2018 SID/DSCC Business Conference May 21st - May 24th, 2018 LA Convention Center
Jason Hartlove President and CEO Nanosys
Abstract: Quantum Dot Color Conversion: Accelerating MicroLED’s Path to Market Direct-view microLED displays have the potential to deliver significant improvements in contrast, color and reliability compared to today’s LCDs or OLEDs. However, low manufacturing productivity continues to limit market adoption of the technology. Printed Quantum Dot color conversion layers solve this manufacturing issue by reduce microLED manufacturing process complexity by up to 8x, enabling lower cost devices that will soon be in mass-production. This talk will provide an update on the unique properties, potential applications and R&D trends for Quantum Dot color conversion layers for MicroLEDs and other emissive display technologies. Bio: Jason Hartlove joined Nanosys in 2008 with a proven track record of turning emerging technologies into successful commercial products. His vision for Nanosys has led the company to focus on high-growth markets with urgent pain points that Nanosys technologies are uniquely positioned to solve such as vibrant, efficient displays for portable devices.
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, a Hewlett-Packard owned company. At Agilent, he led the commercial development and application of optical position sensing technology, which resulted in everyday products like the optical mouse and image sensors for digital cameras.
Hartlove is the author of more than 20 patents, including the winner of the Hewlett Award in 2004 for best patent. He holds a B.S. in electrical engineering from UCLA and has completed graduate work at the Anderson School of Management at UCLA.