EE290D (Spring 1999):
30" TFT-LCD monitor (Samsung)
Flat-Panel Display Technologies
TuTh 9:30-11 AM, 531 Cory Hall
Prof. Tsu-Jae King:
(510) 643-9251; email@example.com
Office hours: Tu 11-1 & We 1-2; 567 Cory Hall
Rapid technological advances have been made in the electronic information display industry during the past decade, driven by the need for high-resolution, high-performance displays which are lightweight and power-efficient. The flat-panel display (FPD) industry is growing at a pace reminiscent of the semiconductor industry, with a worldwide market forecast to exceed $20 billion by the year 2001.
This course will begin with an overview of the display market and a discussion of the dominant and emerging FPD technologies. It will then cover the basics of human vision and metrics for evaluating display performance. Various FPD technologies will then be discussed in detail. Topics to be covered include liquid crystal displays, thin-film transistors for active-matrix displays, field-emission displays, plasma display panels, electroluminescent displays, light-emitting diode displays, microdisplays and micromechanical displays.
Course Information, Updated Syllabus and List of Handouts
(Extra handouts available outside 567 Cory.)
Please pick up your graded HW#6 and project reports outside 567 Cory.
Click here to view the final course grades.
I would like to commend all the students for outstanding oral presentations! I was truly impressed by the creative ideas and approaches which were described. Special congratulations go to the following award winners:
- Rob Conant & Jocelyn Nee: Laser-Scanning Displays (voted Most Likely to Succeed)
- Sang Hun Lee & Yun Lin: Microchannel Plate Display (voted Most Innovative/Creative)
- Igor Polishchuk & Yee-Chia Yeo: Circular poly-Si TFTs (voted Best Presentation)