Materials, Structure Designs and Device Fabrications for Highly Efficient/Long Lifetime Organic Light-Emitting Diodes
Organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) constitute an excellent technology and have already been commercialized in full-color display panels due to their high efficiency and low manufacturing costs. Over the past two decades, tremendous efforts have been spent to improve the performance of OLEDs by measures such as developing efficient phosphorescent materials and TADF materials, or exploiting various device configurations to efficiently utilize excitons. Though the efficiency and lifetime of OLEDs have been made great progress, OLEDs still have a lot of issues to be solved before they can be widely used as lighting devices.
We expect that high-performance OLEDs which are highly efficient and/or highly reliable will be deveoped through the further exploration of the design of novel organic materials, new device structures and the underlying emission mechanisms. This Topic aims to cover recent developments in OLEDs. Contributions to this Topic can include full research articles, short communications, and reviews focusing on recent advancements in OLEDs.
Prof. Dr. Ping Chen
Prof. Dr. Jwo-Huei Jou
- phosphorescent materials
- TADF materials
- fluorescent materials
- device structure
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