COMEDD is the Center for Organic Materials and Electronic Devices, based in Dresden. In 2009, COMEDD was established as a department in at the Fraunhofer IPMS, with an aim to carry out customer R&D and pilot fabrication of vacuum-processed organic materials applications. Three and a half years later, COMEDD is now an independent institute at Fraunhofer, no longer part of the IPMS.

The Fraunhofer COMEDD clean room consists of the following equipment:

  • A pilot line for the fabrication of OLEDs on 370 x 470 mm² substrates
  • Two pilot lines for 200 mm wafer for the OLED integration on silicon substrates
  • A research line for the roll-to-roll fabrication on flexible substrates.

Fraunhofer COMEDD offers a wide range of research, development and pilot production possibilities, especially for OLED lighting, organic solar cells and OLED microdisplays.

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