Flexible Display Center at Arizona State University

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2013
29 Jun 2013

Flexible Display Center at Arizona State University

The Flexible Display Center (FDC) has been involved in flexible displays for nearly 10 years. They have a unique expertise in North America and have enjoyed continuous funding from the US Army. They are now putting more focus on non-display applications such as X-ray detection and biochemical sensing.
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15 Feb 2013

Sharp Technology Ventures (STV)

They offer similar services, but with a stronger emphasis on flexible substrates. Sharp has more expertise in low temperature poly-Si.
2012
8 Jun 2012

Flexible Display Center produces largest flexible color OLED display

Measuring 7.4 diagonal inches, the device was developed at the FDC in conjunction with Army Research Labs scientists.
2010
2 Dec 2010

Cambridge NanoTech awarded grant from FlexTech Alliance

Cambridge NanoTech awarded grant from FlexTech Alliance to develop high-speed ALD system. Technology will enable high volume manufacturing of flexible electronics, displays and other emerging consumer devices.
5 Feb 2010

The FDC and PETEC become associate members to collaborate on OTFTs

The Flexible Display Center (FDC) at Arizona State University today announced that the Printable Electronics Technology Center (PETEC) has become an Associate Member to collaborate on high-performing organic thin film transistors (OTFTs) for flexible display applications. PETEC joins the FDC with a goal of better understanding the process requirements for OTFT backplane fabrication for both reflective and emissive displays.
2009
30 Nov 2009

Universal Display and the Flexible Display Center at ASU

Universal Display and the Flexible Display Center at ASU enhance strategic relationship to supply flexible active-matrix pholed display prototypes to U.S. Army. Universal Display also awarded $650,000 U.S. Army SBIR Phase II Enhancement Program to support demonstration of enhanced-performance AMOLEDs on plastic substrates.
4 Jun 2009

Advanced flexible OLEDs closer to mass market

The Flexible Display Center (FDC) at Arizona State University and Universal Display Corporation (NASDAQ: PANL), has introduced the first a-Si:H active matrix flexible organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display to be manufactured directly on DuPont Teijin's polyethylene naphthalate (PEN) substrate.
2008
1 Dec 2008

Applied Materials joins Flexible Display Centre

The Flexible Display Centre (FDC) at Arizona State University has announced that Applied Materials, Inc., through its Display Business Group-AKT, has become an Associate Member, joining the ranks of other world-class providers of technology, materials and process equipment who are collaborating with the FDC to develop advanced flexible electronic displays.
2007
18 Apr 2007

Printed Electronics Awards Winners

Over 330 delegates from 30 countries attended the IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe event in Cambridge, UK this week. The event hosted the inaugural IDTechEx Printed Electronics Awards in recognition of outstanding achievement. Here are the winners.
2004
5 Oct 2004

Highlights from the Printed Electronics Conference

London, September 2004