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Quantum Dots Are Making Displays Better and Brighter

Tue, Apr 23, 2019 1:00P EDT
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
If you are interested in learning how QDs are currently used in displays and how the same materials are being engineered to yield even brighter, more efficient, better colors for future displays, this webinar is for you. 

Quantum dots (QDs) have become a staple of high-end displays and are finally becoming more mainstream. These tiny particles are vital to creating bright, efficient, and colorful LCDs. QDs are still far from achieving their full potential, however, with the quantum dots in polymer film technology used in TVs today representing only a stepping-stone for QD technology. 

In this webinar you will learn about the properties that make QDs so desirable for use in displays, and the types of QD technologies that are most suitable for displays. The webinar will also cover strategies for implementing QDs in displays, challenges facing this technology, and QD-enabled displays in the future. The presenter is a consultant who has helped numerous organizations set up and use QD and nano technologies.

About the presenter:
Peter Palomaki, Ph.D., Palomaki Consulting.Peter Palomaki, Ph.D., is the owner and chief scientist at Palomaki Consulting, a firm specializing in hands-on assistance to help solve big problems at the nanoscale. He uses his deep technical expertise in quantum dots and materials chemistry to improve existing products and develop new technologies.

Palomaki holds a B.S. in chemistry from Muhlenberg College and a Ph.D. in chemistry from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Before starting Palomaki Consulting, he worked as a scientist at QD Vision Inc. and Voxtel Inc. He has experience in a range of technologies including solar cells, photo detectors, LEDs, and fuel cells, in addition to nanomaterials, quantum dots, surface chemistry, and characterization of optical materials.

Who should attend:
This webinar will be especially useful for display and R&D engineers and technicians, product developers, anyone involved in lighting design, and anyone interested in current display technology and future trends in this area.

Want to learn more about quantum dots? Read “Quantum Dots: Taking the Display World by Storm" by Peter Palomaki (Photonics Spectra, May 2018).  

 

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