December 2, 14:00-15:30
Precise Roll-to-Plate UV imprinting process for volume production
Jan Matthijs ter Meulen, Morphotonics
The promise and the potential of NanoImprint Lithography (NIL) goes far and wide. From tiny microlens arrays to focus the light on a fingerprint sensor to gratings that relay & magnify a virtual image for your eye in augmented reality smart glasses, the rise of NIL technology is undeniable and all around us. At Morphotonics, we have developed a unique flavor of NIL that we call the Roll-to-Plate (R2P) to facilitate a cost-effective solution for creating micron & nano-scale patterns with semiconductor precision over extremely large surfaces that are greater than a meter-square. With such high manufacturing throughput on large areas at unprecedented accuracies, products that had no commercial viability before can now become real.
In this talk Morphotonics will present the Roll-to-Plate technology, discuss challenges and show large area imprint results.
Co-founder of Morphotonics, responsible for the Roll-to-Plate UV imprint process development and business development.
- Master in Physics (Optics & laser physics, Radboud University Nijmegen) and Master Business Administration (Radboud University Nijmegen).
- Worked at Philips, as development engineer writing the specification of the Blu-ray Disc. As project leader responsible for start-up of the Blu-ray RW pilot-production.
- Worked at Moserbaer India, transferring the BD production to India. has As OLED R&D team leader, integrating light management textures in order to improve the OLED efficiency.
- 21 patent applications, 3 publications as co-author.