Emerging Materials and Devices Report

Quantum Dots 2016-2026: Applications, Markets, Manufacturers

Device and material forecasts in display, lighting, photovoltaic, sensors and life science

Quantum dots will enable a market for devices and components worth over $11bn by 2026
 
Table of Contents
1.INTRODUCTION
1.1.What are quantum dots?
1.2.Colloidal quantum dots
1.3.Different types of colloidal quantum dots
1.4.Typical structure of a quantum dot
1.5.Photoluminescence of quantum dots
1.6.Quantum rods
1.7.Carbon quantum dots (CQD)
1.8.Graphene Quantum Dots
2.QUANTUM DOT MANUFACTURERS
2.1.List of 32 quantum dot material manufacturers
2.2.Interest in the topic
2.3.Who are the main players now?
2.4.Share price of public companies
2.5.Why use heavy metals?
2.6.Dow Electronic Materials
2.7.StoreDot
2.8.UbiQD
3.PATENT ISSUES
3.1.Importance of early patents
3.2.Case Study: Evident
3.3.Nanoco v.s Nanosys
3.4.IP acquisition
4.ENVIRONMENTAL AND HEALTH ISSUES
4.1.Cadmium under RoHS
4.2.Timeline of exemption
4.3.How much cadmium is there in a display?
4.4.Intense lobbying
4.5.Is Indium Phosphide a safer alternative?
5.MARKET FORECASTS
5.1.Quantum dot device shipment (million units)
5.2.Quantum dot device revenues ($ million)
5.3.Quantum dot material shipment (kg)
5.4.Quantum dot material revenues ($ million)
5.5.TV shipment by technology type
6.APPLICATIONS IN LIFE SCIENCE
6.1.Quantum dots as fluorescent tags
6.2.Examples of images
6.3.Advantages over organic dyes
6.4.Comparison of absorption/emission
6.5.Major milestones in academic research
6.6.Various approaches to use quantum dots
6.7.Example: monitoring enzyme activity
6.8.Zymera in vivo imaging
7.APPLICATIONS IN LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAYS (LCD)
7.1.LED backlight units in LCD
7.2.Replacing phosphors with quantum dots
7.3.Three integration approaches
7.4.Comparison of each approach
7.5.A new approach on its way?
7.6.Protecting the dots
7.7.Color IQ from QD Vision
7.8.QDEF film from Nanosys
7.9.3M selling QDEF films to display manufacturers
7.10.LMS
7.11.Dai Nippon Printing (DNP)
7.12.Qlight (Merck)
7.13.Summary: Edge optic vs Film
7.14.Understanding color standards
7.15.How LED backlights reduced color performances
7.16.100% sRGB can be achieved without QD
7.17.The challenge of Rec 2020
7.18.Competition with new phosphors
7.19.Competition with OLED
7.20.First commercialization: Sony
7.21.Sony Triluminos models in 2013
7.22.Sony Triluminos in mobile displays
7.23.Medium-size displays with quantum dots
7.24.Samsung SUHD
7.25.LG ColorPrime
7.26.TCL television with Color IQ
7.27.More models with Color IQ in 2015
8.APPLICATIONS IN EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
8.1.QLED: quantum dot LED
8.2.Main advantages over OLED
8.3.Comparison: OLED materials v.s Quantum dots
8.4.QLED are improving fast
8.5.Nanophotonica
8.6.Samsung's first "full color" QLED display
8.7.Progress from QD Vision
8.8.ZnSe
8.9.White-blue emission from silicon QD
8.10.Short lifetime
8.11.Printed displays
8.12.Progress on printed OLED
8.13.Kateeva
9.APPLICATIONS IN LIGHTING
9.1.Achieving high CRI
9.2.The Nexxus R30 lightbulb
9.3.Lumeon
9.4.Pacific Light
9.5.Nanoco
9.6.Osram
9.7.Recent collaboration: Marl Partner
9.8.Towards an on-chip solution
9.9.The problem with narrow emission
10.PHOTOVOLTAIC
10.1.Many competing technologies in PV
10.2.Quantum dot PV is still in early stage
10.3.Comparison of efficiencies
10.4.Quantum dot PV: SWOT analysis
10.5.Latest review on quantum dot PV technologies
10.6.Slow progress in the industry
10.7.Solterra
10.8.Magnolia Solar Corporation
10.9.QD solar concentrator (UbiQD - Los Alamos)
10.10.Advantages of QD solar concentrators
11.SENSORS
11.1.InVisage's Quantum Film
11.2.Comparison with silicon
11.3.Partnership with TSMC for hybrid CMOS sensors
11.4.Optical and infrared sensors
11.5.NikkoIA
12.OTHER APPLICATIONS
12.1.Hydrogen production
12.2.Visible light photocatalysis
12.3.Sunscreen
12.4.Lasers
12.5.QDChip spectrometer

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