National Chiao Tung University

National Chiao Tung University

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In accordance with the policy and encouragement of The Ministry of Economic Affairs for Imaging Display, the Display Institute (DI) of the National Chiao Tung University (NCTU) is founded in August 2004. This is the first institute of its kind in Taiwan and around the world targeting the development of innovative display technology. The establishment of the Institute is due to the national attempt at promoting research and education in the field of display technology in Taiwan. The main goal is to conduct cutting edge research and first-class teaching in display. In addition to conducting research and teaching programs, the Institute's other functions include technology transfer and community outreach. With this vision in mind, DI will play a leading and pioneering role in advanced display research in this country.
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2020
18 Feb 2020

Flexen

Flexen had a booth on the Taiwanese pavilion in CES 2020's Eureka Park. They demonstrated their C-Ring product, a wearable wrist band / skin patch product including optical sensors.
2017
8 Mar 2017

OLED Lighting Opportunities 2017-2027: Forecasts, Technologies, Players

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2015
24 Aug 2015

Easily fabricated, flexible and wearable white-light LED

Researchers have created highly flexible, efficient white LEDs with potential use in wearable displays.
27 Jul 2015

3D-printed smart cap uses electronics to sense spoiled food

It might not be long before consumers can just hit "print" to create an electronic circuit or wireless sensor in the comfort of their homes.
2011
28 Jul 2011

Nanorobots powered by near-infrared light

A nanodevice that sits underneath the skin and converts near-infrared (NIR) light energy into electrical power is a promising wireless electrical power source for biological nanorobots for use within the human body, say scientists in Taiwan.
2010
23 Aug 2010

Printed oxide diodes and memory

Researchers at Taiwan's National Chiao Tung University have made a discovery that opens this door, allowing them to build electronic components like diodes on many different substrates.
2008
8 Oct 2008

High-performance Polymer Solar Cells

National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
30 Sep 2008

Large niche markets for printed electronics

Printed Electronics Asia 2008 is open to 100 attendees from European and American companies only, with an unlimited number of Asian companies attending, which ensures you gain maximum networking benefits from your attendance at this select event.
12 Sep 2008

Printed Photovoltaics in Japan

The approach to the new photovoltaics is different in Japan. Unlike Western car companies, Honda is making photovoltaics partly because it could help to create the car of the future. The Western car companies take a shorter term view and even struggle to catch up with Japanese hybrid vehicle technology and the batteries required.