2017 SID/DSCC Automotive Display Conference Tuesday, May 23, 2017 LA Convention Center
Alex CM Ma Senior Manager - Sales and Marketing Varitronix
Abstract: Conventional TFTs as we know them today have become ubiquitous in car interiors. Present and future trends for both the interior and exterior require new and innovative solutions. This talk describes our developments in terms of both TFTs and new display technologies such as AMOLED, and how their characteristics can meet the needs of next and future generation automotive displays.
Bio: Alex has worked in the Displays industry for 19 years. After completing a Degree in Industrial manufacturing and System Engineering at The University of Honk Kong, Alex then moved on to complete a Masters degree in System Engineering and Engineering Management at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Alex joined LCD manufacturer Varitronix, originally as a process engineer in 1998, after 3 years he progressed on to the position of Production Manager. By 2006 Alex held the position of Quality Manager for the entire group. Later he took on Managerial responsibility for the new Varitronix factory in Heyuan, China. In 2010, Alex was chosen to lead the group’s growth in to China and was stationed in Varitronix’s Shanghai office as Head of Business Development. From 2011 to 2014 Alex was a Senior Manager in the Varitronix TFT Division focussing on supplier and customer affairs, during this time he was responsible for finding, setting up and negotiating with many suppliers to the TFT division and also worked closely with the overseas sales offices to support customers from the automotive and industrial sectors.
Since 2014 Alex has the held the position of Senior Manager – Automotive Sales and Marketing, where he is leading the teams in Hong Kong and Heyuan to support the growth of TFT, passive LCD, OLED and touch screen technologies in to the global automotive market place.
Date: May 22-26 Society for Information Display (SID) DisplayWeek Business Track Location: Los Angeles Convention Center.