NanoPhotonica, an industry leader in quantum dot, nanomaterials and device technology, today announced that it has secured a $3.5M investment from Samsung Ventures and DeepWork Capital. The investment, led by Samsung Ventures, will help the company further develop and commercialize its world-class quantum dot and related nanomaterial technology.
NanoPhotonica today announced that Chris Morton, CEO, NanoPhotonica, will present at the Society for Information Display (SID)/ Display Supply Chain Consultants (DSCC) annual investor conference on Tuesday, May 14, 2019.
"We are excited about the future of Electroluminescence Quantum Dot Light Emitting Diodes (EL-QLED) technology, and for the opportunity to share the power of NanoPhotonica's next-generation nanomaterials at the display industry's premier conference," said Morton. "Over the next several years, we predict that QLED technology will transform HD TVs, followed by integration into smaller screens."
NanoPhotonica announced the launch of a world-class advisory board, building on its growing industry presence. The initial members are Seth Coe-Sullivan, PhD (VP and Chief Technology Officer at Luminit, LLC), Richard S. Payne (PhD, background in monetizing technology using Semiconductors and MEMS), and Ross Young (Founder and CEO of DSCC).
NanoPhotonica has won a contract with giant Lockheed Martin to demonstrate the application of its Quantum Dot Light Emitting Diode (QLED) nanomaterials and device technology to new application and configurations. NanoPhotonica co-founder and CEO Chris Morton said, "We are pleased that Lockheed Martin has recognized the benefits of our QLED offerings, and look forward to working closely with them. It is exciting to work with an industry leader to enable both commercial and aerospace applications from a single technical platform.”