Onno LintCEO & Co-Founder | Morphotonics B.V.
Large-Area Nanoimprinting for Display Optics: Challenges & Opportunities
The demand for micron- and nanoscale surface customization in displays is on the rise, with a projected 16% CAGR through 2027. Companies worldwide, both big and small, are striving to add value, functionalities, and smarts to display surfaces in order to differentiate their products. The global display market is expected to double in size from $115B in 2021 to $216B by 2031, making this a lucrative business opportunity.
Despite exploring more sophisticated structures for displays, the industry is facing challenges in achieving design freedom and commercially feasible manufacturing. Morphotonics has developed a unique solution to bridge this gap. Our proprietary large area nanoimprint technology enables design freedom and high-volume manufacturing, making it commercially viable for a wide range of products. With over 15 years of experience, Morphotonics helps customers develop micro- and nanostructured products that take full advantage of large surface areas - in ANY optics, ANY display, ANY size.
Our innovative large area nanoimprint technology has been adopted by leading display, automotive, and deep technology customers in Europe, the United States, and Asia. At Morphotonics, we continue to push the boundaries of what is possible with nanoimprinting.
CEO and co-founder of Morphotonics. Previously initiating companies in SME management consulting, high volume manufacturing of polyester technical performance yarns, development of 3D printing and bio-based materials. Corporate (consulting) experience with KPN, France Télécom, DSM, and Royal Philips. Areas of expertise include R&D valuation and early stage Business Assessment. Former academic (part-time) positions as (assistant/associate/adjunct) professor in Finance and/or Strategy domains at different Business Schools throughout Europe.