Kateeva marked a new milestone recently when May Su was named as CEO. In her first interview in the new role, May explains why she’s excited to lead Kateeva and where she sees growth for the company. Enjoy the read!
Imagine joining a club that includes Ansel Adams and Walt Disney? That’s what happened when OLED co-inventors Steve Van Slyke and Ching Tang were honored by the Photographic Society of America for their “outstanding contribution to the advancement of photography”.
Every community-giving activity at Kateeva has a champion. For our annual blood drive, it’s Mark Haman. Since his first donation decades ago, Mark has given an amazing total of 151 pints of blood. Congrats, Mark. You’ve set an ambitious target for us.
When they're not solving complex engineering problems, Kateeva employees are champion supporters of local non-profits. Ride for a Reason is just the latest worthy cause to benefit from their generosity.
Just days to go before the biggest gathering of display experts converges in San Jose to talk information displays. And since it’s the place where the “future of displays” takes shape, Kateeva, of course, will be there.
Although inkjet is now a mainstream manufacturing technology for OLED thin film encapsulation (TFE), newer applications like OLED RGB and Quantum Dot Color Filter (QDCF) are creating new performance imperatives for inks.
For the display industry, conferences and tradeshows are the ultimate “Marketplace of Ideas”. They foster community, conversation and engagement. That’s why we’re proud that Kateeva’s Dr. Neetu Chopra will participate in guiding the OLED Program at Display Week 2019.