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B-11 Next Generation FPD / Glass

Response for Ultra-Thin Type, Foldable Display - Roll-to-Roll Response Also in View -

Datetime
Oct 31(Wed.) 10:00 - 12:30
Floor
Conference Center 3F

Details / Speakers

Advanced Glass: The Key to Today's Leading-Edge Displays

Corning Lori Hamilton

Corning

Commercial Technology Director, HPD (High Performance Displays)

Lori Hamilton

Fusion formed glass - with its pristine surface quality, dimensional stability, and hermeticity - helps advance the irreversible trends of thinner, lighter, brighter and more touch sensitive devices by providing the higher performance displays consumers demand. This presentation will focus on the flat panel display industry's growing diversity and how glass is a superior choice for both backplane substrates and cover glass to work along with other components in enabling these displays to reach their full potential. Ms. Hamilton will highlight the benefits thinner glasses offer panel or device makers: significant cost efficiencies while also opening up new design possibilities. She will also discuss innovative glass solutions that are optimized for several emerging display technologies, closing with a vision of what an increasingly display-centric and interconnected future holds for us all and the unique role advanced glass can play in making that future a reality.

Lori joined Corning in 1993 as a process engineer in the Harrodsburg, Ky., plant. She went on to hold a number of product and technology leadership positions in Corning Display Technologies.
From 1994 to 1998, Lori worked in Shizuoka, Japan as a project engineer, applications engineer and leader of the process engineering team. Upon relocating to Corning N.Y., Lori established and led the product technology function from 1999 to 2001. In mid-2002, Lori was assigned as assistant product line manager in Tokyo. From 2005, Lori assumed responsibility for the worldwide product engineering function. In her most recent assignment, Loir led the Commercial Technology function in Corning Display Technologies.
In February 2012, Lori assumed her current role as director, Commercial Technology for High Performance Displays.
Lori holds a bachelor of science in chemical engineering and a bachelor of arts in Japanese studies from Bucknell University. She also holds a master of science in engineering and technology management from the University of Pennsylvania School of Engineering and The Wharton School.

Ultra-thin glass and its application to touch panels

Nippon Electric Glass Hiroyuki Uchida

Nippon Electric Glass

Products Quality Laboratory Department, LCD Glass Division - Senior Manager

Hiroyuki Uchida

Ultra-thin glass sheet has some attractive advantages such as lightweight and flexibility, keeping superior properties of glass. But there are some problems to make a device using this ultra-thin glass sheet. For example, ultra-thin glass sheet bend light so that it is difficult to handle on a conventional LCD production line. This presentation introduces new handling technologies for ultra-thin glass sheet. The curved and clear touch panel newly developed using ultra-thin glass sheet also will be shown.

Hiroyuki Uchida graduated from Tokyo Institute of Technology with a master's degree. He joined NEC Corporation in 1982, where he has been engaged in the research and development on amorphous silicon material and thin-film devices. After that he was the general manager in the development department, and the general manager in SVA-NEC. In 2009, he joined Nippon Electric Glass Co.,Ltd.. He contributed to developments in application technology for new glass material.

Speciality thin glasses for display applications

SCHOTT José Zimmer

SCHOTT

Vice President Technical Sales SCHOTT Asia

José Zimmer

Speciality thin glasses are one of the key enablers for industrial as well as consumer flat displays. Two key drivers for the recent developments of new thin glasses are the application of touch technologies for mobile devices and future general demands for lighter, thinner and flexible displays. While the new chemical toughened high strength glasses are now typically used as protective cover for mobile devices like smart phone and tablets, ultra thin glasses can become a key enabler for next generation displays. Depending on the application requirements different types of thin glasses can be produced by technologies like float and down draw processes. Besides limitations in the glass production itself, suitable handling technologies have become the biggest hurdle for applications of glasses thinner than 100um. The mobile and touch devices are also driving further developments for advanced functional coatings of thin glasses like anti-fingerprint, anti-scratch and antimicrobial.

José Zimmer joined SCHOTT Germany in 1998 where he was responsible for the development of hotforming processes for thin glasses. In 2000 he became head of the technical and optical glass development. From 2005 he was assigned to different technical director functions in Asia before José Zimmer took over the position of Vice President Technical Sales SCHOTT Asia in 2010.

Glass Technology Solutions for Emerging Displays

Asahi Glass Kazuyosi Watanabe

Asahi Glass

Executive Officer General Manager, Display Glass General Division

Kazuyosi Watanabe

AGC float glass is ideal for recent high-resolution displays with extremely low thermal shrinkage characteristics.
This feature also serves to maximize the advantages of the device LTPS, OLED, TAOS etc.
AGC is working on proposals to emerging display technologies, as a new concept of evolving from the float glass, such as to enable a processing of ultra-thin-glass in the current line.
In this presentation, not only the glass material, we will introduce our total glass technology solutions, such as a glass-surface treatment and Laminated glass substrates which are brought by the composite of AGC's glass and chemical technology.

Feb/2012 Executive Officer General Manager of Technology Deveropment General Division
Oct/2012 Executive Officer General Manager, Display Glass General Division

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B-12 Next Generation FPD / Film

Aim for Higher Performance Displays - Improve Panel Display Quality, Power Consumption, and Durability -

Datetime
Oct 31(Wed.) 14:30 - 17:00
Floor
Conference Center 3F

Film is a support for higher performance displays. It is the panel material holding the key for improvement of panel display quality, power consumption and durability, etc. Film can change display performance. This session describes the latest trends in display film technology.

Details / Speakers

3M Optical Systems Film Solutions for LCD Backlight

Sumitomo 3M Fumihisa Hanzawa

Sumitomo 3M

Optical Systems Division   Advanced Specialist

Fumihisa Hanzawa

LCDs such as smart phone, tablet PC and flat-screen TV have been widely used as flat panel displays. 3M has the technology platform including microreplication technology and multi-layer optical film technology for light management in LCD. 3M brightness enhancement films have played important roles to increase the brightness and reduce the power consumption of LCD panels.
High function optical film technologies are introduced in the presentation, which enable thinner LCD, high performance, image quality improvement, robustness for mechanical stress, etc.

1991   Finished the master course in precision mechanical engineering at Tohoku University
1991   Joined IBM Japan
1991-2003 Engaged in LCD backlight/LCD module design in Display Business Unit
2003   Joined Sumitomo 3M
2003- Engaged in LCD optical film development in Optical Systems Division

Technology trend in optical films for LCD Backlighting

SKC Haas Display Films Japan Masaru Suzuki

SKC Haas Display Films Japan

General Manager

Masaru Suzuki

There are lots of optical films in LCD backlighting unit, which are usually stacked in a small space. All kinds of optical films such as Diffusion film, Micro-lens film, Prism film, Reflection film, Reflective polarizer film will be reviewed in terms of their function, purpose, structure and manufacturing method. In addition, it is important to take effect of retro-reflection into consideration to predict the performance of a backlighting unit. Impact of retro-reflection will be discussed. Lastly the newest technology of SKC Haas Display Films will be described.

Masaru Suzuki had been in charge of LCD backlight development in IBM Japan until 2002, in charge of LCD TV backlight development in Chi Mei Optoelectronics (CMO) until 2004, in charge of optical film developement in Eastman Kodak company until 2006. He joined SKC Haas Display Films Japan as General manager in 2007. Masaru Suzuki received paper recognition award from Electrical Institute of Japan in 1997, received the best poster paper award from Society for information display (SID) in 1996. He was in IBM technical master position from 1988 to 2002. He has been a member of SID program comittee since 1998 to date.

(Subject to be announced)

A-Lumen Machine

Sales Department G.M.

William Chen

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B-21 Next Generation FPD / New Large-Screen Technology

New Technology Brings Ringside Seat Feel, Immersion Feel - Achieved with Organic EL or Laser Light Source -

Datetime
Nov 1(Thu.) 10:00 - 12:30
Floor
Conference Center 3F

Details / Speakers

LCD TV with laser backlight

Mitsubishi Electric Koji Minami

Mitsubishi Electric

ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY R&D CENTER, IMAGING I/O TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT

Koji Minami

We developed LCD TV "REAL LASERVUE" (model name: LCD-55LSR3) which applied red laser to the backlight. Compared with the conventional LCD TV using white-LED, the color gamut is expanded by 1.29 times, and we can understand the difference of image quality by a glance. This lecture explains the feature and technology of this laser back light LCD TV.

The Next Generation of Digital Eco Display

PRYSM, INC Hisayuki Suzuki

PRYSM, INC

VP, Business Development

Hisayuki Suzuki

Laser Phosphor Display is the groundbreaking display technology and large format display platform invented by Prysm. It is the core of all Prysm Digital Display Solutions, and it represents the next generation of large format digital Eco displays. LPD consists of 3 main parts: the Laser Engine, the Laser Processor, and the Phosphor Panel.
LPD uses a patented laser engine and a phosphor panel to create stunning, lifesize images with low-power, solid-state lasers. Fundamentally different than LED- and LCD-based technologies, LPD solutions—packaged configurations containing LPD technology and other components—are designed to a human scale and offer brilliant image quality without bezel, unmatched viewing angles, and the industry's smallest environmental footprint. Compared to other digital technologies, Prysm's LPD technology has the lowest total cost of ownership and offers highly-competitive features, benefits and usage possibilities.

VP of business development of Prysm Inc. Graduated Keio University. Joined Seiko Epson as IC designer. In 1982, transferred to USA for business development and technology development for semiconductor's business. Contributed to establish a foundation of semiconductor business in USA and developed the most advanced super scalar CPU patent portfolio by 1995. Joined Equator Technologies, Inc. as VP of Business development, and contributed to develop a VLIW based media processor with Hitachi Ltd. Then, joined Micron Technologies Inc. as a head of marketing of CMOS image sensor business unit, and grew from $78M to $750M revenue in 3 years.

LG Electronics' vision of an immersive, live-feel video (provisional title)

LG Electronics Japan Inc. Kazuhiro Tsuchiya

LG Electronics Japan Inc.

General Manager / C.E. Product Planning & Marketing Team Leader

Kazuhiro Tsuchiya

An introduction to the many products and technologies developed by LG Electronics in its search to improve the "live" experience in home video, and provide immersive video enjoyment. (provisional)

Graduated Department of Physics, Faculty of Science and Egineering. Has worked in product planning, development and marketing for video equipment and related items for about 20 years. Extensive experience in planning and development of video products on multiple devices.

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B-22 Next-Generation FPD/4K/8K Video

Pursuit of 4K/8K Video Picture Creation - From the Technologist Fascinations, Search for Shape Displays Should Take -

Datetime
Nov 1(Thu.) 14:30 - 17:00
Floor
Conference Center 3F

New 4K×2K TV products are appearing right and left. Overwhelming high definition results in display technology that provides feeling of depth. Furthermore, 8K×4K display development examples have increased. Closing in on ultra-high definition display picture drawing.

Details / Speakers

Powerful emotions through the five senses: Sony's bold new AV concepts

SONY Corporation Kazuo Kii

SONY Corporation

General Manager, Product Design Dept. No. 2
TV Business Division, Home Entertainment & Sound Business Group

Kazuo Kii

Sony has announced the Brvia KD-84X9000, one of the world's largest LCD televisions with an 84V-type screen and support for 4K imagery. The speaker looks back over the evolutionary path that resulted in its development and the role of the Bravia in realizing the moving experience Sony has always aimed for: the live feel delivered by high-definition, large-screen imagery and dynamic, high-fidelity sound, and the rich sensations made possible by continuing technical innovation.

1987 join to SONY and start to work from Data Display Monitor (20"x20" super hi-resolution (2k x 2k) monitor for air traffic control)
1996 move to U.S. working for computer monitor as Project Manager
2001 move to Japan and start to design Plasma TV as General Manager
2005 move to Europe as engineering Director for Design group Vice president of Engineering, Design and Development
2009 move to Deputy Senior General Manager of Business Div. No. 1 Home Entertainment Business Group, Sony Consumer Products & Devices Group, 2012 to present design 4kx2k TV as General Manager

Toshiba's policy of the high quality image processing for 4Kx2K TVs

Toshiba Corporation   Digital Products & Services Company Himio Yamauchi

Toshiba Corporation   Digital Products & Services Company

Platform & Solution Development Center, Development Dept. 1, Group Manager

Himio Yamauchi

In 2011, Toshiba launched early 4Kx2K ( 3840 x 2160 pixels ) digital LCD TVs having 4 times pixels of full-HD ( 1920 x 1080 pixels ) TVs into the commercial TV's market. What is the power that images displayed by a 4Kx2K TV have? How should we process 4Kx2K TV's images for maximizing the power? He will introduce Toshiba's approaches for high quality image processing and the Toshiba's policy of high quality image processing suitable for the age of 4Kx2K TVs.

Himio Yamauchi received his M.S. degree in applied electrical engineering from Nagoya University, Japan, in 1993. He joined Toshiba Corp. in 1993. After he worked on the development of driving technologies and high quality image processing technologies for image sensors, he has been working on the development of high quality image processing technologies and engines for digital LCD TVs. Now, he is managing a development group of high quality image processing technologies for next generation digital products at the Platform & Solution Development Center.

Development of 145-in. Diagonal SUPER Hi-VISION Plasma Display Panel

Panasonic Corporation   AVC Networks Company Hideto Nakahigashi

Panasonic Corporation   AVC Networks Company

Core Technology   Development Center   Core Technology Planning Group

Hideto Nakahigashi

Panasonic have been engaged in joint research with NHK for a super high-definition plasma display panel. In 2012, we succeeded in developing a prototype full-resolution 145-in. SHV PDP which has 4,320 scanning lines and over 33 million pixels, and staged a public viewing at the 2012 London Olympics. I will introduce two key technologies to realize a full resolution SHV PDP, the high-speed addressing technique and the fine-pitch and large-scale panel fabrication process technology.

Actual example of 4K x 2K production

Sony PCL Creative Division Chief ProducerKazuaki KamiyaYoshinori Susa

Sony PCL

Creative Division Chief Producer
Kazuaki Kamiya

Yoshinori Susa

Recently 4Kx2K high resolution movies attract people's attention.
In this presentation, introducing workflow of 4K contents with 4K devices (Camera/Editing machine/Color grading machine/ Data authoring etc.) with several production examples.

Kazuaki Kamiya
Joined Sony PCL Inc. in 1985, and belonging to Creative Div.
currently His major field is contents produce of large screen or special image movie.
At 2005 World Exposition Aichi Japan, involved into producing of MEGA VISION "our plant" (Screen size;50mx10m).
Then developed 3D/4K production as a producer.
One of his work is A3D ayumi hamasaki ARENA TOUR 2009 (A3D) and its won the International Society's Japan Committee's top prize, the "Lumiere Japan 2011 Grand Prix."

Yoshinori Susa
Joined Sony PCL Inc. in 1989., then started his career as technical staff for Hi-vision editing.
His work were large screen movies for theater, Expo., exhibition and MEGA VISION at 2005 World Exposition Aichi Japan and TOKYO MOTOR SHOW Since 1990, involved 3D contents as Technical staff for editing or Supervisor.
In 2011, involved as Technical staff to I3DS top prized content "A3D"In 2010 and 2012, involved to JPPA award prized contents as technical staff.