KAIST researchers develop a new transparent OLED electrode material

Researcher from Korea's Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) developed a new transparent OLED electrode. They report that this electrode material, developed using colloidal lithography, is efficient, transparent and avoid the "haziness" apparent with thin metal or oxide based electrodes.

The researchers have already obtained patents for this invention in Korea and they hope that this technology could be commercialized in transparent OLEDs within three years.

Posted: Nov 15,2013 by Ron Mertens