Dr Keith StricklandCo-CEO & CTO
Keith has over 23 years’ experience in the semiconductor industry starting with GEC-Plessey Semiconductors in 1995, and has held various senior engineering, management, and executive roles within Mitel / Zarlink and now Plessey Semiconductors.
Keith holds a B.Sc. Honours degree in Physics and Electronics (1987), M.Sc. degree in Semiconductor Devices (1988) and a Ph.D. in Solid State Physics (1992) from the University of Lancaster in the UK. Keith has written numerous publications, presenting papers at national and international conferences over many years, holds several patents relating to automated IC design techniques and sits on several national steering group panels for major university-funded science programmes in the UK. As Plessey’s CTO Keith was instrumental in the development strategy of GaN on Silicon platform technology.
- CS International
- 17 Nov 2020 - 18 Nov 2020
- All Day
Display Week 2020
Where the World’s Electronic Display Industry Meets
SID’s Display Week, now in its 57th year, is where the world’s next-generation electronic display creators, technologists, value-add suppliers, and market-making end-users gather to stay current, and get ahead.
Plessey will be exhibiting at Display Week 2020 to showcase our proprietary monolithic microLED technology which is set to disrupt the display market and make possible a new generation of augmented reality devices and display solutions.
Visit us at #2014, Moscone Center, San Francisco
Our MicroLED technology enables simplified optical systems that are brighter, smaller, lighter and higher performing than incumbent light sources currently used in AR/MR headsets, smart glasses, pico-projectors and HUDs.
A pioneer in compact high resolution microdisplay technologies.
Plessey and Compound Photonics join forces to develop the World’s smallest 1080p (1920×1080 pixel) microLED based near-eye display solution for AR/MR product developers on a scalable and extensible platform that addresses current, emerging and future display technology requirements.
Read more about the patnership here.
SID’s Display Week Symposium - Session 30
- Wednesday, June 10 - 9:00AM - 10:20AM
- GaN on Silicon: The Way Forward Across a Range of Micro LED Applications
- As microLEDs begin to find some market traction together with the continued excitement for the new applications that will be enabled by this nascent display technology, this paper will review Plessey’s GaN on Silicon technology and monolithic approach, providing a thesis for its deployment across a range of applications. There is an enormous opportunity for microLEDs to penetrate major display markets and replace incumbent LCD and OLED (organic light-emitting diode) technologies in a wide range of applications, from HDTVs to smartphones and wearables, together with providing solutions to the emerging markets such as augmented reality (AR) headsets. According to research consultancy Yole Développement, the microLED market could reach up to 330 million units by 2025. While there are a number of challenges yet to be resolved before microLED technology can fulfil its considerable potential, the various solutions to these challenges will be discussed and critiqued against various application needs.
Speakers:Dr Keith Strickland