OLEDs WORLD SUMMIT 2014

2014/09/29
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  • Jun and Jungho Go to White Castle
  •  McScience attended OLEDs World Summit 2014 (September 16 ~ 18). The summit was held at The Claremont Hotel Club and Spa located in Berkeley, CA, USA. Berkeley is a city on the east shore of San Francisco Bay in northern Alameda County, California. The city is also home of the University of California, Berkeley which is considered one of the most prestigious universities in the world.
  •  There is an interesting story about The Claremont Hotel Club and Spa. Its official opening as a hotel was in 1915. However, its history goes all the way back to the early days of the Gold Rush (19th Century). The original building on the property was destroyed by wildfire and the building was re-born as a hotel by Havens who won the property in a checkers game.




  • From Zero to One Game Begun
  •   Most of industry leading companies and researchers participated to the summit as speakers, sponsors and attendees such as LG Display, Panasonic, Sumitomo Chemical, SKKU, Audi, DuPont Displays, U.S. department of Energy, BLACKBODY, UDC, Philips Lighting, Alkilu, Acuity and many more..




  • Being a Hot Spot
  •   The summit was a great opportunity for us to expose McScience to the OLED industry and the academic society especially those in North America. Also, it was our first opportunity to introduce new T-Series products developed for Flexible Electronics and Organic Semiconductors to global market. We were excited to see tremendous number of visitors to our booth and their profound interests in our products. Since flexible display is hot issue in the market, many visitors showed deep interests in our T-Series products especially T6000 Encapsulation Test System.
  •   The summit was not just a conference with academic talks but also a great venue for business networking. After all, it was one of best conferences to learn OLED market trends, customer’s needs. With our systems, we hope to contribute for advancing OLED technologies.




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