Laser controlled thermo-cracking technology developed by Professor V.S. Kondratenko was introduced in Taiwan

On April 29, LaserFair, a Chinese prestigious electronic on-line magazine, published a scientific article by an international Russian-Taiwanese team of authors on a new implementation of laser controlled thermal cracking (CTC) technology developed by V.S. Kondratenko, doctor of technical sciences, professor of the Physics and Technology Institute. The new technology is designed to manufacture liquid crystal digital dashboards for promising car models.

The publication of the article is dedicated to the 70th anniversary of Professor V.S. Kondratenko, Advisor to the Rector’s office, Head of the Department of Optical and Biotechnical Systems and Technologies, Physics and Technology Institute, Scientific Advisor to world-class companies Foxconn and Nanoplus.

The academic novelty of this development is aimed to solve an extremely difficult technical problem of cutting multilayer crystalline panels with an active matrix CF / TFT along a curved profile. Unlike other types of laser cutting with pulses of various durations, the use of the new technology allows getting a defect-free edge and increases the operational strength of a digital liquid crystal panel, which is extremely relevant for the automotive industry of the future.

The full text of the article and the words of birthday greetings addressed to the scholar celebrating his jubilee can be found in this reference.

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