Kyulux, established in Japan in 2015, develops next generation OLED materials. Based on exclusively-licensed technology from Kyushu University, Kyulux develops TADF/Hyperfluorescence™ emitters that will enable cost-effective, durable and efficient OLEDs that do not rely on rare metals.
Kyulux is a growing company that currently employs over 70 people in its operations in both Japan and the U.S. The company’s US branch uses and develops a unique and advanced AI system originally licensed from Harvard University called Kyumatic to accelerate material development.
Kyulux will create the future of OLEDs using its TADF and HyperfluoresceneTM technologies
Prof. Adachi’s groundbreaking TADF HyperfluorescenceTM paper published
Kyulux is founded
Kyulux raises $13.5 million in a Series A funding round
Kyulux exclusively licenses Harvard University’s deeplearning AI platform
Kyulux and Nanoco to develop next-gen hybrid QD-OLED displays
Wisechip joins Kyulux to demonstrate HF PMOLED prototype and commercialize such displays
Kyulux dramatically improves the performance of its blue HyperfluorescenceTM OLED emitters
Kyulux completes its Series B funding round and raises $31.8 million
Kyulux commences shipments of TADF / HyperfluorescenceTM OLED materials
Kyulux completes its Series B-prime funding round and raises $34.3 million
Kyulux reports rapid advance in performance of its green red and blue HyperfluorescenceTM material systems