Kyulux, established in 2015 in Japan, has an exclusive license to the Hyperfluorescence™ technology, originally developed in 2012 at Kyushu University. Kyulux brings together a top-notch team of researchers and chemists with a world-leading machine-learning AI materials system (licensed from Harvard University in 2016) to realize the potential of Hyperfluorescence™ technology.
In 2020, Kyulux commenced commercial shipments of its first material systems for PMOLED displays. The company is working with leading OLED makers, and is on track for full-scale commercialization of green AMOLED material systems in 2023 and red and blue AMOLED systems by 2024.
Kyulux’s OLED emitter systems outperform currently-used emitters in all important aspects: efficiency, emission spectrum, price and lifetime.
Kyulux’s mission is to create the future of OLED technology, based on its innovative materials, a leading team and advanced software technology. The company is developing an organic photonics ecosystem in Kyushu, to realize the full potential of OLED display and lighting technologies.