The HyperOLED Project aims to develop materials and matching device architectures for high-performance, hyperfluorescence OLED emitters. These OLED emitters will be realized by combining TADF molecular hosts with novel shielded fluorescence emitters, targeting saturated blue emission of very high efficiency at high brightness. The project will also achieve efficiency gains through molecular alignment to enhance light outcoupling.

The project aims to integrate multiple blue and white stack unit prototypes (2 x 2 mm² in size on 30x30mm glass substrates) will be integrated into a high-brightness OLED microdisplay based on MicroOLED's 0.38" WVGA backplane.

HyperOLED is coordinated by Merck, and the project partners are MicroOLED, the Fraunhofer IOF institute, the University of Durham and Intelligentsia Consultants. The three-year HyperOLED project received a €4 million grant from the EU.