The 2022 agenda has been announced! Featuring speakers from Current Chemicals, General Electric, Licensing, IMEC, Intel, Ghent University, Nanosys, Quantum Science, NanoPattern Technlogies, Inc., Quantum Solutions, Hendy Consulting. View the agenda >>>
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Jason Hartlove joined Nanosys in 2008 with a proven track record of turning emerging technologies into successful commercial products. He previously developed the Optical Mouse which has sold more than one billion units worldwide and is a standard feature in all PCs. Hartlove also pioneered and developed key technologies used in CMOS image sensors in smartphone cameras, high capacity lithium-ion battery technologies and solid-state inverter technology used in solar and electric car charging systems.
His vision for Nanosys has led the company to successfully pioneer and develop Quantum Dot based display technologies. Today, Nanosys maintains a nearly 100% market share for materials used in these ultra-bright displays with lifelike colors sold by companies including Samsung, Vizio, Hisense, TCL, Acer, Asus and Sharp.
Prior to joining Nanosys, he was president of the Imaging Solutions Division of MagnaChip Semiconductor in Seoul, South Korea, where he turned an internally focused semiconductor group into a multinational company on track for an IPO. Before MagnaChip, Hartlove was vice president and general manager of the Sensor Solutions Division of Agilent Technologies, and previously held management and development positions at Hewlett-Packard.
Hendy Consulting Limited is a specialist strategy consulting organisation that provides the highest level of service and insight to the display, high tech and healthcare markets and their respective value chains
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Jerry Kang is the leading analyst for the OLED display market and technology analysis at Omdia. His research areas are OLED, quantum dot, and micro LED displays. As the research manager of the OLED team, he and his team cover the dynamics of the supply chain and the latest technology trends in materials and components.
Before joining Omdia, formerly IHS Markit, in 2011, Jerry was an OLED development engineer at Samsung SDI and Samsung Mobile Display, where he led the company’s research of the OLED technology and the global OLED display market. With more than 18 years of industry experience, Jerry is known for his professional analysis and strategic insights on the technology and the OLED, quantum dot, and micro LED displays markets. He is frequently quoted in the media and is a frequent guest speaker at major conferences worldwide. Jerry holds a bachelor’s degree in electronics engineering from Pusan National University in South Korea.
Results driven Silicon Valley deep technology leader who loves building new products by evangelizing emerging technologies and thereby delivering new revenue streams and increased profitability for companies. Functional experience in areas of engineering, strategy, operations and ecosystem partner development. Domain expertise in areas of displays, image sensors, advance optics, IoT edge intelligence, AI based Insights within B2C and B2B businesses. Self-starter, risk taker and team player that thrives in ambiguities and recognized for excellent communication and high EQ. Recipient of 70 patents, 20+ journal publications with recognized industry expert in technical field. Kunjal has background masters degree in electrical engineering and Exec-MBA from University of California at Berkeley.
Longjia Wu received his Bachelor degree in Materials Science and Engineering from Wuhan University of Technology (WUT), and then got his Ph.D. degree in Materials Science and Engineering from University of California, Davis (UC Davis) in 2015. After graduation, he joined TCL Corporate Research, engaging in the development of high performance quantum-dot light-emitting diodes for display application.
Peter Palomaki is the owner and chief scientist at Palomaki Consulting, LLC, where he consults with companies around the world on understanding, characterizing, and implementing QD and other nanomaterial technologies. He holds a PhD in chemistry from Rensselaer and has developed QD enabled optical technologies at National Renewable Energy Laboratory along with multiple companies, including QD Vision. He has become a trusted speaker, writer, and QD industry veteran on whom clients rely for his problem-solving capabilities and deep network in the display industry.
Norman earned his PhD in Chemical Engineering from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich) after completing his materials engineering education in Zurich and Sydney/Australia. During his education Norman has developed several patent protected materials and processes. He is winner of the Quadrant Award and the ETH medal for the best doctoral thesis. Norman is in charge for the materials development at Avantama.
Kim De Nolf is CEO and co-founder of QustomDot. She has received the masters and PhD degree in chemistry from Ghent University in Belgium. In 2017, she started a three-year post-doctoral fellowship to investigate the valorization potential of the research conducted at the PCN group, lead by prof. Zeger Hens. This work has led to the incorporation of QustomDot in January 2020. QustomDot is an advanced materials spin-off company and its mission is to realize the full potential of quantum dots by providing customized solutions for next-generation applications. The QustomDot technology enables the use of RoHS-compliant quantum dots directly onto (micro)LED chips.
Yu Kambe is CEO & Co-Founder of NanoPattern Technologies, Inc., enabling the next generation of energy efficient better color experience displays.
Juan J Santaella received his PhD in Physics of electronic devices and semiconductors from Universidad de Granada. Currently, in addition to his role as R&D Electronics Architect for VALEO Lighting Systems, he is also involved in innovation projects for VALEO in the frame of next generation of automotive LED technologies, focusing on Quantum Dots as new possible nanotechnology lighting devices QLEDs and QD-LEDs and their application to automotive products.
Dr. Ilan Jen-La Plante is a Senior Staff Scientist at Nanosys where she leads photoluminescent materials development for future display technologies. As a member of the R&D team since 2016, she has contributed to many of Nanosys’ Quantum Dot (QD) technologies including the development of bright and narrow heavy-metal free QDs for QD enhancement film technology, highly absorptive QDs for QD color conversion, and QD encapsulation methods to enable operation without external gas barrier films. Most recently her work has focused on understanding and improving QD photostability under a wide range of environmental and operating stressors including humid/aerobic conditions and high excitation flux to enable a display roadmap capable of reaching 1 million nits of brightness.
Ben Mangum is a Senior Manager at ams-OSRAM in the Materials Division. He has been part of the quantum dot research team at the Portland Oregon site for the last 10 years and currently is leading a number of quantum dot R&D efforts there. Ben has a Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Utah where he studied near-field optics and developed single particle measurement systems.
Hunter McDaniel, PhD is UbiQD’s Founder and CEO. He transitioned from a postdoc position at Los Alamos National Laboratory to the company’s first full-time employee in 2014. His vision for the company is to become the worldwide leader in quantum dot manufacturing by enabling new products that aren’t possible with toxic CdSe or InP QDs. He has extensive relevant technical experience as he has worked on both traditional II-VI QDs (including those that contain cadmium) and I-III-VI QDs. During his career, Dr. McDaniel conducted research at top-tier research institutions; Los Alamos National Laboratory (postdoc 2011-2014), Argonne National Laboratory (2011), University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign (PhD 2006-2011), and University of California at Santa Barbara (BS 2001-2006)). He is highly experienced in the materials science of semiconductor nanocrystals and their optoelectronic device applications (e.g., solar cells, LEDs) with over twenty research publications and more than 700 citations.
With over 10 years of international experience, Itai has gained a broad technical knowledge and leadership skills in chemistry R&D. Itai has led developments of new methods in surface chemistry of nanoparticles, and in novel technologies in the field of semiconductors, focusing on surface chemistry of flat surfaces and self-assembled monolayers. In recent years, Itai has been focusing on R&D of thin film photodetectors.
Itai has gained his Ph.D. from Carl von Ossietzky Universität in Oldenburg, Germany, under the supervision of prof. Jürgen Parisi. His thesis is titled ”Properties tuning of semiconductor nanoparticles through organic and inorganic surface chemistry”.
John Doricko is a deeply experienced global leader in the semiconductor and electronics industry, with experience that spans 30+ years in key executive roles at industry leaders such as Applied Materials, KLA-Tencor and Silicon Valley Group, as well as mid-sized companies and entrepreneurial start-ups. He has worked throughout most areas of process equipment in the semiconductor manufacturing industry, as well various device technologies, and materials supply chain companies. John's deep experience includes setting up and leading specialized wafer foundries in both advanced development and commercialization, and recently Silicon Carbide and compound semi devices, having negotiated, acquired, built a team, qualified technology and key customers for a new Silicon Carbide device foundry in Bend, Oregon. Recently John was tapped by the Department of Defense funded initiative to study and recommend a revitalized semiconductor manufacturing strategy for the United States. The CHIPS ACT was legislated to enable national security, critical infrastructure, and continued leadership in a global industry that is recognized as foundational and strategic for many of the industries of tomorrow. Passage of the CHIPS Act occurred in December, 2020, as part of the National Defense Authorization Act, and was recently fully funded, serving as a symbol + catalyst for the renewed focus the United States has placed on semiconductor and related advanced technologies.
Dr Stuart Stubbs, as Product Director at Quantum Science Ltd., is responsible for the strategic development of QS technology and delivery according to customer requirements.
He is a technology and product development expert with experience in taking a variety of optoelectronic devices from the proof-of-concept stage through to commercialisation. With over 10 years research experience ranging from lasers, semiconductors, nanotechnology, display technology and photovoltaics. During this time, he has lead device and engineering teams to deliver technology products to a wide array of customer profiles. A track record of innovation has led to 25 patents in quantum dot materials, processes and optoelectronic devices.
Stuart has worked on next generation display technology utilising quantum dots for hybrid QD-OLED devices, infrared quantum dot photodetectors and thin film photovoltaic devices based on CIGS materials. After graduating in Physics from Nottingham University it was at Manchester that he completed his PhD on the Photo-physics and applications of nanocrystal colloidal quantum dots.
I am a physicist with a PhD in Physics of condensed matter. I worked in many fields, from biophysics of protein aggregation, fluorescence of point defects in silica, effect of heterogeneity in amorphous matrixes, synthesis and characterization of Quantum Dots, optical characterization of Nanoplatelets in plasmonic gold nanoresonators, study of the stability of 2D-Quantum Dots under high illumination flux and environmental protection of nanoparticles with a new and patented nano-encapsulation technique. I was Manager for 4 years of a young Team of 20 people in Nexdot, an innovative Start-up in Nanotechnology and related Technological Applications. To date, I am the Director of all R&D activity of Nexdot.
Dr. Cohen joined the lighting division of General Electric after receiving his Ph.D. from the University of Michigan in 2000. He has developed a variety of experiences through roles of increasing responsibility in Technology, Manufacturing, and Business Operations that include phosphors and specialty materials development, lighting product design and manufacturing, tungsten wire processing, and commercial sales of phosphors and specialty materials. Dr. Cohen has significant operational experience built on various key roles over nine years in manufacturing including Plant Manager of GE Lighting’s Phosphor and Specialty Chemical Facility. He led GE Lighting’s technical efforts to mitigate rare earth supply and inflation pressures through phosphor innovation, lighting product redesign, and production process optimization for fluorescent lighting products.
Transitioning from traditional lighting materials to LED materials, Dr. Cohen led GE Lighting’s PFS/KSF Red Phosphor innovation, process/manufacturing development, and sales/commercialization activities. After GE’s sale of its commercial lighting business to American Industrial Partners in 2019, he continues as the business leader of the specialty Chemicals and Materials group of Current Lighting Solutions, LLC focused on technical innovation and profitable commercial growth of phosphors and other specialty materials.
Sam J. Camardello, PhD, Director of Phosphors and Advanced Materials at General Electric, Licensing. Sam has 16 years working in the field of optical materials, working on various projects from scintillators, persistent phosphors, LFL/CFL phosphors and most recently LED phosphors.
Sam obtained his BS in Material Science at Alfred University. He went on to earn his MS and PhD in Inorganic Chemistry with a focus on Luminescent Materials from Albany University.
After obtaining her Masters in Nanomaterials cum-laude from Utrecht University (Utrecht, the Netherlands) in 2011, Dr. Van de Haar joined the group of Prof. Albert Polman at the physics research institute AMOLF (Amsterdam, the Netherlands), from where she obtained her PhD in Nanophotonics in 2016. She then moved to Seaborough as Project Manager and Materials Scientist, where she worked on developing new luminescent material systems for LED applications. Currently she is responsible for the Materials Group at Seaborough as Program Director Materials
Prof. Zeger Hens graduated as a master in applied physics from Ghent University in 1995 and obtained a PhD in applied physics from Ghent University in 2000 as a PhD fellow (aspirant) of FWO-Vlaanderen working on semiconductor electrochemistry. Until 2002, he worked as a postdoctoral fellow of FWO-Vlaanderen under supervision of prof. Daniël Vanmaekelbergh at Utrecht University, where he extended his expertise towards semiconductor nanocrystals. He was appointed professor at Ghent University in September 2002, after which he started the research group Physics and Chemistry of Nanostructures (PCN) within the Department of Chemistry. Research has remained the central theme in Prof. Hens’ activities ever since, which led to 280 publications registered on Web of Science that received 16000 citations and an h-index of 67 according to Google Scholar.
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