TADF10周年記念ー2019年8月 スペシャルワークショップが福岡(九州大学 伊都キャンパス)で開催

~Thermally Activated Summer in Fukuoka!~
2009年に九州大学で熱活性化遅延蛍光(TADF)が最初に実証されてからほぼ10年が経過し、この10年で科学分野において急速かつ驚くべき進歩が見られました。この夏、Opera(九州大学 最先端有機光エレクトロニクス研究センター)、i3-Opera有機光エレクトロニクス実用化開発センター)、株式会社Kyuluxは、TADFの誕生10周年を記念して、TADFの科学技術の最新の進歩と未来を共有すべく「第4回 国際TADFワークショップ」を開催します。
このワークショップでは、TADFと励起子材料、物理、そしてデバイス分野におけるさまざまなトピックについて紹介し、また、業界の研究者を対象とした次世代のディスプレイ技術に焦点を当てた「第2回 i3-operaフォーラム」も併せて開催します。私達はこのフォーラムが、フロンティアサイエンスと応用研究の相乗効果でビジネスインキュベーションの中心となることを期待しています。
全てのワークショップ第4回 国際TADFワークショップおよび第2回 i3オペラフォーラムへの参加(ショートプレゼンテーションおよびポスター投稿の発表者/著者を含む)には事前登録が必要です。
参加登録に関するお問い合わせはこちら:wg-tagf @ opera.kyushu-u.ac.jp

韓国サムスンディスプレイ&LGディスプレイ、Kyuluxと青色Hyperfluorescence™開発のJDAを締結

Kyulux, Inc., a global leader of TADF and Hyperfluorescence™ developer, has been engaged in a joint development focusing on blue TADF and Hyperfluorescence™ with LG Display Co., Ltd., from January, 2018.

In addition to LG Display, Kyulux has now executed a Joint Development Agreement (JDA) focusing on Deep Blue with Samsung Display Corporation. Both of two giant display panel makers in OLED, LG Display and Samsung Display have now selected Kyulux as a blue TADF and Hyperfluorescence™ joint development partner.

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Kyuluxとi3-OPERAが第3回国際TADFワークショップでTADF蛍光白色OLEDディスプレイのデモンストレーションを行います

Kyulux demonstrated a white OLED display that uses an orange TADF emitter combined with a blue fluorescence emitter. The novel display was developed in collaboration with the Fukuoka i3 center for Organic Photonics and Electronics Research (i3-OPERA) for demonstration at the 3rd International TADF Workshop in late July.

The display was designed by i3-OPERA and Kyulux provided the orange TADF emitter. This demonstration successfully showed the commercial viability of a TADF-based white OLED display. Kyulux and the i3-OPERA will continue the collaboration to enhance the performance and the lifetime of this display. The next step in this project is use only TADF emitters including a blue TADF emitter.

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KyuluxとWisechipがフレキシブル Hyperfluorescence™ パッシブマトリックスディスプレイを発表

Last week at the SID DisplayWeek in Los Angeles, CA, Kyulux demonstrated Wisechip’s latest flexible PMOLED display – that uses Kyulux’s Hyperfluoresence yellow emitter. The power consumption of this display, compared to Wisechip’s fluorescent yellow, is almost half!

The Wisechip flexible display is 42.22 mm  x 10.54 mm in size (1.71″ diagonal), with a resolution of 256×64 pixels. This display is now ready to be produced and Wisechip believes it will enter mass production before the end of 2018. If so this will be the world’s first HF (TADF) powered device!

第3回TADFワークショップ2018が開催されます

The 3rd International TADF Workshop will take place on July 19-20th, 2018, in Fukuoka, Japan. This scientific event will discuss the latest in TADF materials, device architectures, upconversion mechanisms and TADF applications. Other topics will include singlet fission and perovskite emitters.

The event is organized by Kyushu University, i3-OPERA and Kyulux. The TADF Workshop will be preceded by the i3-OPERA Forum, which focuses on industry-oriented OLED technologies.

Attending the TADF Workshop is free of charge (but there is a charge to attend the Conference Banquet). For more information and to register, click here!

Hyperfluorescence™の狭スペクトルはTADFとPHOLEDsよりも高効率を実現します

The first-generation OLED emitter systems, based on fluorescence, lack efficiency as only about 25% of the energy is converted into light. More advanced systems, based on phosphorescence (PHOLED), TADF and our own Hyperfluorescence (HF) technology all manage to convert almost 100% of the energy into light, and so it is mistakenly perceived that such systems all offer the same efficiency.

The reality, however, is that Kyulux’s HF systems offer an inherent advantage that enables it to provide the most efficient OLED emitters of all four generations. As seen in the graph above, HF emitters are the only emitters that offer both a narrow spectrum and high-efficiency. HF can be thought of as a combination of the high efficiency of TADF and the narrow spectrum of Fluorescence.

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