Materializing
the Future
of OLEDs

Materializing
the Future
of OLEDs

Materializing
the Future
of OLEDs

Who we are

Kyulux was established in Japan in 2015 to develop next generation materials for OLED displays and lighting. Based on exclusively-licensed technology from Kyushu University, Kyulux develops hyperfluorescence TADF emitters that will enable cost-effective, durable and efficient OLEDs that do not rely on rare metals.

The OLED market

OLED is quickly becoming the display technology of choice for the leading smartphones, tablets and TV makers, as it offers brilliant and efficient flexible displays with the best image quality ever. The OLED market is currently evaluated at around 15 billion dollars and is set to grow rapidly in coming years.

Why OLEDs

(Their advantages)

  • Energy efficiency
  • Flexibility
  • High contrast (True Blacks)
  • Fast response time
  • Self-emissive display

Hyperfluoresence

(next gen OLED emitters)

  • High Efficiency
  • Narrow Spectrum
  • High Intensity
  • Metal Free
  • Low Cost

Recent news

Kyulux at the 2018 OPERA collaboration kick-off meeting

On April 9th, Kyushu University's OPERA center held its annual collaboration group kick off meeting. The four research groups (OPERA, i3-OPERA, ISIT and Kyulux) got together and discussed the latest research and strategies going forward. There were over 100...

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Join the Kyulux team!

Kyulux is growing, and we are currently looking for three materials scientists. All three openings are for our Fukuoka office. Engineer-Device: Support the development of new OLED materials. Metrology-Device: Testing and Fabrication of OLED devices, preparation and...

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Kyulux at nano tech 2018

Earlier this month, on February 14-16, Tokyo Big Sight hosted the nano tech 2018 exhibition and conference. This large international trade show attracted more than 44,000 visitors. Kyulux participated in nano tech 2018, as part of the OPACK (Organization for Promotion...

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