2015 Program 


Special Topics

MONDAY SEMINARS

The Display Week Monday Seminars are from 8:30 am - 6:30 pm on June 1, providing lectures on diverse topics related to information display.
 
  • Learn the current state of the art in the hottest display technologies
  • Fast paced, covering recent advances in 90 minutes
  • 15 different seminars to choose from in three tracks across multiple topics
  • Streaming video of the presentations will be available in July for all Monday Seminar attendees without additional charge

Track 1:
Displays and Touch 101
8:30-10 am
Room LL20D
M-1: Display Market Forecast – LCDs, OLEDs, e-Paper and Touch: From Main Stream to Emerging Displays
by Jennifer Colegrove
Touch Display Research
 
Global display-industry growth is slowing down, but there are hot trends in many areas. The market forecast for the overall display market from 2015 through 2020 will be presented. The new opportunities in the display market – flexible and curved LCDs, quantum-dot displays, high-resolution displays, OLED displays, e-Paper displays, and embedded touch screens – will be discussed.

Moderator: Tetsu Ogawa, Japan Display, Inc., Tokyo, Japan
Track 1:
Displays and Touch 101
10:30-12:00 pm
Room LL20D

M-4: Recent Capacitive Touch Technologies
by Koji Noguchi
Japan Display


This seminar will focus on recent capacitive touch-panel technology. Topics to be covered include the basic principles of capacitive touch panels, review of the latest On-Cell and In-Cell technology, the latest trends of touch functions, etc.

Moderator: Vincent Tseng, Tianma Microelectronics, Shenzhen, China
Track 1:
Displays and Touch 101
1:00-2:30 pm
Room LL20D

M-7: Display Metrology
by Ed Kelley
KELTEK LLC

 
Metrology is the science of measurement. The measurement pitfalls, mistakes people often make, limitations of equipment, and how to work around those limitations will be focused on. The reflection and transmission terminology and measurement methods will be reviewed. A knowledge of photometry and colorimetry is required.

Moderator: Lisa Zhao, Apple, Inc., Cupertino, CA, USA
Track 1:
Displays and Touch 101
3:00-4:30 pm
Room LL20D

M-10: Major Issues of AMOLED Displays: Challenges of Flexible OLED Displays and OLED TV
by Jun Souk
Hanyang University


This seminar will comprehensively describe the most important aspects of AMOLED display technology. Topics include fundamentals of operational principle; structure; driving method; EL materials; and manufacturing process issues of small-sized panels, OLED-TV panels, and flexible OLED displays.

Moderator: Yanli Zhang, Intel Corp., Santa Clara, CA, USA
Track 1:
Displays and Touch 101
5:00-6:30 pm
Room LL20D

M-13: Electro-Optical Properties of IPS-LCDs
by Shinichi Komura
Japan Display


In-plane-switching LCDs (IPS-LCDs) have been used for many applications ranging from small mobile devices to large TVs owing to their superior image quality. IPS-LCDs realize high contrast ratio and stable gray scale for a wide-viewing-angle range. The fundamental electro-optical properties of IPS-LCDs will be discussed.

Moderator: S. J. Kim, LG Display Co., Gyeonggi-do, South Korea
Track 2:
Display Technologies
8:30-10 am
Room LL20BC
M-2: High-Dynamic-Range Imaging and Displays
by Scott Daly
Dolby Laboratories
Timo Kunkel
Dolby Labs

This seminar will examine an entire high-dynamic-range (HDR) ecosystem, including image capture, video processing (including both human-assisted steps such as color grading and automated steps such as transform compression), display mapping, and display technology. New concepts arising from the capability of HDR such as the utility of absolute light levels as opposed to relative light levels, specific allocation of a substantial range for highlights, interscene luminance-level variations, dimidiate histograms, etc., will be discussed. The main emphasis will focus on display and perception.

Moderator: Ian Underwood, University of Edinburgh, Endinburgh, Scotland
Track 2:
Display Technologies
10:30-12:00 pm
Room LL20BC
M-5: GaN-Based LEDs for Energy-Efficient Displays
by Steve DenBaars
University of California at Santa Barbara

Gallium-nitride (GaN) based semiconductor materials have been used to fabricate LEDs that have lead to the realization of high-efficiency LED backlights for TV and mobile displays. By using advanced light-extraction structures, advanced GaN blue-LED structures that exhibit external quantum efficiencies higher than 70% and 60% energy efficiencies have been fabricated. The fundamental physics of GaN emitters and the promise of all nitride-LED-based red-green-blue LEDs for flexible and transparent displays will be discussed.

Moderator: Jacques Drolet, Apple, Inc., Cupertino, CA, USA
Track 2:
Display Technologies
1:00-2:30 pm
Room LL20BC
M-8: Quantum Dots and Other Nano-Technologies
Vladimir Bulović
MIT School of Engineering

High luminescence efficiency and tunable saturated color of colloidal quantum dots (QDs) led to their commercialization in energy-efficient lighting and high-color-quality displays. Furthermore, electrically excited QD thin-film LEDs recently reached EQEs of >18% (IQEs of 90%), with a brightness of 50,000 cd/m2 at only a few volts. These and other complementary nanoscale devices will be described.

Moderstor: Philip Chen, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan, ROC
Track 2:
Display Technologies
3:00-4:30 pm
Room LL20BC
M-11: Microscale LEDs for Multifunctional Display Systems
John A. Rogers
University of Illinois at Urban-Champaign

This seminar summarizes progress over the last ten years on the development of microscale high-performance LEDs and means for their rapid, deterministic assembly over large areas on substrates ranging from glass plates to plastic sheets. Applications in advanced, multifunctional displays will be highlighted.

Moderator: Phil Bos, Liquid Crystal Institute, Kent State University, Kent, OH, USA
Track 2:
Display Technologies
5:00-6:30 pm
Room LL20BC
M-14: OLEDs: Recent Advances and Applications
Franky So
University of Florida

The fundamental chemistry and physics related to the operation of  organic light-emitting diodes (LEDs) will be presented. In addition to displays, non-display applications such as lighting and sensing will also be discussed.

Moderator: Flora Li, Apple, Inc., Cupertino, CA, USA
Track 3:
Display Technologies and Applications
8:30-10 am
Room LL21EF
M-3: Wearable and Augmented-Reality Displays
Hong Hua
The University of Arizona

This seminar will provide a review on the historical developments of augmented-reality (AR) displays and the various optical technologies used for the development of lightweight AR displays, key fundamentals in designing wearable displays, and recent technological advancements. The potential impact of such technologies will be discussed.

Moderator: Fenghua Li,Wavexing, Inc., Santa Clara, CA, USA
Track 3:
Display Technologies and Applications
10:30-12:00 pm
Room LL21EF
M-6: Color Optimization for Displays with Color Management
Gabriel Marcu
Apple, Inc

This seminar describes the most important aspects of color rendering on displays such as electro-optical transfer function, luminance, dynamic range (including HDR), contrast (static/ dynamic), gray tracking, channel crosstalk, white point, color gamut and primaries, and response time. The seminar shows how to effectively apply these factors in display color management for maximizing the displayed color quality.

Moderator: Karlheinz Blankenbach, Pforzheim University, Pforzheim, Germany
Track 3:
Display Technologies and Applications
1:00-2:30 pm
Room LL21EF

M-9: CAAC Oxide Semiconductors and Their Application: Flexible AMOLEDs
Yoshitaka Yamamoto
Semicondictor Energy Laboratory

 
A c-axis-aligned crystalline oxide semiconductor (CAAC-OS) has a crystal structure without grain boundaries. Its application expands from several tens of nanometer LSIs to large-sized displays. Flexible AMOLED technology is one of the most attractive technologies for next-generation display applications. This seminar will discuss CAAC-OS material and flexible OLED technology, combined with CAAC-OS FETs, transfer, and white OLEDs using a color filter.

Moderator: Jun Qi, Apple, Inc., Cupertino, CA, USA
Track 3:
Display Technologies and Applications
3:00-4:30 pm
Room LL21EF

M-12: Stereo 3D, Light Fields, and Perception
Kurt Akeley
Lytro, Inc


Are stereo cinema and television necessarily passing fads? To better understand the long-term prospects of perceptually correct 3D display, current practice and possible futures in the context of light-field photography and human perception will be considered.

Moderator: Yi-Pai Huang, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan, ROC
Track 3:
Display Technologies and Applications
5:00-6:30 pm
Room LL21EF

M-15: Introduction to Oxide TFTs
John Wager
Oregon State University


The objective of this seminar is to introduce display engineers and research scientists to the field of oxide thin-film transistors (TFTs). Topics addressed include: (i) Why oxides? (ii) Which oxides? (iii) Oxide-TFT advantages? (iv) Oxide-TFT disadvantages? (v) Oxide-TFT device physics? (vi) Oxide-TFT stability? (vii) How about CMOS?

Moderator: Masayuki Inoue, Sharp Microelectronics Corp.of the Americas,Camas, WA, USA

星期一研讨会
展示周星期一研讨会将在六月一日, 8:30am-6:30pm举行。话题涉及信息显示行业不同的领域。每个研讨会时长90分钟,其目标观众是新进入信息显示行业的工程师和需要在这个领域与时俱进的职业人。

Track 1: 显示和触摸101
M-1: 显示市场前景展望-液晶显示,有机电激光显示, 电子纸和触摸:从主流到新兴的显示
M-4: 触摸技术
M-7:显示计量学
M-10: 有源矩阵有机发光二极体显示的主要问题:柔性有机电激光显示和有机电激光显示电视的挑战
M-13:平面转换液晶显示的电光性

Track 2:显示技术
M-2: 高动态范围图像和显示
M-5: 发光二极管
M-8: 量子点和其他纳米技术
M-11: 用于多功能显示系统的微尺度发光二极管
M-14: 有机电激光显示:近期的进步和应用

Track 3:显示技术和应用
M-3: 可戴和增强现实显示
M-6: 具有显示调控功能显示器的颜色最佳化
M-9: CAAC氧化半导体及其应用:柔性有源矩阵有机发光二极体
M-12: 立体三维,光场和感知
M-15: 氧化薄膜晶体管的基本原理
 

 

Display Week 2015 

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Special Topics
Oxide and LTPS TFTs
Wearable Displays
Disruptive Display Materials
Curved and High-Resolution Displays
SID/IES Lighting Track

Vehicle Displays & Trends
Imaging Technologies & Applications



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2015 Housing:  PDF Form, or website
JSID Authors' Workshop June 2

 


Display Week 2015 Exhibition Hours
Tuesday, June 2 10:30 am - 6:00 pm
Wednesday, June 3 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday, June 4 9:00 am - 2:00 pm

Contacts for exhibits and sponsorships:
  Jim Buckley
Exhibition and Sponsorship Sales, Europe and Americas
jbuckley@pcm411.com
Phone +1 (203) 502-8283
  Sue Chung
Exhibition and Sponsorship Sales, Asia
schung@ghtconnections.com
Phone +1 (408) 489-9596
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