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26. - 27. February 2020
Nuremberg, Germany

electronic displays Conference

Complete Program

Day 1 - Wednesday, 26. February 2020

09:50 - 13:15
Keynote Session 1 Display Trends & Technologies
09:50 - 10:00
Opening of the electronic displays Conference 2020 Prof. Dr. Karlheinz Blankenbach, Pforzheim University of Applied Sciences
10:00 - 10:20
Zombie markets Ian Hendy, Hendy Consulting  
Mr Hendy will discuss the current down market for displays and the impact on innovation, mergers and acquisitions and technology/commercial strategies. He makes some predictions on factors that will help the industry turn around. He will discuss high-end TV product innovations and strategies for differentiation
10:20 - 10:40
OLED Market and Technology Development Robert O'Brien, Display Supply Chain Consultants  
The presentation will cover the latest developments in OLED technology and supply/demand in key applications. We will address OLED penetration in smartphone and TV, plus development of foldable display technology and applications.
10:40 - 11:00
Product Innovation and Technology Development with Flexible AMOLEDs Ze Yuan, Royole Corporation  
This talk includes an introduction to Royole Corporation. In 2018, Royole has introduced the world’s first commercial foldable smartphone, the Royole FlexPai. The talk will also talk about general trends of technology development in the field of flexible AMOLEDs, including OLED materials, driving scheme, touch solutions, etc.
11:00 - 11:20
TBA. David Hermann, Volvo Cars
11:20 - 11:40
Escape from Overcapacity: What Next for the Display Industry? Paul Gray, IHS Technology  
Massive over-investment in display capacity in China has plunged the industry into crisis. Profitability is threatened in all sectors. The presentation will chart the capacity and describe the strategies of major players to respond to the situation. FInally it will offer a view of future market development.
11:40 - 12:00
DooH goes outdoor Dirk Gessner, Ströer media Deutschland  
To operate infrastructure in public spaces is a special challenge. If there is advertisement involved even more. Digitization in public spaces meets numerous preconceptions. It isn’t as simple as it technically sounds: Just switch a BILLBOARD to a SCREEN and experience information in real time. What are the challenges?
12:00 - 13:15
Author Interviews, Lunch & Poster

Parallel Sessions

13:15 - 15:35
Session 1 Touch Technologies
13:15 - 13:35
Designing UltraTouch force-sensing touch screen panels Paridhi Sharma, Cambridge Touch Technologies  
Human machine interaction can be enhanced through UltraTouch (multi-touch, force-sensing, piezoelectric) sensors. These sensors also function in harsh environments, such as underwater, where traditional projected-capacitive-based sensors fail. This paper discusses the main design considerations for UltraTouch sensors, and presents Cambridge Touch Technologies’ latest sensor design achievements.
13:35 - 13:55
Touch 2.0 - The next Level of HMI Frank Fleischer, RAFI  
With new concepts and ideas, RAFI takes the touchscreen to a new level. Haptics and tactility in combination with touch systems allows to operate a touchscreen in all situations pleasant, safe and reliable including the blind operation whereby the user's attention remains with the actual activity instead of the touchscreen.
13:55 - 14:15
Integration of Touch and Display in Embedded Linux Andreas Kopietz, Endrich Bauelemente  
For various embedded system platforms based on ARM architecture this paper will adress the integration of touch controllers and displays under embedded linux. The device tree principle, the system builder tools such as Buildroot and Yocto as well as Qt and Touch-GFX framework support will be explained.
14:15 - 14:35
Development of Novel LOCA for Automotive Curved Displays Felix Velten, Dexerials Europe  
New design trends for HMI require adoption of new display shapes, resulting in challenges for optical bonding. We will present how Dexerials tackle these challenges by developing bonding processes & materials to allow integration of curved and free shaped displays.
14:35 - 14:55
Large PeDOT Touch Sensors and A New Method for Comparing Touch Performance in Different Materials Dr. Gerald Morrison, SigmaSense  
Very large PeDOT touch sensors are now possible. PeDOT sensors have excellent optical properties, are the lowest cost sensor material and are foldable. A new metric of touch performance unifying SNR, drive voltage and time is presented. A performance comparison between PeDOT, Silver Nanowire, Metal Mesh and ITO is given.
14:55 - 15:35
Author Interviews, Coffee & Poster
13:15 - 15:35
Session 2 (Automotive) Interface Technologies
13:15 - 13:35
Realizing remote display systems for safety applications Nobutaka Yamagishi, Socionext Europe  
A major challenge of today’s automotive display market is to integrate intelligent systems including safety features with fewer components. We will present our video link independent Smart Display Controller technology, and outline how it fulfills such requirements.
13:35 - 13:55
Video Compression: A Vital Requirement for Next-Generation Vehicles Alain Legault, Hardent  
Today’s vehicles contain multiple displays and cameras for infotainment, ADAS, back-up cameras, head-up displays, and more. This presentation will show how video compression offers a compelling solution to support the huge transport bandwidth required by next-generation cars, while maintaining compliance with the ISO 26262 standard.
13:55 - 14:15
SerDes Interfaces for Automotive Displays Herbert Pichlik, SYSTEC  
A lot of different Serializer/Deserisalizer technologies conquer the automotive cockpit for years now. Unfortunately there are no standards available for SerDes in the Automotive Industry. The paper gives an overview of the current and future technologies and describes the differences of the most relevant architectures.
14:15 - 14:35
1, 2, 3, 4 – USB is offering more Rudolf Sosnowsky, HY-LINE Computer Components  
USB4 is offering a new dimension of speed and connectivity. By employing the architecture of Thunderbolt, it expands the capabilities over the “Alt modes” introduced by USB type-C. But, does it contribute to the user’s convenience? Does it resolve the compatibility issues?
14:35 - 14:55
Internal Display Interfaces in the System Context Ralf Nebel, UX Gruppe  
This lecture sets itself the task to position interfaces for graphic displays regarding their strengths and weaknesses and to consider them in the overall context, including the inclusion of further influencing and decision factors such as mechanics and EMC.
14:55 - 15:35
Author Interviews, Coffee & Poster
13:15 - 15:35
Session 3 Display Technologies & Applications
13:15 - 13:35
Low cost, conformable Organic LCDs on plastic and their applications Josephine Socratous, FlexEnable  
As well as being conformable, ultra-thin and ultra-light, plastic OLCDs can enable unique product concepts such as bezel-less notebook and tablet displays. OLCD also offers a route to ultra-high contrast dual cell displays. We report on these new breakthroughs and explain how the technology is being primed for mass production.
13:35 - 13:55
Non-flammable Displays David Bittner, Distec  
This Call for Papers is about fire load and flue gas optimized monitors suitable for areas with high fire safety regulations. Such Monitors have to match several certifications for fire classification. The operation of standard monitors in those areas would increase the risks for humans significantly in case of fire.
13:55 - 14:15
Reflective Electro-Wetting Displays For Out Of Home Display Applications Dr. Doeke Oostra, Etulipa  
Etulipa is field-testing the first product, the electronic changeable copy board for text-based messages. In parallel the matrix-based product is developed. The matrix solution is optimized for narrow seems for both black-and-white and full color displays, which creates the opportunity to bring the full color reflective electro-wetting display to market.
14:15 - 14:35
HoloScreen - Opportunities and Challenges of Tracked Autostereoscopic 3D Display Technology Peer Stelldinger, SeeFront  
The talk gives an overview on the principles of glasses-free autostereoscopic 3D display technology, and describes challenges and solutions to overcome the limits of classic multiview 3D systems. The solution, called SeeFront HoloScreen, combines single-user 3D displays, cutting-edge face-tracking algorithms and realtime content generation using off-axis-projection.
14:35 - 14:55
Why Liquid Crystal Windows? Rainer Neeff, Merck  
Merck has established a Liquid Crystal Windows platform – Licrivision® and eyriseTM The potential window market is huge– It is expected to be >10x bigger than the total currently available LCD area. How it works – The basic technology has been proven in LCDs for many decades.
14:55 - 15:35
Author Interviews, Coffee & Poster

Parallel Sessions

15:35 - 17:15
Session 4 (Automotive) GUI/HMI
15:35 - 15:55
Smart Surfaces - HMI technologies for the cockpit of the future Dr. Philipp Scheiner, Robert Bosch  
Seamless function-integration, intuitive interaction on-demand, and the reduction of button-arrays are just some of the keypoints of the future cockpit. The more the driver becomes passenger in autonomous vehicles, the interaction will transform and become less driver-centric. This leads to completely new requirements for HMI elements, displays and their usage.
15:55 - 16:15
3D HMI for Automotive Center Console Dr. Alberto Sanchez Castillo, Behr Hella Thermocontrol; Dr. Huub Van Kuringen, Dimenco  
We finely combine 3D display with ultra-haptics feedback technology for an application in the center information displays of the vehicle. Hence, an enhanced visual and haptic experience can be offered to the driver simultaneously.
16:15 - 16:35
GUI Trends – Building UX for the Future Lars Anderson, Altia  
As we plan product roadmaps, we must consider a departure from business-as-usual. Customers are changing; products should change too. Customers’ skill sets and their expected interactions with our products should be considered. We will discuss market trends impacting future UX and offer insight into future GUI features and capabilities.
16:35 - 16:55
IoT Dashboards - from data flow to data-driven decisions Elisabeth Engel, interfacewerk  
Nowadays, sensors deliver data every millisecond. The human brain is neither able to process it nor derive useful actions from it. Therefore, the use of visualizations and dashboards is indispensable. But how do you create a dashboard which presents data visually appealing and can also be configured without much effort?
16:55 - 17:15
Author Interviews & Poster
15:35 - 17:15
Session 5 Head-Up Displays
15:35 - 15:55
Paving the way to augmented reality - 3D HUDs Dr. Matthias Neundorf, Kyocera Automotive and Industrial Solutions  
Currently used automotive HUDs project a 2D image at a fixed distance. For augmented reality, it is nessecary to synchronize a 3D image with the 3D environment of the car. Therefore, the technology of a parallax barrier based 3D HUD with eye tracking will be presented.
15:55 - 16:15
Challenges for AR microdisplays in outdoor applications Philippe Coni, Thales Avionics  
Existing display technologies still do not allow high brightness combined with very low power consumption, wide field of view, large eyebox and long lifetime. This speak introduces a new study aiming to develop a high resolution microled imager able to reach 1 Mcd/m²
16:15 - 16:35
Head Up - Eyes Out Dr. Henrik Ludwigs, Saab  
Some historical milestones in the development of avionic HUDs at Saab will be presented as well as some of the current requirements for a modern HUD. The possibility of enabling landing in marginal weather through an Enhanced Flight Vision System, EFVS, will be demonstrated.
16:35 - 16:55
How in-glass laminated displays improve vehicle safety, ergonomics and UX. Ari Tervonen, Beneq Oy  
By laminating transparent displays in glass, vehicle OEMs are empowered to utilize all the windshields and windows, showing important information and providing functions controlled by touching the glass. The technology enables manufacturers to build safer vehicles and machines improving ergonomics and user experience for drivers, operators, passengers and road users.
16:55 - 17:15
Author Interviews & Poster
15:35 - 17:15
Session 6 Display Glass & Measurements
15:35 - 15:55
Laser cutting technology for free-form and 3D-shaped displays & cover glasses Anton Krumm, Corning Laser Technologies; Dr. Andreas Gaab, Corning Laser Technologies  
We present our laser-based Corning nanoPerforation technology, which cuts glass through localized perforation rather than material ablation. This results in smooth, very high-quality cuts at high processing speeds and accuracy. This technology meets the demanding requirements of free-form, 3D and inner contour cutting which makes it suitable for automotive applications.
15:55 - 16:15
Eliminating sparkle on high pixel density displays using anti-glare Albatross glass Andy Ruefenacht, Europtec USA  
The new patent pending Albatross™ Anti-glare Glass is specifically designed to maximize antiglare effects while minimizing sparkle on displays >190 PPI. The glass works by implementing a unique etch layer to break up the pixel light rays in such a way that sparkle is eliminated or significantly reduced.
16:15 - 16:35
Understanding and Achieving Reproducible Sparkle Measurements for an Automotive Specification Dr. Ingo Rotscholl, TechnoTeam Bildverarbeitung  
In order to define a new automotive specification for reproduceable sparkle measurements an analysis of more than 3000 luminance images has been conducted. These include more than 16 system setups, 13 different Anti-Glare-Layers and two displays with different ppi.
16:35 - 16:55
Optical In-line Metrology Systems for Displays Hans Oerley, Dr. Schenk Industriemesstechnik  
Summary Quality requirements for displays in mobile devices are getting more tight. Therefore sophisticated strategies quality control are necessary. Optical inspection systems (AOI) are contributing on a large scale in display production, by control of the • Bare glass • Edge grinding and hole drilling • Coatings • Printed areas (frames, company logos, ...)
16:55 - 17:15
Author Interviews & Poster

Day 2 - Thursday, 27. February 2020

Parallel Sessions

09:00 - 10:40
Session 7 Local Dimming for Automotive LCDs
09:00 - 09:20
Matrix Local Dimming LED Driver for Local Dimming Automotive Displays Szukang Hsien, Maxim Integrated  
Displays have become a major differentiation factor for car manufacturers. Using local-dimming displays is an effective way to achieve high contrast ratio while maintaining reasonable cost and high reliability. With regard to existing solutions, matrix white LED backlight drivers enable lower cost, halo effect-less local dimming of automotive displays.
09:20 - 09:40
Investigation and Application of Dynamic Backlight Optimization in Automotive Display Xiao Yang, Tianma Microelectronics  
In this paper, two strategies were applied. Firstly, several technical solutions with LED drive IC were proposed by analyzing effect of reflecting cups and test checkerboard size on dynamic contrast ratio. Secondly, excellent dynamic contrast ratio performance was realized by adopting an active matrix -mini LED and TFT drive IC.
09:40 - 10:00
Driving safety improvement by enhanced 2D light source Dr. Ulf Meiners, Nichia Chemical Europe  
Local dimming solution by direct-lit technologies can provide high quality automotive interior which is difficult to achieve by edge-lit. Driving safety is the key and it can be improved by local dimming which has superior contrast and high brightness. This paper describes Nichia’s approaches these challenges and further development.
10:00 - 10:40
Author Interviews, Coffee & Poster
09:00 - 10:40
Session 8 AR/VR: Techniques & Applications
09:00 - 09:20
OLED/OPD-on-silicon for near-to-eye microdisplays and sensing Dr. Uwe Vogel, Fraunhofer Institute for Organic Electronics, Electron Beam and Plasma Technology FEP  
Microdisplays are key components of near-to-eye displays. OLED microdisplays are specifically suited due to their emissive characteristics, saving System size and power consumption while providing superior optical performance in terms of contrast, color space, latency. This to report on recent technology achievements, device architectures, system integration and applications.
09:20 - 09:40
Technical Basics and Integration of OLED Microdisplays for Near-To-Eye Applications David Kallenbach, FRAMOS  
The growing AR/VR markets and industrial wearables require enhanced performance levels. Rich feature sets including ultra-high resolution and high brightness with tiny display outlines make OLED microdisplays suitable for small and low power embedded systems. Together with an ocular, OLEDs are a superb combination for any Near-to-Eye display solution.
09:40 - 10:00
Data glasses for building information assistance Prof. Rigo Herold, Westsächsische Hochschule Zwickau  
Traditional methods of buildingdesign, supervision and maintenance are based on manual procedures. The collected information is then manually transferred back to the planningsystem. We present a systemconception, whereby tasks in the buildingmanagement can be represented by augmentedreality. A concept is shown, which records the buildingstatus and displays plans and maintenanceinstructions.
10:00 - 10:40
Author Interviews, Coffee & Poster
09:00 - 10:40
Session 9 Gestures & HMI
09:00 - 09:20
3D Gesture Control Technology for Industrial Applications Markus Hell, DATA MODUL; Alexander Trica, DATA MODUL  
This speech will address common 3D gesture technology approaches and will give an overview of Data Modul’s 3D gesture solution for future industrial applications. After PCAP Touch becoming a standard technology in industrial applications, touch enhancements like haptic touch and 3D gesture control are the next logical step for device control. While haptic touch offers basic haptic feedback and is pretty much established in the smartphone market, 3D gesture control technology for industrial applications is about to start. This is mainly due to still ongoing R&D work in the basic technology like controller boards as well as a lack of missing standards and Operation System support such as drivers and APIs. Also there are no commonly defined 3D gestures that are intuitive to use, although the automotive industry already has a few mass production systems in use.
09:20 - 09:40
Next generation of Optical Sensing Technologies for Gesture Recognition Simone Burkhardt, Elmos Semiconductor; Dr. Sarah Blumenthal, Elmos Semiconductor  
OEMs are looking for user-friendly CID infotainment concepts. Gesture control is a demanded solution for its intuitive feel. It is applied as proximity, away from the display and in mid-air. Flexible in its application and a must-have for autonomous cars. Infrared technologies - controlling displays the most cost-effective way.
09:40 - 10:00
Developing modern HTML5-Single Page Applications for embedded touch devices using React and GraphQL Dr. Hartmut Kocher, SMART IN OVATION  
This shows how a GUI can be build for an embedded device using the latest web technologies. It uses libraries that are associated with cloud applications like React and GraphQL on a device. Therefore the device can be controlled by a local touch screen and also from any web browser.
10:00 - 10:40
Author Interviews, Coffee & Poster

Parallel Sessions

10:40 - 13:00
Session 10 Automotive Displays & Touch Integration
10:40 - 11:00
Multidisplay Lens Design - Plastic versus Glass Kai Hohmann, Continental Automotive  
Interior cockpit design evolves more and more towards a seamless console covering multiple displays combined under 1 functional surface. The talk is about interior design, functions and opportunities and manufacturing facts of big curved plastic lens covers. Furthermore a technology comparison between curved plastic and curved glass will be presented.
11:00 - 11:20
High precision optical bonding for free-form and curved displays Eugen Bilcai, Henkel  
Evolving material combinations and optical performance requirements creates a need for bonding solutions appropriate for the challenge of design and robustness. Henkel has developed a portfolio of solutions for optical and structural bonding, including related novel processing methods, that enables high precision optical bonding for a myriad of display designs.
11:20 - 11:40
How ti integrate the display into the automotive interior for more stylish atmosphere? Takeshi Kihara, Dai Nippon Printing  
DFP is the decorated display cover panel which looks conventional decoration interior panel when LCD is off state, and then, LCD is turned on, the information of LCD is displayed on the DFP surface. DFP technology can provide the very effective solution to integrate the display in the automotive interior.
11:40 - 13:00
Author Interviews, Lunch & Poster
10:40 - 13:00
Session 11 HDR Measurements
10:40 - 11:00
HDR - The Big Challenges Roland Seibt, Weka Media Publishing / TestLab  
HDR is the biggest revolution in newer tv standards history. It comes with many challenges for R&D and measurements of picture quality. These things need to be considered when creating or evaluating the best HDR-Displays.
11:00 - 11:20
High-fidelity imaging vs. artistic image rendering Dr. Michael Becker, Instrument Systems  
We review the transfer characteristics included in a video chain, from the object/scene to the camera and the image rendered on the display device and we show how the rendering of natural objects and scenes is defining the range between the extremes of high-fidelity imaging and artistic image rendering.
11:20 - 11:40
Measurement of Discomfort in High Dynamic Range Imaging Dr. Jurgen Stauder, InterDigital  
When humans are exposed to video signals, discomfort may occur due to signal characteristics that are far removed from the current level of adaptation of the human visual system, or components thereof, for example photoreceptors. From current work in ITU-R, we present methods for measuring signal characteristics and discomfort.
11:40 - 13:00
Author Interviews, Lunch & Poster
10:40 - 13:00
Session 12 Rough Display Applications
10:40 - 11:00
HMI hardware design for rough environments and outdoor Dr. Alexander Stoppa, Irlbacher Blickpunkt Glas  
Modern glass-touch systems are complex sub-assemblies with many electric, mechanic and optic interfaces. They facilitating features like IP 65, scratch resistance or durability against chemicals, that are complicated to achieve with alternatives. Furthermore, glass is the much better substrate for decoration like logos, icons, faders, sliders, indicators or keys.
11:00 - 11:20
Durability of Display Testing on Various Application Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Weinhold, Innowep  
Mechanical and soft-chemo mechanical damages generated by the human daily use on the display dramatically influence the quality of the product and furthermore, diminish its value.The aim of this work is to run a series of durability tests under real scenario and analyse the damage patterns visually and quantitively.
11:20 - 11:40
Interactive Display Systems Milos Cvetanovic, VIA optronics  
Our interactive display systems are tailor-made featuring the following functions, key features and components.
11:40 - 13:00
Author Interviews, Lunch & Poster
13:00 - 13:40
Keynote Session 2 LCDs & Haptic Feedback
13:00 - 13:20
The LCD with mini-LED BLU for car application Jeff Yang, AUO  
Local dimming technology gives LCD a way to overcome large deviation ambient light in automotive user’s scenario. This paper indicates the effect between local dimming zone and halo effect and also studies the different film stack effect. Finally, we proposed the optimized correlation to design the future automotive display.
13:20 - 13:40
How haptics will change the way of interaction Michael Nussbaumer, next system; Georg Greiner, next system  
What is haptics, why is it important to humans and the industry? How haptics will change the interaction in HMI? Status quo of current HMI and the future trend of UI in the industrial market! Introduction of technical solutions based on use cases and market requirements. Conclusion and outlook

Parallel Sessions

13:55 - 15:15
Session 13 Micro-LEDs
13:55 - 14:15
Status of the microLED industry Dr. Zine Bouhamri, Yole Développement  
MicroLED is a promising display technology. There are however still many technical challenges that need to be tackled before it is ready for consumer products. Mass transfer of the microLED chips is the elephant in the room, but many others could prove as challenging and possibly derail the microLED roadmap.
14:15 - 14:35
Single pixel metrology of µ-LED displays Dr. Martin Wolf, Instrument Systems  
Micro-LEDs, enabling very high resolutions, large color gamuts, etc., have the potential to fundamentally change the display industry. Luminance and color variations between the pixels are likely, because each pixel is an individual emitter itself. This talk investigates the specific challenges for quality control of such displays and provides solutions
14:35 - 14:55
Laser processes for production of microLEDs Uwe Wagner, 3D-Micromac  
In this talk laser based system solutions for manufacturing steps for microLEDs and devices, such as singulation and device transfer will be presented. Integrated process control and monitoring is used to assure stable and reliable operation to ensure high throughput and low yield losses.
14:55 - 15:15
Author Interviews, Coffee & Poster
13:55 - 15:15
Session 14 Display Measurements
13:55 - 14:15
Real time ray tracing simulation of displays using measured spectral content and polarization state of the light emitted and reflected Dr. Pierre Boher, ELDIM  
Practical characteristics of displays must consider not only their emissive properties measured under dark but also their reflective properties. The paper will present a new commercial real time ray tracing software that considers spectral and polarization state of the light using directly multispectral viewing angle emissive and reflective measurements.
14:15 - 14:35
Outdoor robustness testing of LED-displays Frank Bender, PWM  
PWM developes and produces Price signs and LED displays for fuelstation. The most demanding task of a LED, because they have to work 24h and to “fight” against the sun and other extreme outdoor weather conditions. PWM will show what are the specification of testing and the conclusion.
14:35 - 14:55
Evaluating Tristimulus and Bayer Pattern Color Filter Accuracy for Display Measurement Based on CIE Color-Matching Functions Jens Jensen, Radiant Vision Systems  
The proposed paper presents a study testing color measurement performance of two color imaging systems measuring narrow-band sources (e.g., LEDs and microLEDs): one with tristimulus color filters, the other a Bayer pattern color filter array. Results outline limitations of each system to provide accurate measurement to CIE color coordinates.
14:55 - 15:15
Author Interviews, Coffee & Poster

Parallel Sessions

15:15 - 16:15
Session 15 Display Improvements
15:15 - 15:35
Displays and Industry 4.0 Prof. Dr. Robert Boesnecker, Technische Hochschule Deggendorf  
The presentation focuses on innovative applications of display technology. In combination with other technologies, displays can open up new markets and applications. Industrial display application, subminiature displays and sensor displays will play an important role in the future. Acoustical displays and haptic feedback displays are focus of research.
15:35 - 15:55
Compensation of AMOLED Image Sticking Artifact by Aging Models Dr. Xingtong Jiang, Institute of Microelectronics, Universität des Saarlandes  
To overcome the well-known image-sticking artifact, OLED aging models are developed and pixel-wise compensation is applied on AMOLEDs. In modeling the electro-optical, data-counting, and correlation methods are considered. With developed models, the efficiency decay can be predicted, and image-sticking artifact can be compensated/suppressed. The display lifetime is thus extended.
15:55 - 16:15
Quantum Dots as a new generation of emitting materials in displays Dr. Armin Wedel, Fraunhofer IAP  
Colloidal quantum dots (QDs)-based light-emitting diodes (QD-LEDs) has been actively researched due to the potential impacts to the display Industry.We investigated the performance of conventional and inverted QD-LEDs fabricated with synthesized InP/ZnSe/ZnS QDs. Green, yellow and red QDs were designed for application in QD-LEDs. .
16:15 - 16:45
Wrap-up, Summary Wrap-up, Summary
16:15 - 16:45
Wrap-up, Summary & Author Interviews

poster presentations

HMI-Verifikation - Programmed errors in formal spezified hardware design
Klaus Wammes, Wammes & Partner

Cost calculation for display and coverglass
Michael Gruber, wv cost engineering

Qt Quick on low-end embedded devices
Jeremias Bosch, basysKom

Vantablack - Enhanced safety and quality in HUDs
Michael Stellmacher, Surrey NanoSystems

Image dependent RGB-backlight for LCD
Michael Buczek, footprint electronics

Comparison of High-Quality LEDs with Low-Cost Solutions for Automotive Interior Lighting
Daniel Ochs, Pforzheim University

Can 2D light source be a solution for Automotive Display?                                         
Takuya
Noichi, Nichia Chemical Europe

Monitors can do more
Michael Greger, Display Solution

End-of-line (EOL) Testing of Recent OEM Display Quality Standards
Dr. Silke Kirchner,  Instrument Systems Optische Messtechnik

Transition to new Software Technology within Safety relevant industry
Gerhard Täubl, FREQUENTIS

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