Partners

The Flexible Electronics and Display Center at ASU collaborates with university, government and industry partners, both national and international. The university collaborations provide the high quality and most up-to-date, giving FEDC the knowledge needed to continually improve their flexible display technologies. The government partnerships provide FEDC with insight into how to better protect the soldiers that protect and preserve our nation. Finally, industry partners make available innovative materials and technical service solutions that allow FEDC to create the best possible product for the consumer. FEDC is able to respond to the rapidly evolving technological environment because of these partnerships.

CENTER INDUSTRY MEMBERSHIP LEVEL SUMMARY

LEVEL COINVESTMENT (CASH/INKIND PER YEAR) MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS
Principal

member fee: $200-$500K
(based on number of employees)

serves on

  • Governing board
  • IP Committee
  • Technical Advisory Board
  • TFT Pilot Line access: first
  • priority, 20 starts/year
  • Governance voting
  • IP policies and direction
  • Shared results and access
  • Preferred IP access
  • Preferred lease rates in
  • the FEDC facility
Associate

member fee: $50K

serves on:

  • Technical Advisory Board (TAB)
  • TFT Pilot Line Access:
  • second priority starts at cost
  • Shared results and access
  • Preferred IP access
  • Lease access in the FEDC
  • facility
Technology Integrators

member fee: $50K

serves on:

  • Integrated Display Systems (TAB)
  • Early look at display
  • technology advances in the
  • form of limited number of
  • display demonstrators
  • Shared results and access
  • Preferred IP access
Channel

Cash only

$20K/yr access fee 
plus full project cost

  • Project-based technology¬†evaluation/validation
  • $20K/yr access fee Project-based shared results

MEMBERSHIP CONTACT

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