Toray Research Center (TRC) has launched its open online webinar focused on OLED technologies. TRC, who supplies technical analysis and support for R&D and manufacturing, invites you to attend the online lectures at no cost, to get a deeper understanding on OLED technologies and analysis of OLED devices. The webinar recordings are now accessible for two weeks.
The first lecture, titled 'current analytical techniques for displays', will focus on current techniques used for OLED analysis, including OLED layers observation by high-contrast STEM, OLED layer construction analysis by GCIB-TOF-SIMS and TOF-SIMS MS/MS and quantification analysis using LC/CAD. The same lecture will also discuss recent topics in analysis technology, including the degradation analysis of QD devices.
The second lecture will discuss the purpose of OLED device evaluation, and details TRC's service of reverse engineering a commercial OLED panel. The company's service can detail the complete OLED stack structure and can also analyze the backplane, under-the-display sensors, encapsulation, filters and more. This can help companies investigate patent infringement, survey current trends in OLED production and analyze competing OLED makers capabilities and achievements.
The third lecture, titled "Luminance degradation analysis of OLEDs using analyses and simulations" discuss a joint research project by TRC and MOLFEX. The lecture will discuss the analysis project procedures, methods and results - including simulations and discoveries that help design OLED emitters with increased lifetime.
Finally, the fourth lecture is titled "Electronic structure analysis for organic semiconductor devices'. In this lecture, two case studies will be discussed, and how the complete device band diagram was analyzed and the electronic structure and interfaces were detailed.
This was a sponsored post by TRC