“Over the last five years, Quantum Dot technology has made incredible progress, from an unproven but promising lab scale material to one that is incorporated in millions of high-performance displays,” said Hartlove. “With the technology platform we now have in place, we are poised to see the development of Quantum Dot technology in a wide new array of applications, from enhanced LED lighting and sensors to solar energy and medical applications.”
Hartlove drove the creation of a market for quantum dots in displays when he joined Nanosys in 2008. Today, more than 10 million display products utilizing Nanosys materials and technology have shipped as the market continues to grow.
Hartlove will also join executives from GE, Osram and Univeral Display in a panel session entitled “Future Use Cases and Next Generation Phosphors and Quantum Dots.” The panel, moderated by Jonny Steckel Ph.D., lead technologist of Apple, will discuss the future of Phosphors and Quantum Dots.