The company will report technology and materials innovations, as well as exhibit a variety of prototypes and concept devices to demonstrate the benefits of its quantum dot technologies and high-performance materials during SID Display Week 2018.
Nanosys executives will also participate in several technical talks and sessions throughout the week. Featured presentations include:
• Dr. Charlie Hotz, Nanosys’ VP of R&D, will speak at a seminar focused on quantum dot display technologies on May 21. The session, moderated by Dr. Jonathan Steckel of Apple, Inc., will review existing and emerging uses of quantum dots in displays, with an emphasis on technical challenges and future application potential.
• Russell Kempt, Nanosys VP of worldwide sales and marketing, will present as part of the 2018 SID/DSCC Business Conference on May 21 during the Technologies Enabling Next Generation Displays Session. Kempt’s talk, titled “Quantum Dots: The Technology Platform for All Future Displays,” looks at quantum dots evolving use in LCD displays, as well as how they enhance and are being used in OLEDs and micro-LED displays, and how the technology is being developed as an emitter material for future printable electroluminescent displays.
• Noland Granberry, CFO, will participate in the 2018 SID/DSCC Display Investors Conference on May 22 during the “MicroLED Enablers” session.
• Ernie Lee, Nanosys’ senior engineer, will present an invited paper titled “Quantum Dot Conversion Layers Through Inkjet Printing,” on May 23. The paper, co-authored with DIC, Inc., discusses recent breakthroughs in printed Quantum Dots for next generation display applications, including QDCF-LCD, QD-OLED and QDmicroLED.
• Dr. Ruiqing Ma, Nanosys’ director of device development, will chair a session titled “QD Electroluminescence II” on May 25. This session will cover the latest progress in quantum dot-based electroluminescence devices (QD-LED) in materials, solution processed TFT backplanes and AMQLED displays.