Nano tech 2019 is an international conference and exhibition focused on nanotechnology, taking place in Tokyo, Japan on January 30th – February 1st. Kyulux will be exhibiting in a booth called “Organization for Promotion Academic City by Kyushu University” together with OPERA, ISIT, AiRIMaQ, OPACK and i3-OPERA. The booth will be located in East 5, nano tech National Research Institute / Public Organization / University zone. (click for layout map of the event).
Kyulux’s Manager of President Office, Hidetoshi Fujimura, will give a talk titled “HyperfluorescenceTM, a game changing technology creates the future of OLEDs” as part of the Seed&Needs seminar B on Wednesday, January 30th from 11:25-12:10 at East Hall 6. Kyulux’s CEO, Junji Adachi, will attend the “First German-Japanese Nanotechnology Commercialization Workshop” on the same day of January 30th, from 2:00-5:00 pm., at Room 610 at Conference Tower (note: the workshop will be in English) as a representative of Japanese startup companies. The title of Adachi’s talk will be “Development, Manufacturing, and Sales (DMS) of OLED Emission Materials” .
Kyulux is proud to present the Japanese version of its website!
While Kyulux is an international company facing the entire display industry, it is also of Japanese origin with IP from Kyushu University and strong relationships with the people of Kyushu University, OPERA and OPERA-i3. The Kyulux website now expresses both these facets, with both an English and a Japanese version.
On January 7, Kyulux started activities of the New Year by holding its annual kickoff meeting with invited speakers included Prof. Adachi from Kyushu University, Prof. Kaji from Kyoto University and Dr. Miyazaki of i3-OPERA. Kyulux and collaborators from the strategic partners shared the company’s policy and the business targets of this year and determined plans to accomplish the goals of the company by strengthening collaboration.
Kyulux is looking to hire new scientists to join our Fukuoka team. A job opening exists for a new talented synthesis scientist, who will design, synthesize and test new materials for OLED TADF/HF commercialization. The role involves R&D on TADF emitter and host materials, synthesis and reactive design of OLED materials and more.
The second position calls for a talented device scientist to perform R&D on TADF emitter and host materials,evaluation and degradation analysis of OLED devices, analysis of luminescence and electronic properties of OLED materials and more.
For more information on these job offerings, click here
“Pitch to the Minister”/ “HIRAI Pitch” is a government project led by Takuya HIRAI, Minister of State for the “Cool Japan” Strategy, the Intellectual Property Strategy, the Science and Technology and the Space Policy. The event was held on Saturday, November 10th in Fukuoka at Fukuoka Growth Next-Startup Cafe, and included Fukuoka startups, like Venturer from Kyushu-University (Kyulux), Enthusiastic Entrepreneur, and more.
The representatives introduced and discussed current efforts and issues, future developments etc. as well as requests from the government, and exchange of opinions with Mr. Hirai. Kyulux CEO, Junji Adachi participated in this event, and took part in a productive discussion of venture support for the future of Fukuoka companies. Kyulux’s director, Tsuyoshi Sakamoto, also participated in the event.