What Are People Saying About The 2019 OLEDs World Summit?
To better explain the value of attending this leading industry conference, we reached out to our two newest advisory board members, Dr. Stephen Chae, Manager of Technology Strategy & Open Innovation at Samsung Research America, and Dr. Neetu Chopra, Program Director of RGB Technology at Kateeva, and asked them why they think the OLEDs World Summit is a must-attend event for anyone in the OLED industry.
The OLEDs World Summit is a one stop shop. You can be exposed to scientists, market analysts, start-ups, you name it... It continues to be a great place for professional networking to make new connections and advance your career. The dedicated networking breaks provide the opportunity to make new connections and catch up with colleagues you’ve come to know from past summits. The OLEDs World Summit also covers a very wide range of topics; you can get a whole range of information in one spot. That’s the best part of the event.
- Dr. Stephen Chae | Samsung Research America | 2019 Advisory Board
I have been working on OLEDs since my undergraduate degree, and I have been attending the OLEDs World Summit since 2014. It’s a great event to stay plugged in with our partners, customers and current innovations in the field. The OLEDs World Summit provides a power- house of information on OLED technology and covers depth and breadth of understanding in this niche field. This conference also encompasses attendees from several notable companies that are driving the OLED display revolution, and I think it's one event you cannott miss!
- Dr. Neetu Chopra | Kateeva | 2019 Advisory Board
What Can You Expect To Hear at the 2019 OLEDs World Summit?
The New OLED Market – Full Screen, Foldable, Hybrid and Rollable
OLED is rising in the display applications, and now growing with new market momentum. Full screen feature change the smartphone market, as well as panel production efficiency. Foldable OLEDs bring new opportunities and challenges. With Samsung Electronics, Huawei and other smartphone manufacturers already announcing new smartphones with foldable form factors, shipments of foldable OLED panels are expected to exceed 17 million units by 2021. Hybrid OLED technology grants the chance to penetrate into the PC market, and presents great opportunity for China makers. Rollable TVs debuted with high interest and advances cost reduction efforts with better panel structure. The preview and review of these key OLED market drivers will be touched on in the presentation, as well as the long term forecast and critical paths of OLED technology.
→ Presented by: David Hsieh | Director of Analysis & Research, Displays | IHS Markit
OLED Taillight Revolution
- Automotive OLED revolution: more than homogeneous light
- Automotive OLED lighting performance
- Current status and advancing USPs of OLED technology in automotive lighting
- Future perspective of OLED technology in automotive lighting
→ Presented by: Dr. Werner Thomas | Project Manager - OLED Lighting | Audi AG Germany
Solution for Removal of OLED Burn-In on OLED TV Using GPU based Real-time Compensation Technology
A real-time compensation method has been developed to remove for burn-in on AMOLED displays. The technology is driven by software that resides in the device GPU. The system can track the stress history of pixels and utilize the video data from a correction table, derived in a mathematic model considering driving brightness, driving period and operation temperature. The system applies brightness correction over hours comparable to several years of usage period on the TV model 55EG9600, driven with compensation software embedded FPGA. The power consumption increase is a few percent above nominal values. Overall memory requirements is minimized to store the data and the table.
→ Presented by: Shuenn-Jiun Tang | VP Business Development | Ignis Innovation Inc.
The Latest Breakthrough of Printing OLED Technology for Next Generation Premium TV
- Market Requirement of Premium TV & Technology Trend
- Benefits of Printing Technology
- Latest Breakthrough of Printing Technology for Next Generation Premium TV
- 31” 4K OLED TV
- 31” 4K H-QLED TV
- High Resolution: 4.92” 403ppo
- TCL OLED Technology Development Strategy
- Juhua Open Platform R&D Institute
→ Presented by: Dr. James (Jueng-Gil) Lee | Deputy Chief Engineer | TCL
Washable Organic Light-Emitting Diodes (OLEDs) for Wearable Electronics
OLED-based wearable electronic devices require a high aqueous barrier stability to withstand washing process. A nano-multi encapsulation barrier with silicon dioxide composite capping layer is introduced to prevent water from permeating through OLED and organic solar cell. The washable encapsulation barrier maintains its properties even after 20 washings with 10 minute cycles.
→ Presented by: Kyung Cheol Choi Ph.D. | Professor, School of Engineering | KAIST
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