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Industry lecture

"Industry lecture" 2008

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Dr. Scott Brown
Vice President, Research & Development and Commercial, Cambridge Display Technology (CDT), Cambridge, England.

Tid: 16. oktober 2008 klokken 11:15.

Sted: Auditorium 1, Kjemisk institutt, Universitetet i Oslo.

Tittel på foredrag: "Light from Organic Polymers – the Evolution of CDT’s Polymer OLED Technology"

Årets Industry Lecture holdes i Oslo 16. oktober, dagen før årets organisk-kjemiske høstmøte, som har som tema "Advanced organic materials".

Dr. Scott Brown er invitert for å presentere utviklingen av CDT's moderne display-teknologi, basert på såkalte "P-OLEDs" (Polymer Organic Light-Emitting Diodes).

Han vil i tillegg holde et foredrag på det etterfølgende høstmøtet. “Han vil i tillegg holde et foredrag på det 13. organisk-kjemiske høstmøtet dagen etter.

Abstract

Polymer-based organic light emitting diode (P-OLEDs) devices are attracting significant interest as a next generation display technology due to their excellent performance characteristics, which include good viewing angle, high contrast ratio, fast switching speeds, and low power consumption. Light emitting polymers are solution processable and may be deposited using low cost manufacturing approaches such as spin-coating or printing. P-OLED technology may be used in a range of applications beyond displays, including lighting, signage, and organic print heads.

This presentation will provide a review of P-OLED technology, its features and benefits, and will introduce the main components of device design and operation. Key developments leading to progress made in the areas of material lifetime, efficiency and voltage stability will be highlighted, together with a summary of improvements made in ink jet printing processes for the manufacture of devices. Example products and relevant markets will be discussed alongside CDT’s approach to licensing and working with supply chain partners to accelerate adoption of the technology.

Abstract og bakgrunnsmateriale i pdf-versjon

 

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