FINETECH JAPAN Technical Conference

FTJ-17 R&D Trends of micro-LEDs for Their Practical Use
Dec. 7 (Fri) 15:00 - 15:50
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Micro LED displays have some advantages such as possibility of flexible panel, wide color range ability, and low power consumption. On the other hand, its complexity for the mass-production procedure, which causes the high production cost, has to be solved. In this talk, several kinds of Micro-LED panels and their cost reduction possibilities are discussed.
Meijo University Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering, Professor, Satoshi Kamiyama Satoshi Kamiyama Professor, Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering, Meijo University
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Satoshi Kamiyama received the BE in 1985 and PhD degrees in 1995 in electronics from Nagoya University, Japan. From 1985 to 1988, he was a member of technical staff at Central Research Laboratory, Omron Co. Kyoto, Japan, participating in the development of semiconductor opto-electronic devices. From 1988 to 1999, he joined Central Research Laboratory, Panasonic Co. Osaka, Japan, where he was pursuing research in the field of III-V and II-VI compound-based semiconductor lasers. Since Apr 1999, he had been a member of technical staff in Meijo University, Nagoya, Japan, where he worked research of group-III nitride materials and devices. He was adopted as an associate professor in 2001, and was promoted to a professor in 2007 at Meijo University, where he has continued to conduct the research of group-III nitride materials and devices. His scientific background is in the areas of III-V, II-VI, and IV-IV groups compound semiconductor materials and their photonic devices.

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