The 2nd OLED KOREA Conference

seminar

This event is the biggest conference where OLED experts from all over the world gather in one place for the sole intention of discussing OLED. These OLED experts will give talks on latest technology and market forecast. Many different OLED related companies will be able to use this conference as a place of highest quality networking.

The conference’s main topics will include OLED Display & Lighting Market, OLED Display & Lighting Technology, Flexible Device Technology, Printed Device Technology, and QLED Technology, and this will be a place of OLED focused information exchange.

Speakers


Mike Lu
Director OLED Technology
Acuity Brands Lighting Inc

New OLED Luminaire Products, Materials and Device Design

New hybrid OLED/LED luminaire products from Acuity Brands will be discussed. Relevant developments in new OLED materials and device structure taking place in the wider OLED industry will be reviewed. Finally, new trends in lighting application related to light and health will be discussed.



Juergen Kreis
Director Business Development
AIXTRON

PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGIES FOR ADVANCED OLED MANUFACTURING

AIXTRON’s proprietary OVPD, PVPD, and OPTACAP processes and their specific advantages for cost-efficient OLED manufacturing



Juergen Kreis
Senior Investment Associate
Applied Materials



Ruimao Hua
Chief Engineer
China Slichem

Technologies for OLED Materials in China Slichem

Found in 1987, having the longest history of flat panel display material company in China, China Slichem has developed the technologies not only for manufacture of liquid crystals applied in TFT-LCD, but also for producing organic materials for OLED display. The presentation focuses on the introduction of the achievement in synthesizing the molecules with deep-blue electroluminescence, phosphorescent materials, as well as the technologies for recovering of OLED materials



Mathias Mydlak
Product Management
CYNORA

BLUE TADF EMMITERS FOR EFFICIENT DISPLAYS



David Flattery
Business Development Manager DuPont

Progress and Status of Solution OLED Materials

OLED devices fabricated from solution can approach performance levels achieved with evaporation when the materials, formulations, and process are optimized. In this talk the development of new materials and interactions of these additional factors with device performance will be discussed. Printed devices have now been demonstrated to deliver performance that can meet or even exceed commercial devices produced by evaporation. In some cases the application of the core technologies developed to improve lifetime of printed devices is now being transferred to evaporable versions of these materials



Jeong-lk Lee
OLED Research Center
Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institue

Technology Status of OLED Lighting.

Although OLEDs have achieved great advancement in lighting applications, OLEDs still need performance improvements and cost reductions in panel fabrication. In this presentation, current technology status to improve performance of OLED panels and reduce fabrication cost will be reviewed.



Tomasz Wanski
Fraunhofer

R2R OLED manufacturing on flexible glass and barrier foils

The presentation will review recent activities regarding S2S and R2R OLED fabrication on ultra-thin flexible glass and polymer barrier films in Fraunhofer FEP. Recent progress regarding the lifetime of OLEDs fabricated in R2R process on high quality substrates will be discussed.



Armin Sautter
Manager
Heraeus

New conductive polymers for solution processed OLEDs and foldable touch sensors

A new solvent-based PEDOT will be introduced as printable HIL material. Progress of HIL-electrode materials to planarize metal-mesh electrodes for lighting will be reported, and an example of a foldable touch sensor with PEDOT integrated with a flexible AMOLED display will be given.



Conor Madigan
President
Kateeva

Inkjet Technology for OLED Mass Production – From TFE to RGB: The Benefits of Scale

Inkjet Printing (IJP) is a mature mass-production equipment solution for flexible OLEDs. Kateeva leads the market with its YIELDjet™ FLEX system that enables thin film encapsulation.
Now, IJP is being applied to enable large-size RGB OLED displays. Kateeva’s Co-founder will reveal how the team is augmenting its existing IJP solutions with unique technologies to accelerate its RGB OLED product development.



Chung-Seock Kang
Vice President
Kolon Central Research Park

High Performance Plastic Substrates for Flexible Displays

The interest in flexible displays has been growing since they have many advantages like portability, conformability, and so on. And also their market volume is predicted to drastically increase in the future. The development of high performance plastic substrates is one of the key factors necessary to realize flexible displays. In this talk, current academic and industrial R&D on substrates for flexible displays, will be discussed.



Takuya Komoda
Komoda

Key Technologies and Future Prospects of High Efficient White OLED for Lighting Application
1.Expectation to the Next Gengeration Lighting

2.Necessary Technologies of OLED for Lighting Application

3.Realization of High Efficacy and high Quality White OLED over 200 Im/W



Jin Jang
Professor
Kyung Hee University

Advanced Oxide TFT Backplane Technologies for Highly Flexible AMOLED

Advanced oxide backplane technologies will be reviewed based on the recent results on a-IGZO TFTs carried out at ADRC. We developed a high effective mobility of >50cm2/Vs using bulk accumulation (BA) mode of TFT. BA TFT can be also suitable for highly flexible AMOLED and ultra-high resolution gate drivers. The technologies will be explained after reviewing the recent results on oxide TFTs.


Won-Gyun Youn
Team Leader
LG Display

“OLED” The Next Display
1.Display Trend

2.OLED Technology

3.Future of OLED



Remi Anemian
Head of Global Technical Marketing OLED
Merck

From evaporation to printing – state of the art OLED materials



Akira Ohno
MITSUBISHI CHEMICAL

High performance polymer semiconductors



Craig Borkowski
Corporate Vice President
Momentive

The Advantages of Silicone Chemistry in Next Generation Displays.

This presentation will review the advantages and disadvantages of using silicone chemistry in next generation displays, as compared to other chemistries. Reliability data will be shared on a variety of materials being used in



Jwo-huei Jou
Professor
National Tsing Hua University

OLED based healthy lights for lighting and displays

Good light sources that are friendly to human eyes, health, artifacts, environment, ecosystems, and night sky can be generated using OLED technology. We will present OLED based candlelight for lighting and pure white emission for displays to minimize the blue hazards.



Miguel Friedrich
Vice President
nTact

Advances in Slot Die Coating Technology for OLED Applications

nTact, the pioneer and leader in slot die coating technology, has developed advancements in its coating technology demonstrating great potential towards enabling solution-based OLED processing.

These include:
•Coating of various layers including planarization, light extraction, transparent conductive, emissive (SSL), and encapsulation
•Techniques for patterned coating
•Systems for inert gas processing
•Technology path from Sheet-to-Sheet to Roll-to-Roll for OLED Lighting applications



Joo Sung Lee
Head of OS & SP
OSRAM

OLED for Automotive application.

Osram OLED introduction
Automotive lighting trends
OLED feature for new application in automotive
Requirement for automotive application



John Ritter
Executive Vice President, Product Development
QD VISION, INC

Quantum Dot Displays: Commercialization Status and Future Roadmap.

Presentation will review the current status of quantum dot-enhanced LCD displays, including alternative material solutions and product form factors. Benchmarking of alternative wide-color gamut display technologies will be reviewed, along with the future technology roadmap.



Mauro Riva
Business Developer
SAES Group Corporate HQ.

Enabling flexible electronics using Advanced Functional Composite based encapsulation.

Encapsulation requirements for OLEDs can be very demanding.
Nevertheless, good encapsulation is enabling for flexible OLEDs to access mass market. We believe SAES “Functional Polymer Composites” may play a prime role to make encapsulation more and more effective…



Hyeyong Chu
Senior Vice President
Samsung Display

Display beyond Imagination

1) Mega trend & Market

2) Advantage of AMOLED

3) Advanced Products

4) Tech. Issues

5) Keys of Success



Changhee Lee
Professor
Seoul National University

Current status and issues of quantum dot light-emittind diode (QLED) technology

1. Introduction: Display Tech Trends, Quantum Dots (QDs)
2. OLED vs QLED
3. Current Status of QLED Technology
4. Some Critical Issues for Success



Junyeob Lee
Professor
Sungkyunkwan University

Key issues and prospect of OLED materials

Recent progress of OLED materials and future direction of OLED material development to improve the efficiency and lifetime will be presented.



Choong Hoon Yi
President
UBI RESEARCH

Dynamic change in OLED industry



Mansu(Matt) Kim
Key Technical Account Manager
Universal Display Corporation

Status and Opportunities for Phosphorescent OLED Lighting

UDC is a pioneer in the development of phosphorescent OLED technology and materials for both display and lighting applications. In this presentation we outline the status and opportunities for PHOLED technology and link exciting new products to technological advances.



Xiuqi Huang
General Manager
Visionox

Development of AMOLED Display: From Rigid to Flexible

Recently, rigid AMOLED display industry has stepped into mass production stage. However, flexible AMOLED display has attracted more attention due to its great potential to generate novel product market. In this presentation, the latest progress of R&D and mass production of OLED display in Visionox will be introduced.



York Tsai
WiseChip Semiconductor Inc.

Status and Opportunities of PMOLED Display

•Introduction of WiseChip
•Advantage of PMOLED
•PMOLED Market & Applications
•Opportunities of PMOLED


Agenda

* Depending on the speaker’s circumstances, the schedule/topics are subject to chang.
* Official Language is English


Day 1 (Feb 24)


Day 1 (Feb 24) Time Title Speaker
Global OLED Outlook 2016
09:20~09:50 Dynamic change in OLED industry
UBI Research
Choong Hoon Yi
09:00~10:20 Display beyond Imagination
Samsung Display
Hyeyong Chu
10:20~10:50 Coffee Break
10:50~11:20 “OLED” The Next Display
LG Display
Wongyun, Youn
11:20~11:50 Development of AMOLED Display: From Rigid to Flexible
Visionox
Xiuqi Huang
11:50~14:00 Lunch
Time Title Speaker Title Speaker
The Next Backplane Technology Ready for Mass Production?
14:00~14:40 Advanced Oxide TFT Backplane Technologies for Highly Flexible AMOLED
Kyung Hee University
Jin Jang Applied Materials Joseph Sangmin Jeong
14:40~15:20 BASF TBA Inkjet Technology for OLED Mass Production – From TFE to RGB: The Benefits of Scale
Kateeva
Conor Madigan
15:20~16:00 High performance polymer semiconductors
MITSUBISHI CHEMICAL
Akira Ohno Advances in Slot Die Coating Technology for OLED Applications
nTact
Miguel Friedrich
16:00~16:30 Coffee Break
Flex the now for the opportunities Can it solve the issue for OLED?
16:30~17:10 Status and Opportunities of PMOLED Display
WiseChip Semiconductor
York Tsai New conductive polymers for solution processed OLEDs and foldable touch sensors
Heraeus
Armin Sautter
17:10~17:50 R2R OLED manufacturing on flexible glass
Fraunhofer
Tomasz Wanski Production Technologies For Advanced OLED Manufacturing
AIXTRON
Juergen Kreis
18:00~20:00 OLED Reception


Day 2 (Feb 25)


Day 2 (Feb 25) Time Title Speaker Title Speaker
QLED, Solution Process
– Other Candidates
To Broaden the insights for OLED
09:20~10:00 Current status and issues of quantum dot light-emittind diode (QLED) technology
Seoul National University
Changhee Lee High Performance Plastic Substrates for Flexible Displays
Kolon Central Research Park
Chung-Seock Kang
10:00~10:40 Quantum Dot Displays: Commercialization Status and Future Roadmap
QD VISION
John Ritter Enabling flexible electronics using Advanced Functional Composite based encapsulation
SAES
Mauro Riva
10:40~11:10 Coffee Break
11:10~11:50 Progress and Status of Solution OLED Materials
DuPont
David Flattery The Advantages of Silicone Chemistry in Next Generation Displays
Momentive
Craig Borkowski
11:50~14:00 Lunch
What we expect from OLED Lighting Is Performance still The Issue?
14:00~14:40 OLED for Automotive application
OSRAM
JooSung Lee Key issues and prospect of OLED materials
Sungkyunkwan University
Junyeob Lee
14:40~15:20 Key Technologies and Future Prospects of High Efficient White OLED for Lighting Application
Komoda
Takuya Komoda Status and Opportunities for Phosphorescent OLED Lighting
Universal Display Corporation
Mansu Kim
15:20~16:00 New OLED Luminaire Products, Materials and Device Design
Acuity Brands Lighting Inc
Mike Lu BLUE TADF EMMITERS FOR EFFICIENT DISPLAYS
CYNORA
Mathias Mydlak
16:00~16:30 Coffee Break
16:30~17:10 Technology Status of OLED Lighting
Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute
Jeong-lk Lee Technologies for OLED Materials in China Slichem
China Slichem
Ruimao Hua
17:10~17:50 OLED based healthy lights for lighting and displays
National Tsing Hua University
Jwo-huei Jo From evaporation to printing – state of the art OLED materials
Merck
Remi Anemian

Conference Outline
○Event: The 2nd OLED KOREA Conference
○Date: 24th ~ 25th of February, 2016
○Venue:  The K Seoul Hotel, Gayageum Hall
○Sponsor: sp


Key Points

⁻The Government, The Corporation, and The Academia

⁻Path for Smartwatch

⁻Why Solution Process OLED and its Limitation

⁻Future Life Style with OLED in Cars

⁻Expectations for OLED Lighting


Location

⁻Address: Venue The K Seoul Hotel, Gayageum Hall

⁻Subway: No. 9 Exit at Yangjae Station of Line 3(Take the shuttle bus is front of Seocho-gu Community Center)

No. 5 Exit at Yangjae Citizen’s Forest Station of Sinbundang Line (Take the shuttle bus & 5 minutes on foot)

* Line 2 Gangnam, Yangjae Station Sinbundang Line 3 Transit

⁻Map Click

As there are no parking space available, please use public transportation when possible.

Registration / Inquires
Type Registration Period Registration Fee
Pre-Registration

Jan 01 (Fri) – Feb 23 (Tue)

USD 680

On-Site Registration

Feb 24 (Wed) Date of Conference

USD 750

  • VAT included in the registration fee.
  • Lunch, snacks and reference materials will be provided.
  • PDF files with speakers’ permission  will be emailed to the attendees after the event.
  • Registration fee cannot be refunded.

Regular Registration: Online Registration

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