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CPM™ Patterning

Thin film patterning
using self-assembly technology.

We are the leading developer of advanced electrode materials and associated process technology for OLED displays and lighting. Our materials reduce power consumption, improve image quality, enhance transparency and enable under display sensors.

Thin-Film Patterning

We are developing advanced thin film patterning technology for electronics using our proprietary Materials Discovery Platform. Our materials are enabling next generation devices and new market applications.

  • Under display facial recognition
  • Under display camera
  • Transparent displays ( AR)
  • Longer battery life
  • Automotive / EV
  • Virtual Reality (VR)
Electronic device with patterned thin film layers

Traditional Patterning is Complex & Expensive

Traditional patterning methods require multiple complex steps and specialized equipment to selectively remove sections of a thin film layer. By selectively removing part of a thin film layer a pattern is formed by the material that is left behind. However these methods require harsh processing conditions, are expensive, and generate large volumes of hazardous waste.

New patterning technology without these limitations is highly sought after by the electronics industry.

CPM Patterning process using self-assembly

Introducing OTI CPM™ Patterning Technology

CPM™ Patterning is a new technology developed by OTI that uses self-assembly to control the growth of thin films as they form in real time. As a result the CPM™ process works under mild conditions, does not require extra specialized equipment, and does not generate hazardous liquid wastes. The technology has been qualified for mass production by leading manufacturers.

CPM™ Patterning technology is protected by numerous granted and pending patents globally.

CPM™ Technology is Scalable from Nano-to-Macro Scale

CPM Patterning can be used to pattern feature sizes across multiple length scales, making it applicable to multiple markets

CPM™ Patterning Enables Better Electronics

The ability to pattern electrodes using self-assembly is enabling a new generation of consumer electronics with lower power consumption, higher resolution, and integrated sensors/cameras.
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OTI CPM™ – A New Class of Key Enabling Electronic Materials

Our advanced materials for self-assembly patterning enable a new area for innovation in OLED display

  • Reduce display power consumption
  • Increase display transparency (AR)
  • Integrate sensors into the display
  • Increase display resolution

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Multiple Applications of CPM™ Patterning technology

Our CPM™Patterning is being applied in multiple applications by our customers to help solve some of their most challenging problems manufacturing OLED displays.
Patterned auxiliary electrode for OLED display using OTI CPM™ Patterning
Pattern Auxiliary Electrode

Patterning auxiliary electrodes to reduce display power consumption and improve on-cell touch sensor response.

Connection to auxiliary electrode for OLED display using OTI CPM™ Patterning
Connect Auxiliary Electrode

Making electrical connection to auxiliary electrodes in the back-plane to reduce display power consumption for high-res OLED TVs.

Patterned cathode for transparent OLED display using OTI CPM™ Patterning
Pattern Top Cathode

Patterning the top cathode to increase transparency and enable under panel sensors and camera to perform without compromise.

Recent Presentations

Learning more about our OLED Materials and Technology from some of our recent talks and publications.
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Our Collaborators

Our team works closely with leading academic researchers, materials suppliers, panel makers, and OEMs to develop new materials and technology for OLED displays and lighting.
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