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TABLE OF CONTENTS


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   Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations.....I-1  
   Disclaimers.....I-2
Data Interpretation & Reporting Level.....I-2
  
   Quantitative Techniques & Analytics.....I-3
Product Definitions and Scope of Study.....I-3
  
   Outlook: Exponential Growth Ahead.....II-4 1$100
   Table 1: Market Potential for Organic Electronics based Applications: Percentage Breakup for 2008 and 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-5
The Printed Electronics Markets Steers Past the Recession.....II-5
Manufacturing of Organic Electronics Advances with Innovations in Printing
  Equipment.....II-5
1$350
   Growing Popularity of Bio-Organic Electronics.....II-6
Organic Electronics for Sustainable Economic Growth.....II-6
1$100
   Introduction.....II-7
History.....II-7
Processing Techniques.....II-7
Materials used in Organic Electronics:.....II-7
Functionality.....II-7
1$100
   Conductors.....II-8
Organic Semiconductors.....II-8
Substrates.....II-8
Dielectrics.....II-8
Types of Materials.....II-8
Small molecules.....II-8
Polymers.....II-8
1$100
   Oligomers.....II-9
Organic/Inorganic Hybrids.....II-9
Quest for New Materials.....II-9
1$100
   Printability - A Key Factor.....II-101$100
   Organic Electronics - Components and Products.....II-11
Organic Electronics - Applications, Advantages and Competing Technologies.....II-11
1$100
   Long Term (2020) Road Map for Various Organic and Printed Electronic
  Applications.....II-12
Challenges Faced.....II-12
Key Players.....II-12
1$100
   Manufacturers of Organic Electronic Materials - Product Matrix.....II-131$100
   Patent Filing.....II-141$100
   Organic Light Emitting Diodes.....II-15
OLEDs - Poised for Strong Growth.....II-15
1$100
   Benefits of OLEDs in Various Applications.....II-16
Geographic Landscape.....II-16
Supply Chain.....II-16
OLED Displays.....II-16
1$100
   Benefits Galore.....II-17
Limitations.....II-17
OLED Technology Enters Television Market.....II-17
1$100
   Challenges.....II-18
High Cost of Manufacturing.....II-18
Competition from Alternative Technologies.....II-18
Market Participants.....II-18
1$100
   Technology Innovators.....II-19
Research Based Firms.....II-19
Application Designers.....II-19
Fabrication Equipment Suppliers.....II-19
Contract Manufacturers.....II-19
Organic Material Vendors.....II-19
Leading Players in OLED Displays Market.....II-19
1$100
   Table 2: Leading Players in the Global OLED Displays Market (2010): Percentage Breakdown by Value Sales for Samsung SDI, LG Electronics, RiT Displays, Pioneer, Univision, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-20
OLED Lighting.....II-20
1$350
   Stage Set for Mass Production of OLED Lighting.....II-21
Companies into OLED Lighting.....II-21
Organic Thin Film Transistors.....II-21
RFID Tags.....II-21
1$100
   Companies Involved.....II-22
RFID Tags -The Timeline.....II-22
O-TFT Backplanes.....II-22
1$100
   O-TFT Backplanes - The Timeline.....II-23
Sensors.....II-23
Participants.....II-23
Organic Sensors – The Timeline.....II-23
Organic Photovoltaics.....II-23
1$100
   Promising Technology.....II-24
The Timeline.....II-24
Participants.....II-24
1$100
   Key Benefits.....II-25
Intelligent Packaging.....II-25
Printed Memory.....II-25
Developments.....II-25
1$100
   Timeline.....II-26
E-Textiles.....II-26
Organic Lasers.....II-26
1$100
   The United States.....II-27
Japan.....II-27
Japanese Government Initiatives Through Nedo.....II-27
Timeline (*) for NEDO’s Organic EL Related Projects in METI by Division - Electronics
  and Information Technology and Nanotechnology and Materials.....II-27
1$100
   Development of Basic Technology for Next-generation Large Organic EL Displays
  Project.....II-28
NEDO’s Projects in Organic Electronics (Related to Electronics and Information
  Technologies) by Budget, Development Objectives, and Selected
    Organizations.....II-28
1$100
   Europe.....II-29
Government Funding and Initiatives.....II-29
Project for Developing Organic Electronics for Medical Testing.....II-29
1$100
   Germany – The Global leader in Organic Electronics:.....II-30
Government and Industry Players Invest in Organic Photovoltaics Research.....II-30
1$100
   United Kingdom.....II-31
Asia.....II-31
1$100
   Eastman Kodak Launches EK-GD403.....II-32
Eastman Kodak Introduces KODAK OLED Wireless Frame.....II-32
CDT and Silvaco Develop UOTFT SPICE Model.....II-32
eMagin to Unveil SXGA OLED-XL Microdisplay.....II-32
1$100
   Toshiba Matsushita Develops OLED Panel with Longest Product Life Span.....II-33
Corning Unveils Jade Glass.....II-33
Samsung SDI Introduces 31-inch Organic Display Screen.....II-33
DuPont Develops New OLED Materials.....II-33
OSRAM Launches Transparent White OLED.....II-33
LG.Philips and Universal Display Develop AMOLED Display.....II-33
2$200
   Henkel Partners with Holst for Research on Flexible Electronics.....II-35
ONDL Inks Licensing Agreement With CDT.....II-35
DuPont Inks Technology Licensing Agreement for AMOLED Displays.....II-35
CSEM Institute Establish Facility for Mass Production of Organic Electronics.....II-35
1$100
   Konarka Inks R&D Collaboration Deal with Konica Minolta.....II-36
Moser Baer Plans to Establish a New OLED Facility.....II-36
Sigma-Aldrich and 3M Partner to Market TIPS Pentacene, an Organic
  Semiconductor.....II-36
1$100
   Novaled Teams Up with Holst Centre for OLEDs.....II-37
EC Grants Clearance for Ledon OLED Joint Venture.....II-37
BASF Takes Over CIBA.....II-37
1$100
   Sumitomo to Construct P-OLED Manufacturing Process Development Line.....II-38
Sumitomo, CDT and Novaled Enter into an Agreement.....II-38
Sigma-Aldrich Enters into an Agreement with Plextronics.....II-38
CSEM Enters into Agreement with Ciba.....II-38
1$100
   Visionox Starts Mass Production of OLEDs.....II-39
Competitive Technologies Enters into an Agreement with Articulated
  Technologies.....II-39
Sumitomo Acquires Cambridge Display Technology.....II-39
AIXTRON Receives Order from IPMS.....II-39
1$100
   Vitex to Partner with Novaled.....II-40
Toshiba Matsushita to Manufacture OEL Panels.....II-40
Universal Display Corporation Secures U.S. DOE Contract.....II-40
1$100
   Samsung Electronics to Enter into Joint Venture with Samsung SDI.....II-41
Rohm and Haas Takes Over Gracel Display.....II-41
Dupont to Enter into an Alliance with Dainippon Screen.....II-41
Merck Enters into Partnership with DELO.....II-41
Merck to Acquire the Intellectual Property Portfolio of OLED-T.....II-41
1$100
   CDT Takes Over Next Sierra.....II-42
Eastman Kodak Enters into Agreement with CMO and CMEL.....II-42
Plextronics Secures Phase II Funding Contract from The U.S. Display Consortium.....II-42
Philips and Osram Enter into Cross-license Agreement.....II-42
Universal Display Enters into Agreement with CMEL.....II-42
1$100
   BASF to Establish Organic Electronics R&D Center in Singapore.....II-43
UK to Establish New Plastic Electronics Center.....II-43
GE, Tokki Corp Enter into an Agreement to Develop PECVD Film Encapsulation.....II-43
Ciba to Enter into Collaboration with VTT.....II-43
1$100
   Unidym Enters into Agreement with IMRE.....II-44
BASF Future Business and Polyera Collaborate to Develop and Market Organic
  Semiconductors.....II-44
BASF Future Business and Rieke Metals to Commercialize Organic Semiconductors.....II-44
Ciba Specialty Chemicals and VTT Technical Research Center Collaborate in Printed
  Electronics.....II-44
1$100
   ORFID and BASF to Team Up for Development of Printable Organic Electronics.....II-45
Mitsui and Idemitsu Form OLED Alliance.....II-45
Fuji Photo Develops Plastic Optical Fiber with Maximum Data-Carrying
  Capability.....II-45
U.S Army and eMagin Sign an Agreement for Research on OLED.....II-45
1$100
   Universal Display and Mitsubishi Chemical Collaborate on Printable OLED
  Materials.....II-46
1$100
   AGC Seimi Chemical Co., Ltd. (Japan).....II-47
Aixtron AG (Germany).....II-47
BASF Future Business GmbH (Germany).....II-47
Cambridge Display Technology Ltd. (UK).....II-47
Corning Incorporated (USA.....II-47
1$100
   E Ink Corporation (USA).....II-48
E. I. Du Pont de Nemours and Company (USA).....II-48
Eastman Kodak Company (USA).....II-48
1$100
   eMagin Corporation (USA).....II-49
H.C. Starck GmbH (Germany).....II-49
Merck KGaA (Germany).....II-49
1$100
   OSRAM GmbH (Germany).....II-50
Poly-Optical Products, Inc. (USA).....II-50
Plastic Logic (UK).....II-50
Samsung SDI Co., Ltd. (South Korea).....II-50
1$100
   Seiko Epson Corporation (Japan).....II-51
Sharp Corporation (Japan).....II-51
Solvay S.A (Belgium).....II-51
TDK Corporation (Japan).....II-51
1$100
   Tohoku Pioneer Corporation (Japan).....II-52
Univision Technology, Inc. (Taiwan).....II-52
1$100
   Table 3: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis on Organic Electronics by Application Markets – OLED Displays, OLED Lighting, RFID Tags, OTFT Backplanes, TFPV/ Organic Photovoltaic, and Sensors Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Million for Years 2008 through 2017 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-531$350
   Table 4: World 10-Year Perspective on Organic Electronics by Application Markets – OLED Displays, OLED Lighting, RFID Tags, OTFT Backplanes, TFPV/ Organic Photovoltaic, and Sensors for Years 2008, 2011 & 2017 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-541$350
    
 
 


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