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Displays & Lighting: Innovations & Market Trends

14-16 July 2021
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14 July 2021

Volvo Cars

Automotive lighting: Volvo's stake towards an electronic world

Wednesday

01:40pm

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Paul-Henri Matha

Technical Lead, Exterior Lighting

OLED and LED Lighting, All, Advanced Displays

Automotive lighting: Volvo's stake towards an electronic world

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14 July 2021

TNO at Holst Centre

Laser-assisted microLED integration

Wednesday

02:02pm

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Lotte Willems

Business Development Manager

The development of microLED displays has driven the need for high throughput and cost effective technologies for microLED mass transfer and integration, as conventional assembly technologies fail to provide the required accuracy and throughput. Building upon an extensive track record in the development of laser-assisted technologies for high resolution printing of multilayer circuits and fine pitch interconnects, Holst Centre has recently demonstrated selective and high-throughput laser die transfer of 40 μm microcomponents and high-throughput printing of 30 μm dots of conductive adhesive. In this talk, we will explain how Holst Centre’s technologies are promising key enablers for microLED displays.

Lotte Willems
Bio

The development of microLED displays has driven the need for high throughput and cost effective technologies for microLED mass transfer and integration, as conventional assembly technologies fail to provide the required accuracy and throughput. Building upon an extensive track record in the development of laser-assisted technologies for high resolution printing of multilayer circuits and fine pitch interconnects, Holst Centre has recently demonstrated selective and high-throughput laser die transfer of 40 μm microcomponents and high-throughput printing of 30 μm dots of conductive adhesive. In this talk, we will explain how Holst Centre’s technologies are promising key enablers for microLED displays.

OLED and LED Lighting, All, Advanced Displays

Laser-assisted microLED integration

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02:02pm

The development of microLED displays has driven the need for high throughput and cost effective technologies for microLED mass transfer and integration, as conventional assembly technologies fail to provide the required accuracy and throughput. Building upon an extensive track record in the development of laser-assisted technologies for high resolution printing of multilayer circuits and fine pitch interconnects, Holst Centre has recently demonstrated selective and high-throughput laser die transfer of 40 μm microcomponents and high-throughput printing of 30 μm dots of conductive adhesive. In this talk, we will explain how Holst Centre’s technologies are promising key enablers for microLED displays.

Lotte Willems
Bio

The development of microLED displays has driven the need for high throughput and cost effective technologies for microLED mass transfer and integration, as conventional assembly technologies fail to provide the required accuracy and throughput. Building upon an extensive track record in the development of laser-assisted technologies for high resolution printing of multilayer circuits and fine pitch interconnects, Holst Centre has recently demonstrated selective and high-throughput laser die transfer of 40 μm microcomponents and high-throughput printing of 30 μm dots of conductive adhesive. In this talk, we will explain how Holst Centre’s technologies are promising key enablers for microLED displays.

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14 July 2021

PlayNitride

Development of MicroLED Display and Future Opportunities

Wednesday

02:24pm

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Falcon Liu

Marketing Director

MicroLED display is an emerging technology with high brightness, wide color gamut, high aperture ratio, and best reliability. In additional to traditional display applications, MicroLED display can be used for innovative display technology, such as transparent display, sports watch, automotive, and many new display scenarios. MicroLED display can fulfill all display required features and will be a revolution of display industry.

Falcon Liu
Bio

MicroLED display is an emerging technology with high brightness, wide color gamut, high aperture ratio, and best reliability. In additional to traditional display applications, MicroLED display can be used for innovative display technology, such as transparent display, sports watch, automotive, and many new display scenarios. MicroLED display can fulfill all display required features and will be a revolution of display industry.

All, Advanced Displays, microLED

Development of MicroLED Display and Future Opportunities

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02:24pm

MicroLED display is an emerging technology with high brightness, wide color gamut, high aperture ratio, and best reliability. In additional to traditional display applications, MicroLED display can be used for innovative display technology, such as transparent display, sports watch, automotive, and many new display scenarios. MicroLED display can fulfill all display required features and will be a revolution of display industry.

Falcon Liu
Bio

MicroLED display is an emerging technology with high brightness, wide color gamut, high aperture ratio, and best reliability. In additional to traditional display applications, MicroLED display can be used for innovative display technology, such as transparent display, sports watch, automotive, and many new display scenarios. MicroLED display can fulfill all display required features and will be a revolution of display industry.

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14 July 2021

IMEC

High-PPI OLED displays made with photolithography

Wednesday

03:08pm

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Tunghuei Ke

Research & Development Manager

All, Advanced Displays, microLED

High-PPI OLED displays made with photolithography

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03:08pm

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14 July 2021

eMagin Corp

Displays for AR/VR

Wednesday

03:30pm

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Andrew Sculley

CEO

In AR and VR applications the displays just don’t have enough brightness. For the next generation of computing AR/VR devices, high brightness, high speed nausea-free, high contrast and often high resolution microdisplays are sought by everyone from Consumer, Military, Medical and Industrial customers. The team at eMagin found the answer, we invented direct patterned OLED technology (dPd) that yields the highest brightness OLED microdisplays. We will combine dPd with additional structures to continue the improvement. These displays have been demonstrated, shipped in small volumes and will be designed into some of the most exciting AR/VR platforms. The speaker will discuss the journey, the results and the possibilities with this new technology, including its potential impact on today’s mobile devices.

Andrew G. Sculley
CEO @ eMagin Corporation
Bio

In AR and VR applications the displays just don’t have enough brightness. For the next generation of computing AR/VR devices, high brightness, high speed nausea-free, high contrast and often high resolution microdisplays are sought by everyone from Consumer, Military, Medical and Industrial customers. The team at eMagin found the answer, we invented direct patterned OLED technology (dPd) that yields the highest brightness OLED microdisplays. We will combine dPd with additional structures to continue the improvement. These displays have been demonstrated, shipped in small volumes and will be designed into some of the most exciting AR/VR platforms. The speaker will discuss the journey, the results and the possibilities with this new technology, including its potential impact on today’s mobile devices.

All, Printed Electronics, AR/VR, Advanced Displays

Displays for AR/VR

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03:30pm

In AR and VR applications the displays just don’t have enough brightness. For the next generation of computing AR/VR devices, high brightness, high speed nausea-free, high contrast and often high resolution microdisplays are sought by everyone from Consumer, Military, Medical and Industrial customers. The team at eMagin found the answer, we invented direct patterned OLED technology (dPd) that yields the highest brightness OLED microdisplays. We will combine dPd with additional structures to continue the improvement. These displays have been demonstrated, shipped in small volumes and will be designed into some of the most exciting AR/VR platforms. The speaker will discuss the journey, the results and the possibilities with this new technology, including its potential impact on today’s mobile devices.

Andrew G. Sculley
CEO @ eMagin Corporation
Bio

In AR and VR applications the displays just don’t have enough brightness. For the next generation of computing AR/VR devices, high brightness, high speed nausea-free, high contrast and often high resolution microdisplays are sought by everyone from Consumer, Military, Medical and Industrial customers. The team at eMagin found the answer, we invented direct patterned OLED technology (dPd) that yields the highest brightness OLED microdisplays. We will combine dPd with additional structures to continue the improvement. These displays have been demonstrated, shipped in small volumes and will be designed into some of the most exciting AR/VR platforms. The speaker will discuss the journey, the results and the possibilities with this new technology, including its potential impact on today’s mobile devices.

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14 July 2021

iBeam Materials

Large-area LED sheets for microLED displays fabricated R2R directly on metal foil

Wednesday

03:30pm

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Vladimir Matias

Founder & President

iBeam Materials is developing a revolutionary new technology to make paper-thin, ultra-flexible and robust microLED displays. The display products are enabled by the ability to make large area flexible sheets of LED epi at low cost. The sheets of LEDs, produced by roll-to-roll manufacturing, will allow large-area monolithic integration of LEDs and active transistor devices in a single device sheet. MicroLEDs made on these robust sheets of thin metal foil will enable super-bright and power efficient displays not achievable today.

Vladimir Matias
CEO @ iBeam Materials

Bio

iBeam Materials is developing a revolutionary new technology to make paper-thin, ultra-flexible and robust microLED displays. The display products are enabled by the ability to make large area flexible sheets of LED epi at low cost. The sheets of LEDs, produced by roll-to-roll manufacturing, will allow large-area monolithic integration of LEDs and active transistor devices in a single device sheet. MicroLEDs made on these robust sheets of thin metal foil will enable super-bright and power efficient displays not achievable today.

All, Advanced Displays, OLED and LED Lighting, MicroLED, microLED

Large-area LED sheets for microLED displays fabricated R2R directly on metal foil

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03:30pm

iBeam Materials is developing a revolutionary new technology to make paper-thin, ultra-flexible and robust microLED displays. The display products are enabled by the ability to make large area flexible sheets of LED epi at low cost. The sheets of LEDs, produced by roll-to-roll manufacturing, will allow large-area monolithic integration of LEDs and active transistor devices in a single device sheet. MicroLEDs made on these robust sheets of thin metal foil will enable super-bright and power efficient displays not achievable today.

Vladimir Matias
CEO @ iBeam Materials

Bio

iBeam Materials is developing a revolutionary new technology to make paper-thin, ultra-flexible and robust microLED displays. The display products are enabled by the ability to make large area flexible sheets of LED epi at low cost. The sheets of LEDs, produced by roll-to-roll manufacturing, will allow large-area monolithic integration of LEDs and active transistor devices in a single device sheet. MicroLEDs made on these robust sheets of thin metal foil will enable super-bright and power efficient displays not achievable today.

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14 July 2021

SmartKem

Moore’s Law and the Display Industry

Wednesday

03:52pm

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Ian Jenks

CEO

All, Advanced Displays, Printed Electronics, MicroLED, microLED, Advanced

Moore’s Law and the Display Industry

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03:52pm

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14 July 2021

VueReal

The solution for large-area printing of optoelectronic microdevices

Wednesday

04:14pm

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Reza Chaji

CEO

All, Printed Electronics, Advanced Displays, microLED, MicroLED

The solution for large-area printing of optoelectronic microdevices

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04:14pm

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14 July 2021

Optomec

Aerosol Jet Printed 3D Interconnects for Display Applications

Wednesday

04:58pm

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Bryan Germann

Aerosol Jet Product Manager

Optomec’s Aerosol Jet technology has a unique solution to enable panel front to backside connections without glass vias or vacuum processes. Aerosol Jet’s ability to print at high resolution, down to 10 μm, and at a high aspect ratio, as high as 5mm from the substrate regardless of topology, make it the ideal solution for both manufacturing and repair of metallization on glass edges. Demonstration of high speed, high density printing of connections from the front side of a panel to the backside will be shown along with repair of existing metallization created by other methods.

Bryan Germann
Product Manager @ Optomec

Bio

Optomec’s Aerosol Jet technology has a unique solution to enable panel front to backside connections without glass vias or vacuum processes. Aerosol Jet’s ability to print at high resolution, down to 10 μm, and at a high aspect ratio, as high as 5mm from the substrate regardless of topology, make it the ideal solution for both manufacturing and repair of metallization on glass edges. Demonstration of high speed, high density printing of connections from the front side of a panel to the backside will be shown along with repair of existing metallization created by other methods.

All, 3D Printed Electronics, 3D Printing, MicroLED, microLED, InMold Electronics, Advanced Displays

Aerosol Jet Printed 3D Interconnects for Display Applications

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04:58pm

Optomec’s Aerosol Jet technology has a unique solution to enable panel front to backside connections without glass vias or vacuum processes. Aerosol Jet’s ability to print at high resolution, down to 10 μm, and at a high aspect ratio, as high as 5mm from the substrate regardless of topology, make it the ideal solution for both manufacturing and repair of metallization on glass edges. Demonstration of high speed, high density printing of connections from the front side of a panel to the backside will be shown along with repair of existing metallization created by other methods.

Bryan Germann
Product Manager @ Optomec

Bio

Optomec’s Aerosol Jet technology has a unique solution to enable panel front to backside connections without glass vias or vacuum processes. Aerosol Jet’s ability to print at high resolution, down to 10 μm, and at a high aspect ratio, as high as 5mm from the substrate regardless of topology, make it the ideal solution for both manufacturing and repair of metallization on glass edges. Demonstration of high speed, high density printing of connections from the front side of a panel to the backside will be shown along with repair of existing metallization created by other methods.

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14 July 2021

Scrona

Shifting paradigm-doing true microfabrication at the cost of a printing technology

Wednesday

05:21pm

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Patrick Galliker

CEO

Display production has been a central focus of the printed electronics community. Cost pressure make it a perfect target for economic printing technologies like inkjet. However, in view of the ambitious goals, inkjet technology is cornered by challenges it was not designed to resolve. Above all, its printing resolution, traditionally only judged by the human eye, is simply unsuitable to meet most targets of the display industry. Electrohydrodynamic printing represents an avenue to resolve this issue and Scrona present the first printhead that combines the force of EHD with a truly scalable nozzle platform, to also bring along economics.

Patrick Galliker
Scrona

Bio

Display production has been a central focus of the printed electronics community. Cost pressure make it a perfect target for economic printing technologies like inkjet. However, in view of the ambitious goals, inkjet technology is cornered by challenges it was not designed to resolve. Above all, its printing resolution, traditionally only judged by the human eye, is simply unsuitable to meet most targets of the display industry. Electrohydrodynamic printing represents an avenue to resolve this issue and Scrona present the first printhead that combines the force of EHD with a truly scalable nozzle platform, to also bring along economics.

All, Advanced Materials, Printed Electronics

Shifting paradigm-doing true microfabrication at the cost of a printing technology

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05:21pm

Display production has been a central focus of the printed electronics community. Cost pressure make it a perfect target for economic printing technologies like inkjet. However, in view of the ambitious goals, inkjet technology is cornered by challenges it was not designed to resolve. Above all, its printing resolution, traditionally only judged by the human eye, is simply unsuitable to meet most targets of the display industry. Electrohydrodynamic printing represents an avenue to resolve this issue and Scrona present the first printhead that combines the force of EHD with a truly scalable nozzle platform, to also bring along economics.

Patrick Galliker
Scrona

Bio

Display production has been a central focus of the printed electronics community. Cost pressure make it a perfect target for economic printing technologies like inkjet. However, in view of the ambitious goals, inkjet technology is cornered by challenges it was not designed to resolve. Above all, its printing resolution, traditionally only judged by the human eye, is simply unsuitable to meet most targets of the display industry. Electrohydrodynamic printing represents an avenue to resolve this issue and Scrona present the first printhead that combines the force of EHD with a truly scalable nozzle platform, to also bring along economics.

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14 July 2021

PARC

Microassembly Printer for LEDs and Beyond

Wednesday

05:42pm

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Eugene Chow

Principal Scientist

We are developing a new manufacturing process which aims to assemble millions of heterogeneous microchips (LEDs, sensors, electronics) into next generation display and lighting systems with the deterministic control of pick and place at the low cost of printing. The process starts with chiplets from standard processes, as no special coatings or shapes are needed. The system then uses programmable directed electrostatic assembly, parallel closed loop and open loop feedback control, and integrated continuous roller-based transfer of the assemblies to a final substrate for electrical interconnects.

All, Printed Electronics, Advanced Displays, OLED and LED Lighting, Ultraprecision Printing, UltraFineLine Printing, microLED, MicroLED

Microassembly Printer for LEDs and Beyond

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05:42pm

We are developing a new manufacturing process which aims to assemble millions of heterogeneous microchips (LEDs, sensors, electronics) into next generation display and lighting systems with the deterministic control of pick and place at the low cost of printing. The process starts with chiplets from standard processes, as no special coatings or shapes are needed. The system then uses programmable directed electrostatic assembly, parallel closed loop and open loop feedback control, and integrated continuous roller-based transfer of the assemblies to a final substrate for electrical interconnects.

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14 July 2021

Intel

Fundamental Challenges in Micro LED Display Technology

Wednesday

06:04pm

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Khaled Ahmed

Senior Principal Engineer

Manufacturing cost is the highest risk for µLED displays. µLED display cost is composed of backplane and frontplane costs. Backplane cost may be similar to OLED displays. The major cost contributors for frontplane are epitaxy, transfer, and defect management. Here, the technology requirements for manufacturing high performance, cost-effective µLED displays are discussed.

Khaled Ahmed
Senior Principal Engineer @ Intel

Bio

Manufacturing cost is the highest risk for µLED displays. µLED display cost is composed of backplane and frontplane costs. Backplane cost may be similar to OLED displays. The major cost contributors for frontplane are epitaxy, transfer, and defect management. Here, the technology requirements for manufacturing high performance, cost-effective µLED displays are discussed.

All, Advanced Displays, Flexible Displays, Printed Electronics, microLED, MicroLED

Fundamental Challenges in Micro LED Display Technology

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06:04pm

Manufacturing cost is the highest risk for µLED displays. µLED display cost is composed of backplane and frontplane costs. Backplane cost may be similar to OLED displays. The major cost contributors for frontplane are epitaxy, transfer, and defect management. Here, the technology requirements for manufacturing high performance, cost-effective µLED displays are discussed.

Khaled Ahmed
Senior Principal Engineer @ Intel

Bio

Manufacturing cost is the highest risk for µLED displays. µLED display cost is composed of backplane and frontplane costs. Backplane cost may be similar to OLED displays. The major cost contributors for frontplane are epitaxy, transfer, and defect management. Here, the technology requirements for manufacturing high performance, cost-effective µLED displays are discussed.

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14 July 2021

SCHOTT

Foldable glass from SCHOTT

Wednesday

06:26pm

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Mathias Mydlak

Global Business Development Manager

You will learn about SCHOTT’s ultra-thin glass (UTG) for foldable display applications: Xensation® Flex. This special UTG can be chemically toughened for enhanced durability and is suitable for many applications beyond displays.

Mathias Mydlak
Global Business Development Manager @ Schott

Bio

You will learn about SCHOTT’s ultra-thin glass (UTG) for foldable display applications: Xensation® Flex. This special UTG can be chemically toughened for enhanced durability and is suitable for many applications beyond displays.

Flexible Displays, Substrates, Advanced Displays, All

Foldable glass from SCHOTT

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06:26pm

You will learn about SCHOTT’s ultra-thin glass (UTG) for foldable display applications: Xensation® Flex. This special UTG can be chemically toughened for enhanced durability and is suitable for many applications beyond displays.

Mathias Mydlak
Global Business Development Manager @ Schott

Bio

You will learn about SCHOTT’s ultra-thin glass (UTG) for foldable display applications: Xensation® Flex. This special UTG can be chemically toughened for enhanced durability and is suitable for many applications beyond displays.

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14 July 2021

Microsoft

Integration of Vision & Display Using Machine Learning

Wednesday

06:48pm

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Tim Large

Researcher

All, Advanced Displays

Integration of Vision & Display Using Machine Learning

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15 July 2021

Hendy Consulting

Display Industry: Market Status & Outlook

Thursday

01:40pm

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Ian Hendy

CEO

Advanced Displays, all, Market, All

Display Industry: Market Status & Outlook

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01:40pm

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15 July 2021

DSCC

Quantum Dots vs. OLED: Forecasts for Advanced TV Displays

Thursday

02:02pm

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Bob O'Brien

Co-Founder & President