CEATEC (Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies) is Japan’s largest IT and electronics exhibition and conference – with an attendance of over 200,000 visitors. The 2018 event will take place on October 16-19, in Makuhari Messe outside of Tokyo.
Kyulux will have a booth at this year’s event, as part of METI’s J-Startup initiative. Our booth number will be S016. Kyulux was selected as one of three companies that will give a presentation as part of the JPO’s IP-acceleration track, which discusses how start-ups in Japan leverage unique IP to accelerate their business. Kyulux’s CEO Junji Adachi will give a lecture titled “Hyperfluorescence, a game changing technology for OLED Displays”. The lecture will be given at 3:30-4:30 p.m. at the International Exhibition Hall 4, TA3-3,
The Japanese Research Association for Organic Electronic Materials (JOEM) will host its 230th workshop titled “Front Line of Materials Venture” on September 28, in Shujuku NS Building in Tokyo.
The workshop invited Kyulux’s CTO, Hisashi Okada to give a talk titled “Hyperfluorescence™-Materializing the future of OLEDs” at the conference. Dr. Chihaya Adachi, Kyulux’s Co-Founder, Scientific Advisor and Ex Officio Board Member is the chairman of the JOEM association.
The Deloitte Tohmatsu Group held its Innovation Summit at the Tokyo International Forum on Tuesday, September 11. Over 300 startups (Japanese and foreign ones) were invited to participate and share their cutting-edge innovations.
Kyulux, and other J-Startup‘s companies, attended the event and had a small booth as part of the exhibition at the summit.
The OLEDs World Summit, now in its 20th year, is the world’s longest running OLED event. The summit brings together the entire supply chain including display and component makers, lighting manufacturers and end-users.
Kyulux’s CEO, Junji Adachi, was invited to give a talk during this pivotal event. Adachi’s talk “Hyperfluorescence, a Disruptive Technology, Changes the OLED Displays” will be given on September 19th, at 2:00 pm at the Performance and Efficiency Session.
In July 2018, the Japan Patent Office (JPO) launched a new program to support Japanese startup companies that collaborate with large corporation with regards to IP and business development. The new program is titled IP Acceleration Program for Startups (IPAS).
The JPO reviewed 59 startups for the IPAS program, and Kyulux was one of the ten startups selected to join. The JPO assigned top-tier IP professionals and will provide Kyulux with a variety of strategic IP support services. Kyulux develops world-class material technologies, and is working with LG Display, Samsung and other leading companies in the OLED industry.