SDC launches a new platform for OLED material simulation to support its partners R&D projects

Samsung Display launched a new platform for OLED material simulation, to support its growing partner ecosystem for the development of OLED materials. The platform is open for Samsung's partners at no cost, and other companies can obtain a license.

Samsung Display Sync-OLED system photo

The platform, called Sync-OLED, is used to evaluation OLED material characteristics before they are synthesized, to help speed up R&D projects that aim to find improved materials. The platform was developed in collaboration with the Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information (KISTI) Super Computing Application Center.

Sync-OLED can be used to simulate complex characteristics such as charge mobility, in addition to the basic characteristics of OLED materials. The software runs on the KISTI super computer platform.

Posted: Feb 06,2022 by Ron Mertens