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OLED (Organic LED) Display Technology and Applications --
Homer Antoniadis, OSRAM Opto Semiconductors
Co-sponsored by the SCV LEOS Chapter

Presentation Slides: "OLED Display Technology and Applications" (870kB PDF)

January 14, 2004

  • Seated dinner served at 6:30 ($25 if reserved before Jan. 10; $30 after & at door; vegetarian available)
  • Presentation (no cost) at 7:30.

    Ramada Inn

  • 1217 Wildwood Ave (Fwy 101 frontage road, between Lawrence Expressway and Great America Parkway), Sunnyvale, (800) 888-3899 -- see map.


  • For dinner and/or meeting: by email to Allen Earman
  • Please reserve for "presentation-only", even if not attending the dinner.

    An overview of organic light emitting diode (OLED) display technology and its applications will be given. The OLED device structure and operation mechanisms will be described. Two different OLED technologies will be compared, those made by vacuum deposition of small molecules and those made by solution processing of polymers. The long term processing and fabrication potential of polymer OLEDs will be contrasted to the most recent full color demonstrators and product introductions of small molecule OLEDs. Examples of display products and demonstrators, made from small molecules and polymers, will be described in detailed.

    Speaker Biography
    Dr. Homer Antoniadis is a Product Development Group Manager at OSRAM-OS and has overall responsibility of designing, engineering, developing and launching the company's first display products based on light emitting polymers. Previously, Dr. Antoniadis was a member of the organic light-emitting diode (OLED) team at the Hewlett-Packard Labs in Palo Alto, CA where he contributed extensively to HP's R&D effort on OLED display technology. In the early 1990s Dr. Antoniadis worked at the University of Rochester and Xerox Corporation on organic optoelectronic devices with emphasis on xerographic photoreceptors, photodiodes/photovoltaics, and light-emitting diodes. He received his B.Sc. in Physics from University of Ioannina, Greece and his Ph.D. degree in transport physics of amorphous silicon from Syracuse University. Dr. Antoniadis is the organizer and member of program committees of multiple OLED technical symposia. He is the author of more than 40 publications in refereed journals and is a named inventor on 11 U.S. patents.

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