<The 2019 Kyoto Prize Workshop> Science and Technology of Organic Light-Emitting Diodes: Present Status and Future Prospect
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Smartphones with vibrant screens that fold in half. Televisions that roll up into a box or are thin enough to hang on a wall like a picture. Highly efficient flexible lighting panels that wrap around walls.
At the core of all of these devices are organic light-emitting diodes, which changed the use of organic materials as light emitters in electronic devices from a research novelty to a technology with possible practical applications through the seminal work of Ching W. Tang and Steven Van Slyke.
To commemorate Tang's reception of the 2019 Kyoto Prize in Advanced Technology, which is given to individuals who have made significant contributions in the fields of science and technology, come hear firsthand from one of the fathers of the organic light-emitting diode himself at the 2019 Kyoto Prize Workshop.
The workshop will cover the present status and future prospects of organic light-emitting diodes and, in addition to Tang, features a slate of speakers from around the world at the forefront of the future of this technology discussing new materials, devices, and physics.
Registration is free, and all talks will be in English.
Do not miss this opportunity to hear today about the research that may be powering the technology that you use tomorrow.
|Dates||2019.11.13 [Wed] 13:00 ～ 2019.11.13 [Wed] 17:15|
|Venue name||Inamori Center, Kyushu University|
|Seating capacity||In order of arrival 200People|
|Participation fee||Free of charge|
|Event details||Coordinator and Chair
Tetsuo Tsutsui (Professor Emeritus, Kyushu University)
Chihaya Adachi (Professor, Kyushu University)
Kazuhide Inoue (Executive Vice President, Kyushu University)
Opening Address / Introduction of Laureate
13:10 Keynote Talk
Ching W. Tang (the Laureate in Advanced Technology)
“Development of OLED Display Technology”
15:20 Karolis Kazlauskas (Chief Research Fellow, Institute of Photonics and Nanotechnology, Faculty of Physics, Vilnius University)
“Photophysics of TADF emitters for high-efficiency OLEDs”
15:00 Hironori Kaji (Professor, Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University)
“In silico material design for organic light-emitting diodes”
15:50 Sebastian Reineke (Professor, Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden Integrated Center for Applied Physics and Photonic Materials (IAPP))
“Understanding and engineering of high performance OLEDs”
16:30 Chihaya Adachi (Professor, Kyushu University)
“Current injection organic semiconductor laser diodes”
17:10 Closing Address
Advanced registration required|
2019.09.26[Thu] - 2019.11.09[Sat]
Name: Inamori Foundation
|Publishing period||2019.10.08[Tue] - 2019.11.13[Wed]|