On May 15th, during SID DisplayWeek, LG Display presented a new device that uses Kyulux’ TADF materials at Session 33 (OLED Materials 2) in a paper titled “TADF Based OLED Devices”.
LG Display noted the dramatic improvement in the TADF materials developed by Kyulux and has high hopes that Kyulux will progress towards commercialization in the near future.
On May 13, during the SID DisplayWeek Business Conference, and Investors Conference at May 14, CEO Junji Adachi will announce the company’s latest development report.
Junji Adachi says that “The lifetime of our latest Hyperfluorescence™ device has been greatly improved – for all colors. We are steadily progressing towards commercially viable materials for OLED display and lighting panels”. Kyulux expects its rapid progress to continue and accelerate in the future.
Kyulux is very proud of its HF TADF technology, that will enable efficient, cost-effective and durable OLEDs. Our greatest asset, however, is our employees, because a company is only as good as the people it’s made up of.
From time to time, this blog will give the stage to the bright and competent people who make Kyulux what it is. Meet Dr. Takahito Oyamada, the new senior manager of the R&D department. Dr. Oyamada joined Kyulux this April at the Fukuoka office.
SID’s Display Week 2019, the premier display conference, will take place on May 12-17 at the San Jose Convention Center, CA.
Like every year, Kyulux will demonstrate a strong presence at this important industry event. First of all we will have a booth (No 1339), so make sure you stop by. Kyulux will exhibit its Hyperfluorescence™ technology and will also show Wisechip’s production-ready yellow HF PMOLED panel.
Almost a decade has passed since the first demonstration of thermally activated delayed fluorescence (TADF) in an OLED at Kyushu University in 2009, and these past ten years have seen rapid and remarkable advances in this scientific field.
To mark the 10-year anniversary of TADF, we are delighted to announce the organization of the 4th International TADF Workshop in Fukuoka, in collaboration with Opera and i3-Opera, to share the latest advances and future direction of TADF science and technologies. The workshop will cover a diverse range of topics in the areas of TADF and excitonic materials, physics, and devices.