NanoMarkets, a leading industry analyst firm serving the thin-film photovoltaics
industry, today announced that it will be conducting a webinar titled, Zinc
Oxide: Electronics Market Opportunities that will take place on Tuesday, February
17th at 10:00 EST. Details of the event follow below. Persons interested in
registering for the event may do so on the NanoMarkets website at http://www.nanomarkets.net.
An early registration rate is being offered through February 10th.
About the Event:
Zinc Oxide: Electronics Market Opportunities
Zinc Oxide (ZnO) has been used in conductive coatings and varistors for decades.
However, the electronics-related uses for ZnO have recently begun to expand
enormously and now cover a surprisingly broad range of applications; from ITO
replacement to thin-film-transistors to sensors. The class of materials that
falls under the ZnO banner is also growing; ZnO is often combined with other
materials or ZnO can be fabricated into new kinds of nanostructures, each with
its own interesting properties. This Webinar offers NanoMarkets' perspectives
on the opportunities for ZnO in the electronics sector and provides a roadmap
and revenue estimates for this interesting electronic material. The information
and analysis for this Webinar are sourced from NanoMarkets' ongoing industry
analysis and especially from the NanoMarkets new market study on ZnO that will
be released in February 2009.
Among the topics that this Webinar will include:
- A discussion of the advantages, challenges and market potential from using
ZnO as an electrode material in lighting, displays and solar cells
- An analysis of the key markets for ZnO electronics devices covering thin-film
transistors, power transistors, SAW devices and varistors
- Manufacturing strategies for ZnO devices and coatings
- Future uses for ZnO: ZnO-based spintronics devices and nanostructures
- Key ZnO R&D trends moving forward
- NanoMarkets' eight-year forecasts of ZnO usage in the electronics sector
This Webinar provides a thorough guide to the opportunities that NanoMarkets
believes are emerging in the ZnO space. It provides ideas and insights for strategic
planners and marketing managers in the semiconductor industry, and at materials
companies, equipment firms and investor organizations.
A recording of the event with presentation materials will also be made available
on CD ROM.