Nanosys Quantum Dot Technology Showcased in Groundbreaking Art Exhibit

 

“The Blue Hour” featuring Quantum Dot paintings by the artist Olga Alexopoulou opens today at The Herakleidon Museum in Athens, Greece

Milpitas, Calif., and Athens, Greece, September 24, 2019 – Nanosys Quantum Dot technology will be featured in a groundbreaking art exhibition opening today in Athens, Greece. The exhibition, presented by The Herakleidon Museum and titled “The Blue Hour,” features paintings by artist Olga Alexopoulou that incorporate photoluminescent blue Quantum Dots for a unique artistic effect. Examples of Nanosys state-of-the-art blue Quantum Dots will be displayed alongside the artwork as part of an educational programme on the historical evolution of the color blue. 

“The Blue Hour” will be open at The Herakleidon Museum in Athens, Greece from September 24 through November 24, 2019.

Nanosys CEO Jason Hartlove to speak at  International Symposium on the History, Technology and Research of the Colour Blue  on November 9, 2019

Nanosys CEO Jason Hartlove to speak at International Symposium on the History, Technology and Research of the Colour Blue on November 9, 2019

As part of the exhibition, Nanosys CEO Jason Hartlove will also participate in an International Symposium on the History, Technology and Research of the Colour Blue alongside top academics and researchers from around the world. Mr. Hartlove will present the story of the development of Quantum Dot technology from its discovery at Bell Labs in the 1980s to its use in consumer electronic displays to the development of the unique Quantum Dot paint pigments for this exhibition.