Materializing
the Future
of OLEDs

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

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

Hyperfluoresence

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

Recent news

Kyulux launches a Japanese version of its website

Kyulux is proud to present the Japanese version of its website! While Kyulux is an international company facing the entire display industry, it is also of Japanese origin with IP from Kyushu University and strong relationships with the people of Kyushu University,...

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Kyulux welcomes 2019 with annual kickoff meeting

On January 7, Kyulux started activities of the New Year by holding its annual kickoff meeting with invited speakers included Prof. Adachi from Kyushu University, Prof. Kaji from Kyoto University and Dr. Miyazaki of i3-OPERA. Kyulux and collaborators from the strategic...

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Kyulux is seeking new device and synthesis scientists

Kyulux is looking to hire new scientists to join our Fukuoka team. A job opening exists for a new talented synthesis scientist, who will design, synthesize and test new materials for OLED TADF/HF commercialization. The role involves R&D on TADF emitter and host...

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