The Flexible Display Center (FDC) at the Arizona State University opened on Feb. 4, 2005, which is the result of a $43.7 million, five-year cooperative agreement between the Army Research Laboratory (ARL) and ASU with an option for an additional $50 million over an additional five-year period.

The FDC Mission is to advance full-color flexible display technology while catalyzing development of a vibrant flexible display industry by contributing to and accelerating development of human capital, tools, facilities, and intellectual property.
Working within the center will be researchers from a strategically formed team of military, industry and academic partners. Industry partners include DuPont Displays, Kodak, Honeywell, General Dynamics, Raytheon, Universal Display Corporation, Kent Displays, E Ink, FlexICs, Three-Five Systems, General Atomics, Optiva, ECD, Southwall, the U.S. Display Consortium, and AGI. Key academic partners include Cornell University, the University of Southern California, Penn State University and the University of Arizona Optical Sciences Center.

For more details, see FDC website.