Development of RGBW inks for displays and lighting (Printed Electronics Europe 2007)

Dr Natasha Conway, R&D Manager
Beko R&D


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Presentation Summary

  • Degradation studies that have led to the design of new and improved materials
  • Recent lifetime and efficiency results for R,G,B, and W polymers
  • Challenges of formulating inks that can be used in a production environment
  • Importance of device design

Speaker Biography (Natasha Conway)

Dr Natasha Conway is the R&D Manager at Beko's R&D Centre in Cambridge, part of parent company, Arcelik's global R&D structure. Beko R&D's aim is collaborate with companies and universities, to identify and develop pioneering technologies for next generation of products. Natasha received a BEng degree in Engineering and Physics at Glasgow University before completing her PhD at Cambridge University. She has a strong track record in research and development with over 20 years' experience.

Company Profile (Beko R&D)

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In 2015, Beko plc opened a UK R&D centre in Cambridge, to collaborate with UK companies and universities on innovative products and features for the smart home. Beko plc's parent company, Arçelik, manufactures the appliances sold by Beko plc. Headquartered in Turkey, Arçelik, has more than 60 years' experience in consumer durables and is one of the largest household appliance producers in Europe.
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