1. Developing Optoelectronic Applications as Easy as Printing
2. Solutions for full colour AR displays
Arrive at 5:30pm to prepare for seminar which starts at 6pm.
Developing Optoelectronic Applications as Easy as Printing
Imagine having access to cartridges loaded with different optoelectronic devices (microsensors, microLEDs, micro-chipset, micro-AI unit, etc.) and a printer that can print them on substrates to create multifunctional surfaces™. This is what VueReal is achieving with its microSolid Printing platform. It will revolutionize how we make hardware applications, eliminating the limitations imposed by manufacturing CapEx, high volume requirements, and lead times while offering access to a wide range of functionalities, ease of manufacturing, and higher-performance devices.
This solution allows different small devices to be integrated into surfaces affordably, scalably and rapidly. It can meet the demands and cost of smartphone displays and enable large-size TV screens. There are no compatibility issues with different material sets for other devices such as sensors, chiplet, etc.
Let's discuss how VueReal microSolid printing works and how it addresses the significant issues associated with the selective and mass integration of micrometres-size devices (e.g. cost, yield, throughput, and performance). We will review some case studies such as AR, Smartphones, smartwatches, IT, and automotive displays.
Full-colour AR Displays
There are many different approaches to full-colour AR displays (some of these methods can also be used for other applications). Let's review them and discuss the pros and cons of each method!
Reza Chaji is the CEO and co-founder of VueReal Inc. This Waterloo-based company is focused on revolutionary technologies for enhancing electronic systems (displays, sensors, AI, Autonomy, medical, health, automotive, …) by integrating millions of micro optoelectronic devices into system substrates scalably, affordably and rapidly.
He has extensive experience in developing and commercialization of advanced technologies. His work for enhancing OLED TVs' yield, quality and reliability is adopted in today’s OLED TVs.
He received his Ph.D. degree (2008) in Electrical Engineering at the University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada, where he worked on designing and implementing large-area electronic systems for AMOLED displays, biomedical imagers, and bio-array sensors.
He has over 70 published papers and one book in the field of display and sensor, over 200 filed/granted patent applications, and received several prestigious scholarships and awards, including the Young Alumni Achievement Medal, Faculty of Engineering, University of Waterloo, 2012; CMC Douglas R. Colton Medal for Research Excellence 2009; and Strategic Microelectronics Council of ITAC Industrial Collaboration Award 2007.
Wednesday, Aug 16 ⋅ 6pm PT (9pm ET)
DuPont Silicon Valley Technology & Innovation Center, 965 W Maude Ave, Sunnyvale, CA 94085, USA