ID Archive: 2003

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Editorial
NHK Demonstrates a Phosphorescent Polymer OLED - and Then Some
By Kenneth I. Werner

My Turn
Is There Any Reason to Do Liquid-Crystal Research in the U.S. ?
By John West

The SID International Symposium and Exhibition Returns to a Resurgent Baltimore
SID 's premier conference and exhibition returns to Baltimore at a time of unprecedented expansion in the flat-panel-display market, surprising work on new technologies, and supply-chain upheavals.
By Ken Werner

Bending the Rules
When flexible displays are made, time-honored rules governing display fabrication and applications must literally be bent.
By Peter J. Slikkerveer

Back to the Future
A look at the history of display development can help us make R&D funding decisions that will take us profitably into the future.
By Allan R. Kmetz

That's Entertainment!
The coverage was broad, but a major thread at the Flat Information Display Conference highlighted the growing importance of non-IT markets for FPDs.
By Alfred Poor

The lOth Color Imaging Conference
CIC celebrated its lOth anniversary with resurgent attendance and a record number of display-related papers.
By Brian Funt and Gabriel Marcu

Letters

SID '03 Hotel Reservation Information

Sustaining Members

Backlight
In Pursuit of the System-on-Glass
By David Liebennan

Calendar of Display-Related Events
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