Jang Jin

Kyung Hee University

South Korea


Jang received the Ho-Am Prize 2017 for his role in developing thin-film transistor displays, including flexible active-matrix organic light-emitting diode (AMOLED) displays and active-matrix liquid crystal displays (AMLCD).

(Photo: Young Samsung)

  • Ho-Am Prize 2017

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