Materializing
the Future
of OLEDs

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

(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 wins CEATEC’s AWARD for innovative technology

We are proud to announce that Kyulux was awarded with CEATEC's 2018 AWARD, in the Devices/Technologies category. Kyulux is honored to receive CEATEC's award for our ground breaking technology and will continue to work to make sure this award is merited. Each year,...

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Kyulux’s CTO to give a talk at the 230th JOEM workshop

The Japanese Research Association for Organic Electronic Materials (JOEM) will host its 230th workshop titled "Front Line of Materials Venture" on September 28, in Shujuku NS Building in Tokyo. The workshop invited Kyulux's CTO, Hisashi Okada to give a talk titled...

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