CYNORA presents the status of blue TADF technology for displays at OLEDS World Summit 2018
CYNORA (Bruchsal, Germany), a leader in TADF (thermally activated delayed fluorescence) materials for next-generation OLEDs, presents latest technology updates and new achievements in deep-blue materials at the OLEDs World Summit in San Francisco, California, from 18-20 September 2018.
OLEDs are on the way to dominate the display market for TV and mobile applications. But a high-efficiency deep-blue emitter for display is mandatory to reach the full potential of the OLED technology. Current state-of-the-art materials and technologies have been unable to bring such a deep-blue material for many years. CYNORA is favouring the development of a new technology: TADF. It is the first company to demonstrate high-efficiency deep-blue materials for OLED displays, which are expected to solve the current blue problem.
The innovative TADF technology can be used in several approaches, either in a self-emitting approach or in several co-emitting approaches, such as hyper-fluorescence among others. Andreas Haldi, CYNORA’s CMO, will present these approaches in his talk at the OLEDs World Summit.
“OLED displays request a specific deep-blue material,” says Thomas Baumann, CYNORA’s CSO. “This deep blue is much more challenging than any other colour such as sky-blue, green or red. CYNORA is addressing all TADF approaches for deep blue: self-emitting as well as co-emitting.”
“Our strategy is to start with the most challenging material for OLED displays: deep blue. Then we will use our blue know-how to develop the less challenging highly efficient green and red materials rapidly,” says Andreas Haldi, CYNORA’s CMO.
Andreas Haldi will present the newest deep-blue TADF development for displays at the OLEDs World Summit on Wednesday, 19 September 2018.
Caption: Andreas Haldi (photo: CYNORA)