Inkjet Printing: A Disruptive Manufacturing Equipment Solution For Flexible And Large-Size OLED Mass Production (Printed Electronics Europe 2017)

Dr Florian Pschenitzka, Director-Technology Strategy
Kateeva, Inc.
United States


Europe 2017 Presentation - Kateeva*
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Presentation Summary

Kateeva's YIELDjet™ platform is the world's first inkjet printing manufacturing equipment solution developed from the ground up for flexible and large-size OLEDs. This presentation will discuss the design features and processing advantages of the YIELDjet system for TFE and RGB.

Speaker Biography (Florian Pschenitzka)

Dr. Pschenitzka joined Kateeva in 2016 as Director of Technology Strategy focusing on new applications for Kateeva's inkjet platform. In previous assignments, he worked as a scientist and as a Technical Marketing Manager at Cambrios Technologies on silver nanowires as transparent electrodes for OLED and OPV devices. Prior to that, his work at OSRAM Semiconductors addressed device performance and process yield improvements of polymer OLED displays. He holds a PhD from Princeton University and a Dipl-Ing degree from the Technical University Munich, both in Electrical Engineering.

Company Profile (Kateeva)

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Kateeva makes inkjet deposition production equipment solutions for manufacturers of OLED displays. The company's YIELDjet™ precision deposition technology platform uses innovative inkjet printing to deposit coatings in complex applications with high speed and accuracy. Today, Kateeva's YIELDjet FLEX system is the leading inkjet deposition platform operating for mass production of the organic thin film encapsulation (TFE) layer of mobile OLED displays. Kateeva is headquartered in Silicon Valley, maintains operations in Korea, Taiwan, Japan and China, and is backed by venture capital firms and other investors.
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