In October 2019 Wisechip launched the world’s first Hyperfluorescence™/TADF enabled PMOLED panel, a 2.7″ 128×64 220-nits yellow display. Kyulux’s CEO, Junji Adachi, presented Wisechip’s demonstration kit for this new panel to Prof. Chihaya Adachi (Professor of Kyushu University and Technical Advisor of Kyulux).
The new Wisechip Hyperfluorescence™ demo kit will be on display at OPERA’s showroom (at the first floor of OPERA building).
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.
On February 15th, Kyushu University opened a PR event that will be running until March 25th, introducing its new “Ito Campus” that was completed in September 2018. The PR event is being held at the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT), 2nd Floor Entrance, Tokyo.
In this event, Kyulux displays the prototype panel intended for mass production as the world’s first using Hyperfluorescence™, jointly developed with WiseChip Semiconductor Inc. in Taiwan. The display will be taking place at the exhibition booth called “The World of OPERA” (Kyushu University Advanced Leading Organic Optoelectronics Research Center).
The exhibition is taking place from 10 AM to 6 PM, Monday through Friday (Entrance Free). The last entrance is limited to 30 min before the hall closes.
On Thursday, February 28th, 2019, Nagoya University held the 24th Nagoya Medal of Organic Chemistry – prestigious awards that are given to selected chemists for their achievements. The gold medal is awarded to a synthetic chemist with international research achievements and the silver Medal is for a synthetic chemistry who accomplished excellent research in his field, a domestic rising star expected to have a bright future. Winners of these Nagoya Medals have been known to reach impressive achievements in their work.
Kyulux is proud to announce that its very own Prof. Chihaya Adachi (Kyulux’s Co-Founder, Scientific Advisor and Ex Officio Board) was chosen as The Silver Medalist of “The 24th Nagoya Medal of Organic Chemistry this year.
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” .