Focus on Solid-State Lighting


This year’s special topics of interest are 3D, Green Technologies, Solid-State Lighting, and Flexible Electronics and Printed Displays.  Attendees at Display Week 2012 will be given the opportunity to attain a comprehensive learning experience in these special topics of interest by listening to presentations during the four-day technical symposium, attending the Sunday Short Courses and Monday Seminars, and getting a business perspective from the Business and Investors Conferences and the Market Focus Conferences.


Solid-State Lighting

Solid-State lighting has begun to fulfill its promise with regard to saving energy and providing design flexibility. However, LEDs have made more commercial inroads in this area than OLEDs, which are currently available only in high-end architectural applications. OLED papers therefore form the bulk of this year's solid-state-lighting sessions, as the industry pushes to develop higher-efficiency, higher-performing OLED panels. Other solid-state-lighting papers will focus on trends in LED illumination.


This year's symposium includes the following sessions:


  • Solid-State-Lighting Applications

  • Four Solid-State Lighting Technology Sessions

  • Lighting Devices

  • Fabrication Processes and Solid-State Lighting


This years Sunday Short Courses and Monday Seminar series includes the following relevant seminars:


  • Fundamentals of Solid-State Lighting and Manufacturing Technologies

·         OLED Lighting


This year, the Market Focus Conference on Wednesday, June 6, will focus on The LED Lighting Evolution – From Sapphire to Lumens for the entire day.  The goal of this event is to allow global-industry leaders throughout the supply chain to explore the cutting-edge innovations that will shape the future of lighting and backlighting. This conference will feature keynotes and presentations from industry leaders, panel sessions, and ample time for networking.


Also, the Business Conference will examine how alternative display technologies such as quantum-dot LEDs and backlights will impact the display-market outlook.