Masterclass 4 - Displays and Lighting: Polymer OLED Microdisplay Technology

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Displays will be one of the largest market segments in printed/organic electronics. For example, Samsung has invested over $500 million in developing next generation OLED displays. Already 70% of the MP3 flash memory music devices use an OLED display. However, OLEDs are just the tip of the iceberg with electroluminescent, electrophoretic and electrochromic displays with unique benefits being commercially used now. Within ten years we will also see another major development - conventional lighting being replaced with lighting that is laminar and flexible.

This masterclass, led by experts in the field, will guide you through the full range of technologies, market opportunities and challenges, and issues to be resolved. The IP situation will also be covered as will companies in the value chain, along with their positioning and strengths.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 8 Apr 2008
EventPrinted Electronics Europe 2008: Europe's largest event on Printed Electronics - International Congress Center of Dresden., Dresden, Germany
Duration: 7 Apr 200810 Apr 2008


ConferencePrinted Electronics Europe 2008
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