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SEMI FPD Expo Taiwan to highlight display, production trends

Posted: 24 May 2002 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:FPD? TFT-LCD? OLED? PDP? display?

Semiconductor Equipment and Materials Int. (SEMI) is set to host the SEMI FPD Expo Taiwan 2002 at Hall II of the Taipei World Trade Center from May 27 to 29, 2002.

Designed to highlight the fast-growing FPD industry in Taiwan, the event will showcase the latest developments from equipment and materials suppliers, panel manufacturers, component manufacturers, services providers and supporting organizations. Last year's edition attracted a total of 41 exhibiting companies and 1,686 visitors, a 62 percent increase from 2000.

The expo will feature a one day market seminar covering the latest FPD trends from a variety of notebook, PC, panel, mobile phone, PDA, and Internet appliance makers. In addition, a manufacturing conference jointly organized by SEMI, the Taipei chapter of the Society for Information Displays (SID), the Taiwan FPD Forum and the Taiwan TFT-LCD Association will be held. The conference will act as a discussion forum on the latest manufacturing techniques used by FPD makers.

Moreover, SID Taipei Chapter and the Taiwan FPD Forum will host a workshop on flat panel and related display technologies, including display characteristics and human factors, matching technology to applications, basic technologies (such as LCD, PDP, OLED, projection systems and other technologies), and general issues in LCD, PDP and OLED manufacturing.

According to a survey by the Industrial Technology Information Service (ITIS) under the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA), Taiwan's LCD output value will grow by 105.5 percent year-on-year to reach NT$236.25 billion in 2002, thanks to booming demand for large-sized TFT-LCD panels.

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