About lecture and lecturer
IPS LCD Technology with an ongoing evolution.
First , we will talk about an IPS LCD's history and the latest technology. The history is focused on the aperture ratio improvement since 1990s. Second, we will introduce the principle how to improve the aperture ratio using an IPS-Pro-Next which is the latest pixel structure. Furthermore, technologies of IPS photo-alignment and low scattering LC material which can increase the contrast ratio will be introduced for large sized 4K2K LCDs in addition to mobile ones.
Product Development Centor, Corporate Advisor
Panasonic Liquid Crystal Display Co., Ltd.
Kikuo Ono joined the Hitachi Research Laboratory of Hitachi, Ltd. in 1982 where he developed polycrystalline silicon TFTs and TFT-LCD simulation. In 1994, he engaged on process design of amorphous silicon TFTs, development of moving picture, and pixel design of IPS type TFT-LCDs for TVs in Hitachi Displays, Ltd. Since 2010, he has been developing IPS type TFT-LCDs in Panasonic Liquid Crystal Display, Ltd. He is now the corporate adviser of Product Development Center of the company. He is a technical expert on the TFT-LCD, and has acquired about 350 patents in the world. In particular, he has obtained patents with respect to highly basic pixel structure of IPS with high aperture ratio performance. He was awarded the National commendation of Invention award in 2013 under the title to say the IPS type liquid crystal display panels that achieves a wide viewing angle and low power consumption.
QDEF: Enabling High Color Gamut in LCD
This paper will review quantum dot technology, discuss how quantum dot films are being integrated into LCD systems, and identify the relevant system parameters to efficiently achieve common color gamut targets.
Modeling and measurement analysis will be used to examine quantum dot enhanced LCD systems in applications ranging from hand held to television displays. Finally, a brief analysis will be provided outlining improvement in viewer quality assessment as a function of the increase in color gamut.
Laboratory Manager, 3M Optical Systems Division
Kenneth Hanley received his Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis where his thesis work concentrated on the nanostructure of block copolymer liquids. After graduation, Dr. Hanley joined the Corporate Research staff at 3M Company in St. Paul, Minnesota. After several years of technology and product development within several of 3M’s business units, Dr. Hanley joined the Optical Systems Division in 2007. Dr. Hanley leads the Development and Commercialization group of the Optical Systems Division which is focused on the design and commercialization of new enhancement films for Liquid Crystal Displays. He holds 15 patents, and has championed the development of over 50 new products and five new technology platforms for the LCD market.
Quantum Dot Color IQ Optical Components for LCD Backlighting
Quantum dots are an emerging new product category for LCDs of all sizes and varieties. In 2013, they enabled the widest color gamut TVs available on the market in ten Sony models spanning 40”-65” HD and UHD sets. In this talk, we will introduce the basics of quantum dot materials, and how their unique properties enable wide color gamut displays with the highest level of efficiency achievable. We will also discuss implementation strategies, product roadmap for 2014 and beyond, and the migration of Color IQ from TV to smaller and larger size displays.
Co-founder and CTO
Dr. Seth Coe-Sullivan is co-founder, member of the Board of Directors, and Chief Technology Officer of QD Vision. He received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in May 2005, where his thesis work led to the formation of QD Vision. Seth’s technology expertise includes quantum dot materials and devices for solid state lighting and displays, as well as the environmental health and safety implications of quantum dots and nanomaterials. His role as CTO spans technology and intellectual property strategy, technical marketing, fundraising, and business development for advanced projects. He was awarded Technology Review Magazine’s TR35 Award in 2006, naming him one of the top 35 innovators under the age of 35, and in 2007, BusinessWeek named him one of the top young entrepreneurs under the age of 30.