2016 Program

   Special Topics

The Display Week Monday Seminars are from 8:30 am - 6:30 pm on May 23rd, 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:
Display Technologies
8:30-10:00 am
Room 130
M-1: Display Market Forecast – LCDs, OLEDs, e-Paper, and Touch: From Mainstream to Emerging Displays
by Jennifer Colegrove
CEO and Principal Analyst
Touch Display Research, Santa Clara, CA, USA
Global display-industry growth is slowing down, but there are hot trends in many areas. A market forecast for the overall display market from 2015 through 2020 will be presented. 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: Satoshi Jinzenji, Japan Display Inc., Tokyo, Japan
Track 1:
Displays Technologies
10:20-11:50 am
Room 130
M-4: Recent High-Performance LCD Technologies
by Norio Sugiura
Director and Chief Researcher Advanced Technology Research Center
Hsinchu, Taiwan
LCDs are still leading the growth of the global display industry. This seminar will review high-performance LCD technologies utilized in the latest products and in future products. Topics will include high-resolution wide-viewing-angle TV and mobile devices; wide color gamut; low power consumption; and curved, wearable, and new applications of LCDs.

Moderator: Seung-Hee Lee, Chonbuk National University, Chonbuk-do, Korea
Track 1:
Display Technologies
12:50-2:20 pm
Room 130
M-7: Display Metrology
by Ed Kelley
Consulting Physicist
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 upon. The reflection and transmission terminology and measurement methods will be reviewed. A knowledge of photometry and colorimetry is required.

Moderator: Tom Fiske, Microsoft, Redmond, WA, USA
Track 1:
Display Technologies
2:40-4:10 pm
Room 130
M-10: Recent Capacitive Touch-Panel Technology
by Koji Noguchi
Group Manager, Mobile Product Division
Japan Display, Inc., Tokyo, Japan
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:
Display Technologies
4:30-6:00 pm
Room 130
M-13: The Present and Future of OLED Displays
by Ho Kyoon Chung
Chair Professor
Sungkyunwan University, Gyeonggi-do, Korea

OLED technology has made notable progress as THE display of Choice for large-sized TVs as well as for small- and medium-sized mobile devices. OLEDs are now being extended to new applications such as flexible, transparent, and mirror displays. This seminar will review the current status and address the key technical issues of OLED TVs and flexible OLEDs. New applications and new productivity innovation using R2R manufacturing technology for low-cost OLED lighting will also be presented.

Moderator: Michael Weaver, Universal Display Corp., Ewing, NJ, USA
Track 2:
Display Manufacturing Technologies
8:30-10:00 am
Room 132
M-2: Advanced Oxide-TFT Technologies for Display Manufacturing
by Jin Jang
Kyung Hee University, Seoul Korea

Recent issues for oxide-TFT technologies will be discussed for display applications. The TFT structure, bias stability, and TFT circuits based on a-IGZO both on glass and polyimide will be discussed. Inverted, coplanar, and bulk-accumulation oxide TFTs will be compared for their application to high-resolution and large-area displays. Recent issues for oxide-TFT technologies will be discussed for display applications. The TFT structure, bias stability, and TFT circuits based on a-IGZO both on glass and polyimide will be discussed. Inverted, coplanar, and bulk-accumulation oxide TFTs will be compared for their application to high-resolution and large-area displays

Moderator: Ruiqing (Ray) Ma, Universal Display Corp., Ewing, NJ, USA
Track 2:
Display Manufacturing Technologies
10:20-11:50 am
Room 132
M-5: Micro-LED Displays Based on Gallium Nitride for Ultra-Energy-Efficient Displays
by Steve P. denBaars
Solid-State Lighting and Energy Center
University of California at Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, USA

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 and green LEDs devices that exhibit external quantum efficencies higher than 70%, and 42%, respectively, have been fabricated. Fundamental physics of GaN emitters and the promise of direct-view Micro-LED-based Red-Green-Blue LEDs for flexible and transparent displays will be discussed.

Moderator: Deng-Ke Yang, Liquid Crystal Institute, Kent State University, Kent, OH, USA
Track 2:
Display Manufacturing Technologies
12:50-2:20 pm
Room 132
M-8: Technical Trends of Optical Films for Display Devices
Hitoshi Oishi
Zeon Corp., Tokyo, Japan

Display devices consist of several different optical films having various functions. The role of optical films has rapidly increased in recent days and have been used as a very important element of LCDs and OLEDs for TV, mobile-phone, and touch-panel applications. This seminar will describe the technical trends of optical films, including optical materials and the optical compensation principle.

Moderstor: Koichi Miyachi, JSR Corp., Tokyo, Japan
Track 2:
Display Manufacturing Technologies
2:40-4:10 pm
Room 132
M-11: Applications of Quantum Dots: Opportunities and Challenges
Xiaogang Peng
Zhejiang University
Hangzhou, China

Quantum dots have been long thought to play a central role in displays, given their tunable and narrow emission, either photo- or electro-excitaiton, and solution processibility. This dream is finally coming into play, becoming reality as down-conversion phosphors in backlighting units and near-reality as a new type of LED.

Moderator: Ryoichi Ishihara, Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands
Track 2:
Display Manufacturing Technologies
4:30-6:00 pm
Room 132
M-14: Microscale LEDs for Multifunctional Display Systems
John A. Rogers
Swanlund Chair Professor
University of Illinois at Urban/Champaign, IL, USA

Recent progress in advanced materials, processing techniques, and high-throughput assembly methods opens up a realistic route to high-resolution display systems that utilize large-scale arrays of microscale LEDs. This seminar will review the history of this field and summarize the latest progress, including examples of the most sophisticated demonstrator displays and their paths to commercialization.

Moderator: Tomokazu Shiga, University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo, Japan
Track 3:
Display Technologies and Applications
8:30-10:00 am
Room 125
M-3: OLEDs: Recent Advances and Applications
Jian Li
Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, USA

Organic light-emitting-diode (OLED) technology has the capability to enable imaginative curved, flexible, foldable, and transparent display and lighting panels that are revolutionary in both their performance and design. Several critical factors which will affect the OLED performance will be discussed, and the recent progress of OLED technology for solid state lighting and bio-applications will be review.

Moderator: Rashmi Rao, Harman International, Farmington Hills, MI, USA
Track 3:
Display Technologies and Applications
10:20-11:50 am
Room 125
M-6: High-Dynamic-Range Imaging and Displays
Scott Daly and Timo Kunkel
Dolby Laboratories, Inc., Sunnyvale, CA, USA

High dynamic range (HDR) has been in research labs for over a decade, but this year has finally seen availability to consumers for both video content and displays. This seminar will go into detail on the key perceptual aspects and scene physics causing the need for HDR. In addition, capture, display, and ecosystems for HDR will also be covered.

Moderator: Ian Underwood, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland
Track 3:
Display Technologies and Applications
12:50-2:20 pm
Room 125
M-9: Augmented-Reality and Virtual-Reality Technologies: Towards Life-Like Immersive and Interactive Experiences
Achin Bhowmik
Vice-President & General Manager
Perceptual Computing Group, Intel Corp.
With recent advances in 3D sensing and immersive displays, a new class of augmented- and virtual-reality (AR/VR) devices are blurring the border between the real and virtual worlds. This seminar will present the system-level requirements of AR/VR devices from fundamental human-factor considerations and review advances in sensing, computing, and display technologies, as well as end-to-end system architecture for seamless immersive and interactive experiences, including demonstrations of state-of-the-art applications.

Moderator: Haruhiko Okumura, Toshiba Corp., Kanagawa, Japan
Track 3:
Display Technologies and Applications
2:40-4:10 pm
Room 125
M-12: Color Optimization for Displays with Color Management
Gabriel Marcu
Senior Color Scientist
Apple, Inc., Cupertino, CA, USA

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: Kevin T. Gahagan, Corning Incorporated, Corning, NY
Track 3:
Display Technologies and Applications
4:30-6:00 pm
Room 125
M-15: Automotive Displays and Associated Human Factors
Peter Knoll
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Ettlingen, Germany

An overview of the entire history of vehicular instrumentation beginning with eddy-current mechanical speedometers and the first thermometers through the years with modern stepper motor drives and electronic displays for graphic information such as CRTs, VFDs, and segmented LCDs to today‘s modern multi-purpose high-performance graphic LCDs will be presented.

Moderator: Karlheinz Blankenbach, Pforzheim University, Pforzheim, Germany

展示周周一研讨会将于5月23日, 8:30am-6:30pm举行。演讲涉及信息显示行业的不同领域。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专业人士。

Track 1: 显示科技
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: 最新的高性能液晶显示技术
M-7: 显示计量学
M-10: 最新的电容式触摸屏技术
M-13: OLED显示器的现在和未来

Track 2: 显示制造技术
M-2: 先进的氧化薄膜晶体管 (Oxide-TFT) 技术应用于显示制造业
M-5: 适用于超高效节能显示器的砷化镓微型LED显示器
M-8: 光学薄膜在显示设备的技术发展趋势
M-11: 量子点显示器:从光致发光到电致发光
M-14: 适用于高性能显示系统的微型无机发光二极管

Track 3: 显示技术和应用
M-3: OLEDs: 最新发展和应用
M-6: 高动态范围成像和显示
M-9: 增强现实和虚拟现实科技:迈向逼真的沉浸式和互动式的体验
M-12: 显示色彩管理中的颜色优化
M-15: 车载显示及其有关的人为因素

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Special Topics
Augmented and Virtual Reality
Digital-Signage Display Solutions
TFTs and Display Circuits on Plastic Substrates
Vehicle Displays and User-Interface Technology

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Tuesday, May 24 10:30 am - 6:00 pm
Wednesday, May 25 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday, May 26 9:00 am - 2:00 pm

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