TADF, or Thermally Activated Delayed Fluorescence, is a relatively new class of OLED emitter materials that promise efficient and long-lifetime performance without any heavy metals. TADF was discovered 10 years ago, and the 4th International TADF Workshop will mark the event.

Blue TADF emitter molecules

The TADF Workshop will cover a diverse range of topics in TADF, excitonic materials, physics and devices - including a special focus on device architectures, up-conversion mechanisms, radical (doublet) emitters and perovskite emitters.

The event, co-organized by OPERA, i3-OPERA and Kyulux, will be co-located with the 2nd i3-opera Forum which focuses in next-generation display technologies, including AR/VR/MR, Micro-LEDs, QLEDs, lasers and more.

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