Kyulux

Kyulux logo Kyulux, established in Japan in 2015, develops next generation materials for OLED displays and lighting.

Based on exclusively-licensed technology from Kyushu University, Kyulux develops hyperfluorescence TADF emitters that will enable cost-effective, durable and efficient OLEDs that do not rely on rare metals. Kyulux’s first aim is to develop commercial red, green and yellow hyperfluorescence emitter/host combinations, to replace the 2nd-Gen phosphorescent emitters currently used in OLED displays and lighting panels.

Cynora

Cynora logoCynora, established in 2003 in Germany, is developing new materials for OLEDs and OPVs, and is also involved with component design and production processes. In October 2012 the company unveiled flexible solution-based OLED prototypes that use the company's own emitter materials.

In July 2013 Germany’s BMBF launched the cyCESH project which aims to develop soluble (printable) materials for low-cost high efficiency OLED lighting devices, Cynora is the leader of the consortium in this €6 million project, together with Novaled and the University of Regensburg.

Universal Display Corporation (UDC)

Universal Display (UDC) logoUniversal Display (UDC) is an OLED research company, and one of the field's pioneers. UDC is involved in OLED IP, and holds many patent related to the commercialization of phosphorescent based OLEDs and also flexible, transparent and stacked OLEDs - for both display and lighting applications. The company offers both emitting and host materials.

UDC licenses its OLED production IP, and also sells OLED chemicals. UDC lists Samsung, LG, Pioneer, Panasonic Idemitsu OLED lighting and Konica Minolta as its licensees. UDC is working with many other companies, including Sony, DuPont and Novaled. Back in 2009 UDC claimed that "virtually All AMOLEDs on the market use our technology".

Daejoo Electronic Materials

Daejoo Electronic Materials logoDaejoo Electronic Materials, based in Korea, manufactures materials for the electronic industry. The company's materials are used in a wide range of applications such as LEDs, CFLs, epoxies, glass materials, phosphors and more.

Orthogonal

Orthogonal logoOrthogonal, based in Rochester, NY, US is developing proprietary photoresist solution that allows direct patterning of OLED materials for flexible display applications.

Orthogonal is using fluorinated chemicals that behaves and performs the same standard photoresist, yet is fully compatible with organic electronic materials.

R-Display & Lighting

R-Display and Lighting logoR-Display & Lighting (RDL) was established in 2011 by an ex-Kodak professional to develop OLED technologies.

RDL is developing technology and materials (including emitter and charge transporting materials) for both OLED display and lighting products.

PPG Industries

PPG Industries logoPPG Industries, founded in 1883 and based in Pittsburgh US, produces specialty and commodity chemicals, coatings, optical products and glass products.

Duksan Hi-Metal

Duksan Hi-Metal logoDuksan Hi-Metal (part of the DS Group) is a material maker based in Korea, involved in two segments - semiconductor and OLED materials. Duksan produces OLED materials and is a supplier of Samsung Display.

Doosan Electo Materials

Doosan Electro Materials was established in 1974 as part of the Korean Doosan group is a electronic material developer and producer.

Sun Fine Chem

SFC LogoSun Fine Chem (SFC), based in Korea, develops fine chemicals for OLEDs, organic TFTs, PDP displays and other devices.

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