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San Jose, CA   

Atlanta, GA   

Work

Company: Apple Inc. Address: 10495 N De Anza Blvd Stop 74 2 Tb, Cupertino, CA 95014

Education

School / High School: Emory University School of Law

Ranks

Licence: New York - Currently registered Date: 2007

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Yi Qiao, Cupertino CA - Lawyer

Address:
Apple Inc.
10495 N De Anza Blvd Stop 74 2 Tb, Cupertino, CA 95014
919-5994678 (Office)
Licenses:
New York - Currently registered 2007
Education:
Emory University School of Law

Publications

Us Patents

Patterning In Devices With Organic Light-Emitting Diode Displays And Sensors

US Patent:
2023009, Mar 23, 2023
Filed:
Feb 2, 2021
Appl. No.:
17/802102
Inventors:
- Cupertino CA, US
Meng-Huan Ho - San Jose CA, US
Abbas Jamshidi Roudbari - Saratoga CA, US
Chih Jen Yang - San Jose CA, US
Chin Wei Hsu - Hsinchu, TW
Jae Won Choi - San Jose CA, US
Jean-Pierre S. Guillou - La Jolla CA, US
Ming Xu - Cupertino CA, US
Rui Liu - San Jose CA, US
Yi Qiao - San Jose CA, US
Yu-Wen Liu - Hsinchu, TW
Yuchi Che - Santa Clara CA, US
Yue Cui - Campbell CA, US
International Classification:
H01L 27/32
H01L 51/52
H01L 51/56
Abstract:
An electronic device may include a display and an optical sensor formed underneath the display. A pixel removal region on the display may at least partially overlap with the sensor. The pixel removal region may include a plurality of non-pixel regions each of which is devoid of thin-film transistors. The plurality of non-pixel regions is configured to increase the transmittance of light through the display to the sensor. In addition to removing thin-film transistors in the pixel removal region, additional layers in the display stack-up may be removed. In particular, a cathode layer, polyimide layer, and/or substrate in the display stack-up may be patterned to have an opening in the pixel removal region. A polarizer may be bleached in the pixel removal region for additional transmittance gains. The cathode layer may be removed using laser ablation with a spot laser or blanket illumination.

Configurable Pixel Uniformity Compensation For Oled Display Non-Uniformity Compensation Based On Scaling Factors

US Patent:
2021030, Sep 30, 2021
Filed:
Mar 3, 2021
Appl. No.:
17/191009
Inventors:
- Cupertino CA, US
Haifeng Li - Campbell CA, US
Sinan Alousi - Campbell CA, US
Marc Joseph DeVincentis - Palo Alto CA, US
Yafei Bi - Los Altos Hills CA, US
Hung Sheng Lin - San Jose CA, US
Yi Qiao - San Jose CA, US
Paolo Sacchetto - Cupertino CA, US
Weijun Yao - Saratoga CA, US
Pierre-Yves Emelie - Mountain View CA, US
Maofeng Yang - Santa Clara CA, US
Yue Jack Chu - Cupertino CA, US
International Classification:
G09G 3/3233
Abstract:
A system may include an electronic display panel having pixels, where each pixel may emit light based on a respective programming signal. The system may include a memory storing a map. The processing circuitry may determine a function for each pixel from the map. The processing circuitry may determine a respective control signal based on the function and a target brightness level for each pixel to generate multiple control signals, where the respective control signal is used to generate the respective programing signal for each pixel. The processing circuitry may determine a scaling factor based at least in part on the first map and may scale at least a subset of the multiple control signals based at least in part on the scaling factor.

Viewing Angle Color Shift Control

US Patent:
2020007, Mar 5, 2020
Filed:
Jun 11, 2019
Appl. No.:
16/437979
Inventors:
- Cupertino CA, US
Meng-Huan Ho - Hsinchu city, TW
Yi Huang - San Jose CA, US
Yi Qiao - San Jose CA, US
David S. Hum - Sunnyvale CA, US
Jean-Pierre S. Guillou - Los Gatos CA, US
Yanming Li - San Jose CA, US
Jun Qi - San Jose CA, US
KiBeom Kim - Cupertino CA, US
Kwang Ohk Cheon - San Jose CA, US
Cheng Chen - San Jose CA, US
Rui Liu - San Jose CA, US
ByoungSuk Kim - Palo Alto CA, US
Ying-Chih Wang - Sunnyvale CA, US
Hung Sheng Lin - San Jose CA, US
Donghee Nam - San Jose CA, US
Tyler R. Kakuda - San Francisco CA, US
Takahide Ishii - Zhongli, TW
Yurii Morozov - Notre Dame IN, US
International Classification:
H01L 27/32
H01L 51/52
G06F 3/041
G06F 3/044
Abstract:
Display structures for controlling viewing angle color shift are described. In various embodiments, polarization sensitive diffusers, independent controlled cathode thicknesses, filtermasks, touch detection layers, and color filters are described.

Viewing Angle Color Shift Control

US Patent:
2020007, Mar 5, 2020
Filed:
Dec 11, 2018
Appl. No.:
16/216651
Inventors:
- Cupertino CA, US
Meng-Huan Ho - Hsinchu city, TW
Yi Huang - San Jose CA, US
Yi Qiao - San Jose CA, US
David S. Hum - Sunnyvale CA, US
Jean-Pierre S. Guillou - Los Gatos CA, US
Yanming Li - San Jose CA, US
Jun Qi - San Jose CA, US
KiBeom Kim - Cupertino CA, US
Kwang Ohk Cheon - San Jose CA, US
Cheng Chen - San Jose CA, US
Rui Liu - San Jose CA, US
ByoungSuk Kim - Palo Alto CA, US
Ying-Chih Wang - Sunnyvale CA, US
Hung Sheng Lin - San Jose CA, US
Donghee Nam - San Jose CA, US
Tyler R. Kakuda - San Francisco CA, US
International Classification:
H01L 27/32
H01L 51/52
G02B 5/20
G02B 5/30
Abstract:
Display structures for controlling viewing angle color shift are described. In various embodiments, polarization sensitive diffusers, independent controlled cathode thicknesses, filtermasks, and color filters are described.

Method And Apparatus For Measuring The Three Dimensional Structure Of A Surface

US Patent:
2015000, Jan 8, 2015
Filed:
Jan 30, 2013
Appl. No.:
14/375002
Inventors:
- St. Paul MN, US
Yi Qiao - Santa Clara CA, US
Jack W. Lai - Lake Elmo MN, US
David L. Hofeldt - Oakdale MN, US
International Classification:
G06T 17/10
H04N 13/02
G01B 11/24
US Classification:
348 50
Abstract:
A method includes imaging a surface with at least one imaging sensor, wherein the surface and the imaging sensor are in relative translational motion. The imaging sensor includes a lens having a focal plane aligned at a non-zero angle with respect to an x-y plane of a surface coordinate system. A sequence of images of the surface is registered and stacked along a z direction of a camera coordinate system to form a volume. A sharpness of focus value is determined for each (x,y) location in the volume, wherein the (x,y) locations lie in a plane normal to the z direction of the camera coordinate system. Using the sharpness of focus values, a depth of maximum focus zalong the z direction in the camera coordinate system is determined for each (x,y) location in the volume, and based on the depths of maximum focus z, a three dimensional location of each point on the surface may be determined.

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