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Optoelectronics

Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge
 
Read more at: A new class of bright and efficient OLEDs

A new class of bright and efficient OLEDs

3 April 2017

A team of scientists from OE have developed a new class of bright and efficient OLEDs using materials designed at the University of East Anglia, with quantum chemical calculations conducted at the University of Eastern Finland. Their paper, to be published in Science magazine, was selected for First Release, early online...


Read more at: FlexEnable wins awards

FlexEnable wins awards

22 November 2016

We are pleased to note that FlexEnable won two categories (Emerging Technology and Startup) in the recent IET Innovation Awards FlexEnable originated as a spinout company (originally, as 'Plastic Logic') from the Optoelectronics Group in 2000, and is developing flexible displays and sensors. http://www.flexenable.com/


Read more at: New arrivals

New arrivals

28 September 2016

October is the traditional time of year to start in the OE group, and in 2016 we welcome 17 new arrivals - mostly Graduate Students. That's in addition to the 10 "postdocs", staff and visitors that came over the summer. They are listed in the OE Staff Directory on our new website - but note that we don't have pictures of...


Read more at: Start of the Academic Year

Start of the Academic Year

13 September 2016

Michaelmas Term starts officially on Tuesday 3rd October, with lectures for undergraduates starting on Thursday 5th. Optoelectronics will have many new people starting, graduate students and postdocs: details will appear on the " OE Staff Directory " soon. We have updated our website so that we have the same style and...


Read more at: New class of ultra-efficient organometallic phosphors discovered

New class of ultra-efficient organometallic phosphors discovered

6 June 2016

A new class of ultra-efficient organometallic phosphors was discovered through a collaboration with UEA and the University of Eastern Finland External link to paper. AS Romanov et al. Chemical Communications 52 (38), 6379-6382


Read more at: World's first lead-free luminescent perovskite quantum dots synthesised

World's first lead-free luminescent perovskite quantum dots synthesised

6 June 2016

World's first lead-free luminescent perovskite quantum dots synthesised. External link to paper. TC Jellicoe et al. Journal of the American Chemical Society 138 (9), 2941-2944


Read more at: Dan Credgington was awarded a Royal Society research grant

Dan Credgington was awarded a Royal Society research grant

6 June 2016

Dan Credgington was awarded a Royal Society research grant to explore spin control for enhancing the fluorescence yield of Organic LEDs. Welcome to Saul Jones, who joins the group to work on this project.


Read more at: Welcome to Joe Ratanapreechachai

Welcome to Joe Ratanapreechachai

6 June 2016

Welcome to Joe Ratanapreechachai, who has joined the group on a Royal Thai Government scholarship to study triplet fusion in organic LEDs with Dan Credgington.


Read more at: Organic-free architecture for use in perovskite LEDs

Organic-free architecture for use in perovskite LEDs

6 June 2016

Working with the Device Materials Group in the department of Materials Science and Metallurgy, we have created a new organic-free architecture for use in perovskite LEDs. External link to paper. RLZ Hoye et al, Advanced Materials 27 (8), 1414-1419


Read more at: Blue polymer OLED's

Blue polymer OLED's

6 June 2016

Working with the Device Materials Group in the department of Materials Science and Metallurgy, we have created the first efficient blue polymer OLEDs in an inverted structure, where all of the processing steps are conducted at a low enough temperature for roll-to-roll printing on plastic. External link to paper. RLZ Hoye...