Kyulux, established in Japan in 2015, develops next generation OLED materials. Based on exclusively-licensed technology from Kyushu University, Kyulux develops hyperfluorescenceTM TADF emitters 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.
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