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Steven Van Slyke

Steven Van Slyke (born July 19, 1956) is an American chemist, best known for his co-invention of the Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) and his contributions to the commercial development of OLED displays. Van Slyke is currently the Chief Technology Officer at Kateeva, Inc. Prior to joining Kateeva, he held various positions at Eastman Kodak and was involved in all aspects of OLED Technology, from basic materials development to implementation of full-color OLED display manufacturing.

Steven Van Slyke
Born (1956-07-19)July 19, 1956 (age 65)
Denver, Colorado
NationalityUSA
Alma materIthaca College
Rochester Institute of Technology
Known forDevelopment of OLED Technology
AwardsEastman Innovation Award (2000)

Jan Rajchman Prize (2001)
ACS Nation Team Award (2004)
Consumer Electronics Hall of Fame (2013)

National Inventors Hall of Fame (2018)
Scientific career
FieldsChemistry
Materials science
InstitutionsEastman Kodak Company
Kateeva

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Steven Van Slyke received his BA degree in chemistry from Ithaca College and his MS degree in materials science from Rochester Institute of Technology. He joined Eastman Kodak in 1979 as a Research Scientist and, together with Ching W. Tang, discovered key materials and thin-film device configurations leading to the demonstration of efficient Organic Light Emitting Diode structures. Van Slyke is now the Chief Technology Officer at Kateeva, responsible for the implementation of proprietary ink-jet printing technologies for more efficient manufacturing of OLED displays.

Van Slyke's career at Kodak led to the discovery of new organic material and layer structures providing efficient and stable OLED devices as well as to the development of novel methods for high volume manufacturing of OLED displays. In particular, Van Slyke identified metal chelate structures that provided emission with high durability across the visible spectrum, as well as key hole transporting materials useful for providing confinement of excited states within the OLED structure. Van Slyke and his teams also developed linear deposition sources that are now used in high volume manufacturing of full color OLED displays and also introduced the RGBW (four sub-pixel) display configuration found in OLED TV's. These accomplishments are described in over 40 U.S. patents and over 50 publications and presentations in the areas of electronic materials development, device architecture and manufacturing.

At Kateeva, Van Slyke's responsibilities include the development of the company's inkjet display manufacturing technologies, with a focus on thin-film encapsulation and RGB pixel pattering of state of the art OLED displays, and identifying new inkjet business opportunities.

  • 2018 - National Inventors Hall of Fame "in recognition of an innovation that has contributed to the nation's welfare and the progress of science and useful arts"
  • 2014 - Thomson Reuters Citation Laureate "for the invention of the organic light emitting diode"
  • 2013 - Consumer Electronics Hall of Fame "for pioneering work that led to the invention of the Organic Light-emitting Diode"
  • 2010 - Distinguished Alumni Award, Watertown High School “for the invention of a new display technology”
  • 2006 - Fellow of the Society for Information Display "for his pioneering work and many contributions to the science and technology of organic light-emitting-diode (OLED) displays"
  • 2004 - Eastman Kodak Research Fellow "for extraordinary contributions to the Eastman Kodak Company"
  • 2004 - American Chemical Society National Award for Team Innovation "for successfully moving an innovative idea to a product now in commercial use"
  • 2003 - Eastman Kodak Company Distinguished Inventors Gallery "for studies in the field of Organic Light Emitting Diodes"
  • 2002 - Rochester Inventor of the Year of the Rochester Intellectual Property Law Association "for outstanding contribution to the community and to the nation by promoting progress of the useful arts through invention and the use of the patent system"
  • 2001 - American Chemical Society Northeast Regional Industrial Innovation Award "for the invention and commercialization of a new display technology"
  • 2001 - Jan Rajchman Prize of the Society of Information Display "for pioneering contributions to the underlying science and technology of organic light-emitting diodes that lead to the commercialization of flat-panel OLED displays"
  • 2000 - Eastman Innovation Award, Eastman Kodak Company's highest award "in recognition of extraordinary innovative contributions leading to business success for Eastman Kodak Company"
  • Van Slyke, S. A.; Pignata, A.; Freeman, D.; Redden, N.; Waters, D.; Negishi, T.; Kanno, H.; Nishio, Y.; Nakai, M. (2002). "Linear Source Deposition of Organic Layers for Full-Color OLED". Proceedings of the SID International Symposium. 33 (1): 886–889.
  • Van Slyke, S. A.; Tang, C. W. (1996). Blue emitting organic electroluminescent devices. Proc. 8th Int. Workshop on Inorganic and Organic Electroluminescence. Berlin, Germany.

Steven Van Slyke
Steven Van Slyke Language Watch Edit Steven Van Slyke born July 19 1956 is an American chemist best known for his co invention of the Organic Light Emitting Diode OLED and his contributions to the commercial development of OLED displays Van Slyke is currently the Chief Technology Officer at Kateeva Inc Prior to joining Kateeva he held various positions at Eastman Kodak and was involved in all aspects of OLED Technology from basic materials development to implementation of full color OLED display manufacturing Steven Van SlykeBorn 1956 07 19 July 19 1956 age 65 Denver ColoradoNationalityUSAAlma materIthaca College Rochester Institute of TechnologyKnown forDevelopment of OLED TechnologyAwardsEastman Innovation Award 2000 Jan Rajchman Prize 2001 ACS Nation Team Award 2004 Consumer Electronics Hall of Fame 2013 National Inventors Hall of Fame 2018 Scientific careerFieldsChemistry Materials scienceInstitutionsEastman Kodak Company Kateeva Contents 1 Education and career 2 Awards 3 Selected publications 4 ReferencesEducation and career EditSteven Van Slyke received his BA degree in chemistry from Ithaca College and his MS degree in materials science from Rochester Institute of Technology He joined Eastman Kodak in 1979 as a Research Scientist and together with Ching W Tang discovered key materials and thin film device configurations leading to the demonstration of efficient Organic Light Emitting Diode structures Van Slyke is now the Chief Technology Officer at Kateeva responsible for the implementation of proprietary ink jet printing technologies for more efficient manufacturing of OLED displays Van Slyke s career at Kodak led to the discovery of new organic material and layer structures providing efficient and stable OLED devices as well as to the development of novel methods for high volume manufacturing of OLED displays In particular Van Slyke identified metal chelate structures that provided emission with high durability across the visible spectrum as well as key hole transporting materials useful for providing confinement of excited states within the OLED structure Van Slyke and his teams also developed linear deposition sources that are now used in high volume manufacturing of full color OLED displays and also introduced the RGBW four sub pixel display configuration found in OLED TV s These accomplishments are described in over 40 U S patents and over 50 publications and presentations in the areas of electronic materials development device architecture and manufacturing At Kateeva Van Slyke s responsibilities include the development of the company s inkjet display manufacturing technologies with a focus on thin film encapsulation and RGB pixel pattering of state of the art OLED displays and identifying new inkjet business opportunities Awards Edit2018 National Inventors Hall of Fame in recognition of an innovation that has contributed to the nation s welfare and the progress of science and useful arts 2014 Thomson Reuters Citation Laureate for the invention of the organic light emitting diode 1 2013 Consumer Electronics Hall of Fame for pioneering work that led to the invention of the Organic Light emitting Diode 2 2010 Distinguished Alumni Award Watertown High School for the invention of a new display technology 2006 Fellow of the Society for Information Display for his pioneering work and many contributions to the science and technology of organic light emitting diode OLED displays 3 2004 Eastman Kodak Research Fellow for extraordinary contributions to the Eastman Kodak Company 2004 American Chemical Society National Award for Team Innovation for successfully moving an innovative idea to a product now in commercial use 4 2003 Eastman Kodak Company Distinguished Inventors Gallery for studies in the field of Organic Light Emitting Diodes 2002 Rochester Inventor of the Year of the Rochester Intellectual Property Law Association for outstanding contribution to the community and to the nation by promoting progress of the useful arts through invention and the use of the patent system 2001 American Chemical Society Northeast Regional Industrial Innovation Award for the invention and commercialization of a new display technology 2001 Jan Rajchman Prize of the Society of Information Display for pioneering contributions to the underlying science and technology of organic light emitting diodes that lead to the commercialization of flat panel OLED displays 5 2000 Eastman Innovation Award Eastman Kodak Company s highest award in recognition of extraordinary innovative contributions leading to business success for Eastman Kodak Company Selected publications EditSpindler J P Hatwar T K Miller M E Arnold A D Murdoch M J Kane P J Ludwicki J E Alessi P J Van Slyke S A 2006 System considerations for RGBW OLED displays Journal of the Society for Information Display 14 1 37 48 doi 10 1889 1 2166833 Van Slyke S A Pignata A Freeman D Redden N Waters D Negishi T Kanno H Nishio Y Nakai M 2002 Linear Source Deposition of Organic Layers for Full Color OLED Proceedings of the SID International Symposium 33 1 886 889 Van Slyke S A Tang C W 1996 Blue emitting organic electroluminescent devices Proc 8th Int Workshop on Inorganic and Organic Electroluminescence Berlin Germany Van Slyke S A Chen C H Tang C W 1996 Organic electroluminescent devices with improved stability Applied Physics Letters 69 15 2160 2162 doi 10 1063 1 117151 Tang C W Van Slyke S A Chen C H 1989 Electroluminescence of doped organic thin films Journal of Applied Physics 65 9 3610 3616 doi 10 1063 1 343409 Tang C W Van Slyke S A 1987 Organic electroluminescent diodes Applied Physics Letters 51 12 913 915 doi 10 1063 1 98799 References Edit Thomson Reuters Hall of Citation CEA Inducts Fifteen Industry Leaders into the 2013 CE Hall of Fame Archived from the original on 2016 03 05 SID Fellows Archived from the original on 2016 05 15 ACS award for team innovation Jan Rajchman Prize Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Steven 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