OLED: Materials, Devices, Fabrications, Characterization, and Manufacturing

Session Committee
Session Chair

Chair : Prof. Takashi Matsuoka, Tohoku University, Japan

Biography :

Prof. Jou received his PhD degree in 1986 from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA. After then, he worked as a Postdoctoral Visiting Scientist at IBM-Almaden Research Center, San Jose, California, USA, till 1988, before joining National Tsing-Hua University, Taiwan. Besides thin film stress, polymeric materials and expert system applications, he has been working on OLED for 26 years. His research interest includes high-efficiency, long lifetime, sunlight-style, candlelight-style, and pseudo natural light OLEDs. Most of his latest attention has been placed on anti-blue hazard and devising blue hazard free, healthy light sources for lighting and displays. He had recently published a universal, easy-to-apply light-quality index, SRI, hoping to replace CRI. Prof. Jou has published more than 140 journal papers and filed or been granted 70 patents. He is the author of 2 textbooks, namely Engineering Ethics and OLED Introduction. His invention-Candlelight OLED has received numerous awards, including IDA Lighting Design Award and Lite-on's Goldern Award of Technology.

Topics Covered by the workshop :

TADF as the third generation OLED materials Charge generation materials for tandem OLED OLED for displays and lighting Transparent OLED and applications OLED for flexible and wearable devices and applications Light outcoupling materials and structures Blue hazard free lighting technologies based on LED and OLED Approaches for fabricating long lifetime and high efficiency OLED