volume production of micro-LED display in the near future.

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29 November 2023

Lextar

Wednesday

A Promising Micro LED Technology - iPixel ®

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JC Liang

Senior Director

In order to get higher-resolution LED module for public information displays,
the size of LED chips must be further reduced.

Lextar Electronics, a subsidiary of Ennostar, has initiated the development of
Micro LED since 2018. The idea is to combine the existing millimeter-level
packaging technology and the advantages of Micro LED chips in high
resolution, high contrast and low color difference to develop
i-Pixel ® solution that is different from other approaches. In this talk, the
development background, performance and merits of i-Pixel ® would be
introduced.

Lextar looks forward to expanding the application of i-Pixel ® technology from
large indoor/outdoor high-brightness public information displays to consumer
displays, such as automobiles, electric vehicles, and home electronics.

A Promising Micro LED Technology - iPixel ®

1:40 PM

In order to get higher-resolution LED module for public information displays,
the size of LED chips must be further reduced.

Lextar Electronics, a subsidiary of Ennostar, has initiated the development of
Micro LED since 2018. The idea is to combine the existing millimeter-level
packaging technology and the advantages of Micro LED chips in high
resolution, high contrast and low color difference to develop
i-Pixel ® solution that is different from other approaches. In this talk, the
development background, performance and merits of i-Pixel ® would be
introduced.

Lextar looks forward to expanding the application of i-Pixel ® technology from
large indoor/outdoor high-brightness public information displays to consumer
displays, such as automobiles, electric vehicles, and home electronics.

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29 November 2023

Mikro Mesa

Wednesday

The Way toward The True µLED Display

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Stefan Chen

Chief Strategy Officer

The advantages of µLED are known well and positioned as a next-generation Display. To be widely applied on consumer electronics, cost and performance are both crucial factors. It is direct that micron-scale µLED (lateral size < 10 µm) brings the cost advantage. Therefore we choose the vertical structure to realize 5µm LED chips. Our proprietary process makes it easy to fabricate but high performance at the meantime. In addition, the micron-scale µLEDs also bring the merit of uniform current spreading, Lambertian emission, and even more, it is eye-friendly.
In terms of mass transfer technology, we develop a fast and concise stamp transfer specifically for micron-scale µLEDs. It is operated at a low temperature of 200 ºC, and press-free. We are focusing on these technologies to establish an effective and productive pipeline toward the true µLED Display.

The Way toward The True µLED Display

2.00 PM

The advantages of µLED are known well and positioned as a next-generation Display. To be widely applied on consumer electronics, cost and performance are both crucial factors. It is direct that micron-scale µLED (lateral size < 10 µm) brings the cost advantage. Therefore we choose the vertical structure to realize 5µm LED chips. Our proprietary process makes it easy to fabricate but high performance at the meantime. In addition, the micron-scale µLEDs also bring the merit of uniform current spreading, Lambertian emission, and even more, it is eye-friendly.
In terms of mass transfer technology, we develop a fast and concise stamp transfer specifically for micron-scale µLEDs. It is operated at a low temperature of 200 ºC, and press-free. We are focusing on these technologies to establish an effective and productive pipeline toward the true µLED Display.

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29 November 2023

Networking Break

Wednesday

Meet The Speakers & Networking Break

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2.20PM

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29 November 2023

eLux Inc

Wednesday

Simple Fluidic Self Assembly (FSA) Mass Transfer for Low Cost MicroLED Displays

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Jong-Jan (JJ) Lee

Simple Fluidic Self Assembly (FSA) Mass Transfer for Low Cost MicroLED Displays

2:55 PM

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29 November 2023

Delo

Wednesday

How microLED display development can benefit through versatility of adhesives

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Dr. Tim Cloppenborg

Senior Product Manager LED

Despite most microLED application are currently at prototype stage the race for miniaturization is already ongoing towards 10-micron edge length and even below. This necessitates new solutions for the transfer and connecting these microLED chips to the main substrate. A promising material class are functional polymers or adhesives. These materials can be tailored in certain ways to comply with the demands of the display manufacturers.

In this talk we will present the capabilities of adhesives for electrical connection under the assumption of a non-monolithic flip chip design. It will be shown that the adhesive can be applied in multiply ways, while printing seems to be a promising option, yet. The tests have been conducted under lab scale conditions with two different pick & place tools (automated and manual). Moreover, two different substrates have been investigated, one is a wafer the other is rigid PCB.

The presented test results will show that adhesives are a versatile material candidate to enable the further development of microLED displays.

How microLED display development can benefit through versatility of adhesives

3.15PM

Despite most microLED application are currently at prototype stage the race for miniaturization is already ongoing towards 10-micron edge length and even below. This necessitates new solutions for the transfer and connecting these microLED chips to the main substrate. A promising material class are functional polymers or adhesives. These materials can be tailored in certain ways to comply with the demands of the display manufacturers.

In this talk we will present the capabilities of adhesives for electrical connection under the assumption of a non-monolithic flip chip design. It will be shown that the adhesive can be applied in multiply ways, while printing seems to be a promising option, yet. The tests have been conducted under lab scale conditions with two different pick & place tools (automated and manual). Moreover, two different substrates have been investigated, one is a wafer the other is rigid PCB.

The presented test results will show that adhesives are a versatile material candidate to enable the further development of microLED displays.

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29 November 2023

Innovation Semiconductor

Wednesday

Micro-LED Displays in a Monolithic GaN System

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Matthew Hartensveld

CTO

Despite the promising features of GaN-based micro-LED displays, their application has been impeded due to complexities in incorporating transistor logic and crafting multi-color emissions. Our research presents a comprehensive single wafer approach, capitalizing on GaN for micro-LEDs, transistor integration, and adjustable InGaN color-tunability. We showcase superior GaN MOSFETs with impressive on-off ratios exceeding eight orders of magnitude and electron mobility surpassing 300 cm2/V*s. These are vertically integrated with micro-LEDs for enhanced functionality. By manipulating different crystal planes, we engineer color-tunable InGaN micro-LEDs, enabling emissions from 640 to 425 nm. Our methods involve MOCVD growth and conventional semiconductor tools for fabrication. This research illustrates the multitude of advantages offered by a fully-integrated GaN-based solution, paving the way for the future of micro-LED displays.

Micro-LED Displays in a Monolithic GaN System

3.35PM

Despite the promising features of GaN-based micro-LED displays, their application has been impeded due to complexities in incorporating transistor logic and crafting multi-color emissions. Our research presents a comprehensive single wafer approach, capitalizing on GaN for micro-LEDs, transistor integration, and adjustable InGaN color-tunability. We showcase superior GaN MOSFETs with impressive on-off ratios exceeding eight orders of magnitude and electron mobility surpassing 300 cm2/V*s. These are vertically integrated with micro-LEDs for enhanced functionality. By manipulating different crystal planes, we engineer color-tunable InGaN micro-LEDs, enabling emissions from 640 to 425 nm. Our methods involve MOCVD growth and conventional semiconductor tools for fabrication. This research illustrates the multitude of advantages offered by a fully-integrated GaN-based solution, paving the way for the future of micro-LED displays.

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29 November 2023

Q-Pixel Inc

Wednesday

Tunable-Polychromatic LEDs for a paradigm shift in microLED displays

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Michelle Chen

Electronic displays have changed the way our society lives and interacts with technology. From the first TVs and personal computing devices to current smartphones and smart wearables, every new generation of technology demands a better display than the last. We want brighter, longer lasting, more energy efficient, and higher resolution displays—all at a lower cost. For years, microLEDs have been a sought after technology for achieving superior displays, but have been impeded by cost and manufacturing challenges.

Q-Pixel's Tunable Polychromatic microLED (TP-LED) technology introduces full-color tunability across a single 4-micron pixel, replacing traditional single-color (RGB) LED subpixels to overcome major manufacturing obstacles of current microLED-based displays. Q-Pixel’s TP-LED core competence both simplifies microLED assembly as we know it and facilitates previously unattainable pixel densities. In 2023, using TP-LED technology, Q-Pixel successfully demonstrated the world's first full-color LED display with a record-breaking pixel density of 5000 pixels per inch (PPI). With disruptive advances of the TP-LED, we expect the display industry to undergo a major paradigm shift, with microLED displays displacing most OLED and miniLED based technologies in coming years.

Tunable-Polychromatic LEDs for a paradigm shift in microLED displays

3.55 PM

Electronic displays have changed the way our society lives and interacts with technology. From the first TVs and personal computing devices to current smartphones and smart wearables, every new generation of technology demands a better display than the last. We want brighter, longer lasting, more energy efficient, and higher resolution displays—all at a lower cost. For years, microLEDs have been a sought after technology for achieving superior displays, but have been impeded by cost and manufacturing challenges.

Q-Pixel's Tunable Polychromatic microLED (TP-LED) technology introduces full-color tunability across a single 4-micron pixel, replacing traditional single-color (RGB) LED subpixels to overcome major manufacturing obstacles of current microLED-based displays. Q-Pixel’s TP-LED core competence both simplifies microLED assembly as we know it and facilitates previously unattainable pixel densities. In 2023, using TP-LED technology, Q-Pixel successfully demonstrated the world's first full-color LED display with a record-breaking pixel density of 5000 pixels per inch (PPI). With disruptive advances of the TP-LED, we expect the display industry to undergo a major paradigm shift, with microLED displays displacing most OLED and miniLED based technologies in coming years.

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29 November 2023

Networking Break

Wednesday

Meet The Speakers & Networking Break

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29 November 2023

SmartKem

Wednesday

Chip-first active-matrix micro LED displays using low temperature OTFT backplanes

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4.50PM

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Simon Ogier

CTO

Micro-LED technology provides a route to high brightness, high contrast, low power consumption displays with a superior lifetime to OLED. Deposition and patterning of the LEDs is performed separately from the active-matrix backplane, unlike in OLED, therefore joining of the LEDs and TFTs must be achieved, sometimes with millions of devices to generate the final display. Mass-transfer techniques have therefore been the subject of intense R&D work in the past few years. In this paper we present a mass-transfer-free approach where an organic thin-film-transistor (OTFT) backplane can be deposited and patterned on top of the source wafer using low temperature processing. Such an approach can yield high resolution and high brightness displays with good uniformity and stability due to the OSC materials in the device. Effective planarization of the LED wafer is achieved using a specially designed UV cross-linkable organic polymer. This allows an OTFT device to be solution processed on top of the LED, achieving charge mobilities of 2 cm2/Vs at channel lengths of 3.7um with on/off ratios of >108. Displays with pixel spacings of 1mm, 300um and 100um were demonstrated in arrays of 16x16 and 48x48, with brightness of over 100K nits for the 254ppi version. Ultimate brightness of 200K nits was achieved with the larger pixel size and optimized designs show potential for >500K nits soon. This approach to processing monolithic micro-LED displays can be used with source wafers (for small sized displays), but also could be applied to LEDs on a transfer sheet (where LEDs have been removed from the sapphire onto an intermediate substrate, with the pitch adjusted for the final display format). Processing on the wafer is perhaps suited for very high ppi AR/VR displays at >1000ppi. In the second case, the usage of the micro-LED is much more efficient and hence this could permit a much wider range of displays to be made with good yield and performance. It does require a mass transfer from the source wafer to an intermediate substrate, but the yield of this transfer can be higher than for the final transfer from transfer sheet to backplane since the metal pads must be joined in a eutectic bond. In our scheme, the metallization is formed in the same way as a conventional via process (coating a metal on another metal) and therefore it is a much more established process with high yield

Chip-first active-matrix micro LED displays using low temperature OTFT backplanes

4.50PM

Micro-LED technology provides a route to high brightness, high contrast, low power consumption displays with a superior lifetime to OLED. Deposition and patterning of the LEDs is performed separately from the active-matrix backplane, unlike in OLED, therefore joining of the LEDs and TFTs must be achieved, sometimes with millions of devices to generate the final display. Mass-transfer techniques have therefore been the subject of intense R&D work in the past few years. In this paper we present a mass-transfer-free approach where an organic thin-film-transistor (OTFT) backplane can be deposited and patterned on top of the source wafer using low temperature processing. Such an approach can yield high resolution and high brightness displays with good uniformity and stability due to the OSC materials in the device. Effective planarization of the LED wafer is achieved using a specially designed UV cross-linkable organic polymer. This allows an OTFT device to be solution processed on top of the LED, achieving charge mobilities of 2 cm2/Vs at channel lengths of 3.7um with on/off ratios of >108. Displays with pixel spacings of 1mm, 300um and 100um were demonstrated in arrays of 16x16 and 48x48, with brightness of over 100K nits for the 254ppi version. Ultimate brightness of 200K nits was achieved with the larger pixel size and optimized designs show potential for >500K nits soon. This approach to processing monolithic micro-LED displays can be used with source wafers (for small sized displays), but also could be applied to LEDs on a transfer sheet (where LEDs have been removed from the sapphire onto an intermediate substrate, with the pitch adjusted for the final display format). Processing on the wafer is perhaps suited for very high ppi AR/VR displays at >1000ppi. In the second case, the usage of the micro-LED is much more efficient and hence this could permit a much wider range of displays to be made with good yield and performance. It does require a mass transfer from the source wafer to an intermediate substrate, but the yield of this transfer can be higher than for the final transfer from transfer sheet to backplane since the metal pads must be joined in a eutectic bond. In our scheme, the metallization is formed in the same way as a conventional via process (coating a metal on another metal) and therefore it is a much more established process with high yield

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29 November 2023

Mojo

Wednesday

Quantum-Dot High PPI MicroLED Microdisplays for AR

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Grace Lee

VP of Display Product Management

The display is the cornerstone of immersive and interactive augmented reality (AR) experiences. In this presentation, we will introduce Mojo Vision's revolutionary uLED full-color display technology for AR, featuring high-efficiency miniature uLEDs and proprietary high-performance, reliable Quantum Dots (QDs).

Quantum-Dot High PPI MicroLED Microdisplays for AR

5.10PM

The display is the cornerstone of immersive and interactive augmented reality (AR) experiences. In this presentation, we will introduce Mojo Vision's revolutionary uLED full-color display technology for AR, featuring high-efficiency miniature uLEDs and proprietary high-performance, reliable Quantum Dots (QDs).

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29 November 2023

Stratacache

Wednesday

MicroLED manufacturing in the US*

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Chris Riegel

CEO

MicroLED manufacturing in the US*

5.30PM

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29 November 2023

Networking Break

Wednesday

Meet The Speakers & Networking Break

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29 November 2023

Hendy Consulting

Wednesday

Key factors to monitor and geographic groups in MicroLED

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Ian Hendy

FPD display strategy consultant, expert and CEO

Key factors to monitor and geographic groups in MicroLED

6.10PM

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29 November 2023

OLED association

Wednesday

Can MicroLEDs Catch Up and Pass OLEDs?

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Barry Young

Managing Director

In the mid-2000s, OLED panel makers entered the display space targeting the LCD monopoly. By 2022, OLEDs generated $42b of the $137b in display revenue and 50% of all the smartphone shipped. OLEDs targeted the high end of the TV, smartphone, monitor and automotive markets and is moving rapidly into tablets and notebooks. In the near eye segment, OLEDoS, which has been installed in Apple’s Vision Pro is rapidly replacing LCoS and LCDs as the go to technology.

15 years later, MicroLED technology seeks to enter the display market, but their base is much wider. When OLEDs entered the market, Samsung alone carried the banner, soon to be joined by LG Display. In 2023, just about every display maker has a MicroLED initiative and powerful new participates, such as Apple, Google, Meta and Microsoft have embraced the technology.

MicroLEDs currently operate in two spheres, very large TVs and very small micro displays. They are relegated to high prices and low efficiency, which limits access to the primary markets. Even the expected 2025 release of Apple’s MicroLED based watch is expected to cost at least 3x a comparable OLED display and have comparable luminance, but with enhanced lifetime. The bourgeoning technology is researching smaller LED die sizes, larger wafers, more productive mass transfer, new error detection and repair techniques, all to reduce costs.

But the OLED industry is not standing still; is close to solving the problem of low blue efficiency and are qualifying an emitter expected to be available in 2024; new manufacturing approaches that double the luminance and triple the lifetime will be used in 2025. Panel makers are experimenting with patterning lithographically to increase pixel density, add luminance and lifetime and reduce production costs by eliminating Fine Metal Masks (FMM). By the end of the decade, a whole new material technology called plasmons could increase the EQE up to 3X the present level, making OLEDs the most efficient display technology while increasing lifetime and luminance.

This talk will provide a roadmap and rationale for how MicroLEDs will compete with LCDs and OLEDs through the end of the decade, speculating on how the advances will affect the penetration and the rate of adoption.