Phosphor Global Summit and Quantum Dots Forum 2019

San Diego, CA, USA

Yole Développement invites you to join us at Phosphor Global Summit and Quantum Dots Forum 2019.

At the 2019 Phosphor Global Summit and Quantum Dots Forum, you will hear about the latest developments in the industry, highlighting important topics like OLED and LED lighting perspectives, new and emerging applications, supply chain dynamics and much more!

Yole Développement will participate in the following:

“Status of the MicroLED Industry”

On March 19th at 12:00 PM during the pre-conference workshop MicroLEDs
Eric Virey, Principal Analyst, Technology & Market, Sapphire & Display at Yole Développement

Abstract: MicroLED displays could potentially match or exceed OLED performance in all critical attributes such as brightness, contrast, color gamut, refresh rate, viewing angle, ruggedness and durability, resolution and pixel density, lifetime, power consumption etc. Development started in the early 2000’s but microLED got its first public exposure when Sony presented a 55” microLED TV prototype at the 2012 CES.  The hype around the technology grew further when Apple acquired microLED startup Luxvue in 2014. Since then, investments and the number of companies involved have skyrocketed. So how long will we have to wait until we see the first consumer applications? The science is here, but microLED is an inherently complex technology with cost drivers very different from those of incumbents OLED and LCD. This presentation will provide an update on the status of the microLED industry and remaining technology and supply chain bottlenecks with a focus on color generation and conversion aspects.

“Emerging Display Technologies and Impact for Downconverters “

On March 20th at 9:30 AM during Quantum Dots Forum & Phosphor Global Summit
Eric Virey, Principal Analyst, Technology & Market, Sapphire & Display at Yole Développement

Abstract : After LCD won the battle against plasma, the display industry is once again on the verge of a technology revolution. However this time, rather than a duopoly, there seem to be a proliferation of highly credible emerging technologies. The presentation will discuss the major contenders such as White OLED, RGB OLED, emissive and electroluminescent Quantum Dots, miniLED, microLED etc. Strengths and weaknesses as well as the technology development status and industrialization perspectives will be discussed with a particular emphasis on the role played by downconverters (phosphors, Quantum Dots or Perovskites) for each of those technologies

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