Solid State Optoelectronics for Ultrahigh Resolution Displays Using Nanometer Phase Change Materials (Printed Electronics Europe 2015)

Prof Harish Bhaskaran, Associate Professor of Materials
University of Oxford
United Kingdom
 
Apr 29, 2015.

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Presentation Summary

  • Solid state phase change materials can be used to switch color in thin film layers.
  • Materials are switched electrically with resulting color changes.
  • Very high resolution with pixels in 10s of nanometer possible
  • Demonstrations in the lab on polymer substrates with sub-100 nm pixels have been achieved

Speaker Biography (Harish Bhaskaran)

Harish is presently Associate Professor of Materials at Oxford. He has previously held positions at Exeter (UK), Yale (USA) and IBM (Switzerland). He obtained the PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Maryland, College Park

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Oxford University's Materials Department is highly industry facing, and it is in this department that the Advanced Nanoscale Engineering Group is based. The group engages in research into Phase Change Materials based optoelectronics, NEMS and Advanced Nanomanufacturing.
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