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The Analyst Team
Research Manager, OLED, Flexible, Micro LED and Emerging Technology
Jerry Kang is the leading analyst for the OLED display market and technology analysis at Omdia. His research areas are OLED, quantum dot, and micro LED displays. As the research manager of the OLED team, he and his team cover the dynamics of the supply chain and the latest technology trends in materials and components.
Before joining Omdia, formerly IHS Markit, in 2011, Jerry was an OLED development engineer at Samsung SDI and Samsung Mobile Display, where he led the company’s research of the OLED technology and the global OLED display market. With more than 18 years of industry experience, Jerry is known for his professional analysis and strategic insights on the technology and the OLED, quantum dot, and micro LED displays markets. He is frequently quoted in the media and is a frequent guest speaker at major conferences worldwide. Jerry holds a bachelor’s degree in electronics engineering from Pusan National University in South Korea.
Senior Research Analyst, OLED & Micro LED, Technology
As part of Omdia’s displays practice, Jay focuses on researching AMOLED panel display technology and the associated markets. He covers the emerging technologies, process development, and product trends related to AMOLED displays.
Prior to being an analyst, Jay worked at EverDisplay Optronics, the AMOLED manufacturing plant, for 6 years. He served as the R&D manager for 3 years and was responsible for multiple projects. Jay has solid experience in the AMOLED and flexible display industries and a keen awareness of technological progress. He holds a PhD in materials science from South China University of Technology in Guangdong, China.
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