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- Dr. Bernhard Straub
Daimler AG, Germany
Automotive Displays in the field of Consumer Electronic and Vehicle Integration
Dr. Bernhard Straub is manager for display technologies at Group Research and Development of Daimler AG in Sindelfingen, Germany. From 1982-1989, he was scientific assistant at the Institute for Physical Electronics (Stuttgart University) where he received his PhD on Photogrammetry and Digital Image Processing.
In 1989 he started as scientific engineer for digital image processing and sensor technologies and from 1996-2010 he was responsible for displays- and controls in Group Research. Since 2010 he is in charge of Display Development in Advanced Engineering and serial development.
- Dr. Sung-Chul Kim
Samsung Display Co., Ltd., Korea
AMOLED, Future Displays and Technologies
□ Birth : 1961
□ Academic Background (Recipience).
- 1992 Ph.D of Physics, Kyung Hee Univ.
□ Major Career
- 2015 EVP, Chief of Research Center, Samsung Display
- 2014 EVP, Chief of OLED Development Center, Samsung Display
- 2013 SVP, Chief of Flexible Development Team, Samsung Display
SVP, Chief of U-PJT, Samsung Display
- 2012 SVP, Chief of Development 1 Center, Samsung Mobile Display
- 2011 SVP, Chief of Research Center, Samsung Mobile Display
- 2010 SVP, Chief of OLED Development Center, Samsung Mobile Display
- 2008 VP, OLED Development Team, Samsung Mobile Display
- 2006 VP, AM Development Team, Samsung SDI
- 2000 Joined Samsung SDI
- Prof. Hideo Hosono
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Materials issue for large-sized OLEDs driven by oxide TFTs
He received his Ph.D at 1982 in Applied Chemistry from Tokyo Metropolitan University, and became a Professor at Materials and Structures Laboratory (MSL), Tokyo Institute of Technology in 1999 via associate professors of Nagoya Institute of Technology, National Institute for Molecular Science and Tokyo Tech. He is serving as the founding director of Materials Research Center for Element Strategy and a member of Science Council of Japan.
Dr.Hosono proposed a design concept for transparent amorphous oxide semiconductors (TAOSs) with large electron mobility in 1996 and reported IGZO (InGaZnOx)-thin film transistors in 2003 and 2004. He is known as the discoverer of an Iron-pnictide superconductor in 2008 which was chosen as a breakthrough of the year 2008 by the Science Magazine. He has received various awards including a medal with purple ribbon (2008),Thomson Reuters Citation Laureate in Physics (2013), APS McGroddy Prize (2015), and the Imperial Prize & the Japan Academy Prize (2015). His major concern is design and exploration of novel active Materials (semiconductors, superconductors and catalysts).
as of April 15, 2016