NanoPhotonica to present at the 2016 Quantum Dot Forum

Join NanoPhtonica Inc, IHS, Kateeva, 3M Optical Systems Division and more at the Quantum Dots Forum.


Smithers Apex is pleased to announce the 2016 agenda for the Quantum Dots Forum!


With the rapidly expanding quantum dots market and the exponential growth project over the next five years, you won’t want to miss the Quantum Dots Forum. The agenda is packed with presentations including:


  • Market Trend of Quantum Dot and Wide Color Gamut Display
  • Enabling New Markets with Inexpensive, Low-Hazard CulnSeS Quantum Dots
  • Spectroscopic Aspects of Quantum Dot Light Emitting Diodes
  • Spectral Absorbance of Quantum Materials for Display Applications
  • The Next Generation of Quantum Dot Displays



WHEN: March 9-11  Newport Beach

WHERE: Newport Beach, California




Quantum Dots Forum 2016


SID’s Display Week 2015: Distinguished Paper

“Next-Generation Display Technology: Quantum-Dot LEDs”

Congratulations! On behalf of the Society for Information Display (SID), it is our pleasure to inform you that your paper Next-Generation Display Technology: Quantum-Dot LEDs (Paper 8.3) has been given the honor of being selected as a Distinguished Paper of the 2015 SID International Symposium.

The Program Committee of Display Week 2015 decided this year to select a few papers to recognize some of the most significant technical advances represented in this Symposium.  These papers are given the honor of being named Distinguished Papers.  They were chosen by the program committee from all the contributed papers based on the originality and novelty of the work, the significance of the results, as well as the clarity and quality of the written summary in the technical digest.

More information on SID 2015

Keep an eye out for us next year at SID’s 2016 Display Week

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