Diode-Based Display Backplane

ONAMI Gap Award includes Amorphyx

The Oregon Nanoscience and Microtechnologies Institute (ONAMI) has awarded Dr. Douglas Keszler, Distinguished Professor of Chemistry at Oregon State University and Director of the Center for Sustainable Materials Chemistry (CSMC), a $250k Gap grant for commercialization of research into a revolutionary device and material system that redefines the cost and performance of displays for devices ranging from smartphones and tablets to large-format flat-panel TVs.  Amorphyx has been chosen as the commercialization partner for the Gap program and will work with Dr. William Cowell of CSMC in execution of the program.  Dr. Cowell, also a co-founder of Amorphyx, recently completed his doctoral work at OSU under Dr. John Wager, the Michael and Judity Gaulke Chair of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at OSU.  

Amorphyx secures ONAMI i6 Challenge Award funding

Amorphyx receives OSU - University Venture Development Funds

Amorphyx has recieved Oregon State Univeristy (OSU) - University Venture Development Funds to support our vision of a universal display backplane switching technology that will support current E-ink and liquid-crystal display manufacturing as well as emerging high-performance flexible, organic light-emitting devices (OLED), and 3D display technologies.

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