Sangyoon Lee, senior vice president and general manager at Samsung’s Organic Materials Lab describes Samsung’s leading technologies and material design

About Samsung

Samsung is an electronics company first founded in 1938 in Daegu Korea. Its rapid adjustment from analogue to digital has helped place the company among the industry’s top global players, where it ranks itself number one in the world in memory, quantum dots, TVs and OLED technologies.

About Sangyoon Lee

Sangyoon Lee joined Samsung in 2002 and works in Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology – Central R&D for electronics. Initially working in quantum dots until moving into research in organic semiconductors, he now focuses on displays and specifically OLED technology. He also heads a national project for printed electronics, commanding funds of 180million US dollars over 6 years, with 37 member organisations including Samsung and LG electronics.

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