Nanosys Fall Conference Schedule
Nanosys is gearing up for a busy fall conference schedule with talks at a number of events around the world. From Taiwan to San Francisco to South Korea and back to Santa Clara, we may be sharing the latest updates on Quantum Dot technology at an event near you.
Here’s a brief overview of the upcoming talks. For the latest updates on Nanosys events, be sure to check out our events page.
The Herakleidon Museum is proud to present the solo show ‘The blue hour’ of the painter Olga Alexopoulou curated by Iris Kritikou. The exhibition reveals the artist’s evolution through the colour blue, an evolution that includes the intersection between art and advanced technology including Quantum Dots.
This exhibit will feature a display of blue Quantum Dots courtesy of leading Quantum Dot manufacturer Nanosys.
The Herakleidon Museum is proud to present the Symposium on the History, Technology and Research of the Colour Blue which will take place on Saturday the 9th of November 2019 with some of the top academics and researchers on the colour blue from around the world. Starting from Ancient Greece and reaching all the way to the most cutting-edge technology being developed at Silicon Valley USA right now.
The final presentation ‘Painting with Light’ takes us to the latest developments of advanced technology and how a group of scientists have found a way to reproduce the exact full spectrum of light that humans can see, on screens made with nanotechnology (presented by Jason Hartlove, President & CEO of Nanosys).
Nanosys Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Russell Kempt, will be presenting at IDTechEx’s 2019 Printed Electronics USA event in Silicon Valley this November. Mr. Kempt’s talk, titled “Are Quantum Dots The Ultimate Flexible Printed Display Technology?” will cover recent advances in Quantum Dot technology for printed, flexible displays.