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LG Display (Seoul, Korea), a leading innovator of display technologies, announced that two of its research papers on ‘ultra-large OLED display’ and ‘Stretchable display’ have been selected as Distinguished Papers by the Society for Information Display (SID).


OLED microdisplays have so far been developed predominantly on 200mm wafers. These conventional CMOS technologies and the associated backplane design have limited the number and size of pixels until now. At the Fraunhofer Institute for Organic Electronics, Electron Beam and Plasma Technology FEP (Dresden, Germany), OLED microdisplays have been realised for the first time in a 28-nanometre backplane technology on 300mm wafers within the "Backplane" project funded by the Saxon State Ministry of Economics, Labour and Transport (SMWA).


LG Display, a world-leading innovator of display technologies, has recently announced that its 65-inch OLED TV panel earned the Product Carbon Footprint Certification from the Carbon Trust. With this achievement, the OLED panel maker aims to further solidify the company’s leadership in the industry.

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