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Topic: Display and Lighting
Meeting Date: April 30th, 2013
Start Time: 12:30 - 5:00 pm
SEMI Global Headquarters
Seminar rooms 1 & 2
3081 Zanker Road, San Jose, CA 95134
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||Kurt J. Lesker Company
Michael Oye, email@example.com
Chari Perera, firstname.lastname@example.org
12:30 - 1:00 Lunch (Sponsored by Kurt J. Lesker Company)
1:00 - 1:05 Welcome and Introduction
1:05 – 1:20 Zoran Misitec,
Kurt J. Lesker Company
1:20 - 1:50 Color Consistent LED modules,
Serge Bierhuizen, Xicato
1:50 - 2:20 Commercializing OLED lighting, Mike Lu, Aquity Brands
OLED device basics, strategy for generating white light
OLED luminaire efficacy vs. regular and edge-lit LED luminaire efficacy projections
OLED luminaire and lighting application design
2:20 - 2:50 HBLED Testing: Measuring the right thing the right way,
Dan Morrow, Optest
Production HBLED test presents a number of unique challenges. While we can easily measure voltage, current and time to 5 digit accuracy, what number is the color blue? The foundation of any successful process control program is great data. Recent advancements in test methods have significantly improved the quality of data collected, giving manufactures a first look at entirely new dimensions of process information. The presentation will provide an overview of goals and the methods used to collect and characterize HBLEDs in production environments, as well as provide an overview of some of the unexpected dividends associated with radiometric color analysis.
2:50 - 3:10 Break
3:10 - 3:40 Composite transparent electrodes,
Whitney Gaynor, Sinovia
In recent years, many concepts for touch panels, displays and solid-state lighting have been introduced showing lightweight, large-area, durable, and flexible devices based on plastic substrates. However, before these designs can be realized, a new transparent electrode must be introduced to the market, as the indium tin oxide (ITO) currently used is brittle and has poor performance on plastics. Sinovia Technologies has been developing and commercializing a solution-processed composite transparent electrode for use in devices such as flexible displays and OLED lighting. These composites have substrate-independent performance superior to ITO on both glass and plastic substrates. They are also flexible, and do not fail when subjected to bending stress at very small radii.The composites they can be optimized for either transparency or conductivity depending on the desired application, and can be refractive index-matched to the substrate. Due to the carefully controlled nanoscale surface roughness of the composite, these electrodes are compatible with high-efficiency white organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) while enhancing the angular emission profile and color spectrum. This technology could become an enabling factor in the widespread commercialization of organic electronic technology, and could be used in other types of displays and flat-panel lighting.
3:40 - 4:10 Process Control and Yield Management in HBLED Manufacturing,
Neeraj Khanna, KLA Tencor
Yield-limiting process defects are a significant challenge as LED manufacturing reaches unprecedented production volumes. In an effort to reduce device manufacturing costs and improve productivity, LED device manufacturers are increasing focus on implementing advanced process control solutions. In-line inspection enables accelerated process ramp and development, faster excursion detection, and higher yields. In this presentation, we discuss inspection requirements in LED wafer manufacturing with emphasis on process defects and their impact on yield. Additionally, current industry best-known practices in advanced process control will be detailed.
4:10 - 4:40 OLED applications technology introduction with the ‘SPECTROS’ K J Lesker organic materials high vacuum thin film deposition systems,
Tim Pearce, Kurt J. Lesker
A detailed description of the basic thin film preparation techniques which have been developed for OLED and PLED device, photovoltaic and lighting products based upon small molecule and polymer organic materials. The whole range of SPECTROS thin film organic materials deposition systems have been specifically developed to provide the ultimate environment combined with novel array of operational facilities to enable production of the optimum number of samples for subsequent characterisation in an inert environment.