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March 20-22, 2019
Shanghai New International Expo Centre

Pars Mukish

Pars Mukish
Yole Développement, Business Unit Manager

Biography

Pars Mukish holds a master degree in Materials Science & Polymers (ITECH - France) and a master degree in Innovation & Technology Management (EM Lyon - France). Since 2015, Pars MUKISH has taken on responsibility for developing LED, OLED and Sapphire activities as Business Unit Manager at Yole Développement. Previously, he has worked as Marketing Analyst and Techno-Economic Analyst for several years at the CEA (French Research Center).

Abstract

With the increasing success of OLED, and mounting interest in QLED, emissive technologies have already proven their worth and enabled a variety of consumer products with stunning display performance. But microLED could very be another disruptive display technology for a variety of applications. Since the acquisition of startup Luxvue by Apple in 2014 and that of InfiniLED by Facebook-Oculus last year, inorganic LEDs have generated a lot of attention.

Compared to existing LCD and OLED displays, microLEDs offer the promise of high brightness, dramatically reduced power consumption and improved image quality. MicroLED displays could serve the needs of and benefit most applications, spanning from wearable and mobile devices to AR/VR, TVs and even large video displays as demonstrated recently by Sony. So what’s missing? The science is here, but the success of the technology will depend on overcoming a variety of engineering and manufacturing challenges.