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New method can increase OLED efficiency by 3000%: Claims researchers

New method can increase OLED efficiency by 3000%: Claims researchers

By BizLED Bureau June 25, 2015: A research team at the University of Ulsan led by Lee Min-hyung, a professor at the Department of Chemistry, said that it has developed a technique to improve the efficiency of light-emitting materials used for making organic LEDs (OLED) by more than 30 times. The research team drastically increased light-emitting efficiency by making the ...

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New boron compounds for OLEDs

New boron compounds for OLEDs

June 11, 2015: Major advances in the field of organic electronics are currently revolutionising previously silicon-dominated semiconductor technology. Customised organic molecules enable the production of lightweight, mechanically flexible electronic components that are perfectly adapted to individual applications. Chemists at the Goethe University have now developed a new class of organic luminescent materials through the targeted introduction of boron atoms into ...

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Acuity develops new luminaires by combining OLED and LED

Acuity develops new luminaires by combining OLED and LED

By BizLED Bureau May 11, 2015: Acuity Brands has developed a new lighting system combining the benefits of OLED and LED technologies. The new technology called Duet Solid State Lighting (SSL) Technology is an innovative approach in lighting design, allowing light to be tailored to the needs of an individual, architecturally sensitive and engaging,” said Jeannine Wang, Director Business Development, ...

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From molecules to OLEDs

From molecules to OLEDs

April 9, 2015: Scientists at the MPI-P Mainz, BASF Ludwigshafen, the University of Ulm, and Innovation Lab Heidelberg have developed a simulation toolkit for evaluating properties of organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) based solely on their chemical composition. The package is integrated in the free software VOTCA and helps to pre-select suitable organic molecules for lighting and display applications. Mainz. ...

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Flexible pulse oximeter sensor made of all-organic optoelectronics

Flexible pulse oximeter sensor made of all-organic optoelectronics

March 5, 2015: Here?s a good news for fitness freaks. A team of researchers at University of California, Berkeley, has designed a pulse oximeter sensor for measuring blood oxygen saturation levels and pulse rate. This wearable accessory can be worn like an adhesive bandage while you hike, climb mountains, ride bicycle, or do walking. This all-organic optoelectronic sensor is also ...

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Automotive Lighting develops OLEDs for tail lamps

Automotive Lighting develops OLEDs for tail lamps

February 14, 2015: Automotive Lighting?s Competence Center for Rear Lighting has developed prototypes of rear lamps deploying organic LEDs (OLEDs) in association with Osram. The contrast and the light intensity of OLEDs are uniform irrespective of the angle of view. These rear LED lamps use red-and-yellow OLEDs with transparent areas. While the red OLEDs (tail function) light up in a ...

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