Dr Alexander Doust, Senior Scientist-Lighting & Photovoltaics
Cambridge Display Technology Ltd
IDTechEx Show! USA Presentation - Cambridge Display Technology Ltd*
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CDT is developing printed low-cost flexible OLEDs that can offer low power, bespoke colours and long lifetime in everyday applications. The resulting OLEDs are thin and lightweight, with distributed icons over large areas achieving performances suitable for a wide range of consumer products, with demonstrated compatibility with touch sensor and NFC technologies.
Speaker Biography (Alexander Doust)
Alexander Doust has been at CDT since 2008, working on a variety of printed electronics technologies including OLED displays & lighting, OPV and OPDs, focussing on technology development, market analysis and relationships with partner companies.
He is leading the FlexOLED development, passionate about delivering engineering solutions for production scale-up, and widening the appeal of FlexOLED into consumer products through innovative new prototypes, designed to simulate customer engagement in our technology offering.
Company Profile (Cambridge Display Technology Ltd)
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CDT is a subsidiary of Sumitomo Chemical and our 100-strong interdisciplinary team has world-class expertise in physics, chemistry, engineering, microelectronics, materials and life sciences. CDT scientists work on a range of topics from fundamental understanding to optimising materials and devices for market applications.
Current research themes include Organic Electronics, Energy Harvesting & Storage, Opto-Electronic Detection, Biosensors and OLED Displays and Lighting.
CDT and its network of partner companies and university groups provide complementary expertise and knowledge to accelerate the translation of research into products. We are always looking to work with new organisations to follow through on innovation with the capability to commercialise.