The MicroLED Association reaches 30 members, welcomes 3M, UCSB and Fraunfhofer

The MicroLED Industry Association (MIA) continues to grow and welcome new members from across the MicroLED industry. The MIA offers its members a chance to be a part of a unique community and enjoy resources like participation in white papers, online meetings, webinars, and much more. 

Some of the latest members of the MIA include 3M, University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) and Fraunhofer FEP, and here is what they have to say:

Minbeom Seo, 3M's Display Materials Business Development & Strategy manager said : "3M joins the MicroLED Industry Association to solve big problems in microLED display technology and market. We believe we can come up with innovative microLED solutions through collaboration with 3M science and world class partners".

UCSB: The executive director of the Solid-State Lighting and Energy Electronics Center, Professor DenBaars, stated “UCSB is honored to be one of the first Academic Institution to join the MicroLED Industry Association. As a leading MicroLED research center, UCSB looks forward to partnering with MIA members in developing the technology of MicroLED displays.

Fraunhofer FEP: We are pleased to be a new member of MicroLED Association. We are looking forward to a lively and fruitful exchange with the members and the innovative network in order to develop our application-oriented research and technologies further and to meet the needs of our customers, specifically towards µLED-on-CMOS integration technology and microdisplay applications. (Dr. Uwe Vogel, Deputy Director and Head of Business Unit Microdisplays and Sensors)

Posted: Jan 13,2023 by Ron Mertens