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Challenges on the Way from Lab to Large Area Volume Manufacturing of OTFT Backplanes and a First Application in Flexible Displays

Dr Peter Fischer, Director of Engineering
Plastic Logic GmbH
This presentation was given at Printed Electronics and Photovoltaics USA 2011 on Nov 30, 2011.


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Speaker Biography (Peter Fischer)

Dr. Peter Fischer is Vice President, Process Engineering of Plastic Logic and is responsible at the company's pilot factory in Dresden, Germany for process integration, process engineering, test engineering, technology transfer, material and equipment evaluations and technical co-operations. He has over 15 years experience in R&D and the manufacturing of semiconductors. Prior to joining Plastic Logic, Peter was Director of Backend Products and Director of Packaging Development Projects at Qimonda and previously Senior Manager for Process Integration at Infineon Technologies. He holds a PhD in Physics and studied both in Germany and Japan.

Company Profile (Plastic Logic)

Plastic Logic is the recognised leader in organic thin-film transistors (OTFT) and is at the forefront of research and investment in plastic electronics. The company has industrialised the process technology and now manufactures a range of high-quality, shatterproof, ultra-thin and ultra-lightweight plastic displays. These offer huge advantages over conventional screens, as they are extremely flexible with proven lifetimes. Solutions for sensor and other non-display applications are in development, enabling revolutionary design possibilities, set to transform existing markets such as wearable and mobile devices, signage, and automotive, as well as many others.



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