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Thursday December 04, 2008
Printing: Conformal/Flexible Displays (14:50 - 17:15)14:25 - 14:50 "Solution Printing of AMOLED Displays"
- Performance of our solution processed small-molecule materials
- Cost reduction of printing versus incumbent technology
- Trade-offs and benefits of using common layers in OLED architectures
14:50 - 15:15 "Print Processing of P-OLED materials for accelerated commercialization of flexible displays"
- Early market development opportunity for low cost printed flexible OLED displays
- Research & Development efforts and advancements in performance for air-printed, flexible P-OLEDs
- Manufacturing technology and technology transfer developments
- Applications and market opportunities
16:00 - 16:25 "Ultra Low Power Electrochromic Displays"
- US based AJJER LLC is developing ultra low power electrochromic (EC) displays and indicators which will be able to operate in conjunction with passive RFID chips within their range of less than 5mW and typical voltage outputted lower than 2.4V.
- The displays can be fully printed, and consist of three layers including the conductive layers. ECs are non emissive, allowing them to be read easily in bright light and providing wide viewing angles.
- The company is focusing on developing monochrome EC displays initially, with versions which are bi stable (power is only needed to change the display) being stable for months; to a single switch version which once changed will not change back again, useful for threshold and warning indicators.
16:25 - 16:50 "OTFTs for printable OLED display backplanes"
- The performance requirements of a printable active matrix OLED display backplane;
- The development of OTFT devices with the high mobility and low contact resistance needed to drive OLEDs;
- A new universal OTFT compact SPICE model, enabling the design of an all-printed backplane.