Graphene OLED Touch Layer Demonstrated

by Bob Raikes

What They Say Queen Mary University of London (which must have re-branded from Queen Mary College) working with Paragraf (Cambridge, UK) and Tokyo, Japan, have collaborated in a research project that used a monolayer …

Tags:Graphene| ITO| ITO Replacement| OLEDs

Graphene Enables Fabrication of Flexible MicroLED Devices

by Arthur Berman

MicroLEDs can be as small as 2 microns and bundled to produce a device of almost any size. These features can be considered some of the up-side of microLEDs fabricated using conventional technologies. One …

Tags:Flexible Displays| Graphene| MicroLED

New Graphene Quantum Dot Fabrication Technology Under Development

by Arthur Berman

A team of researchers headed by Professor Shin Hyun-seok of the Department of Natural Science within the Department of Energy Engineering at Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) (Ulsan, Republic of Korea) …

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What Bob Saw on the Net 22/08/2019

by Bob Raikes

Most days, our editor, Bob, spends some time looking around the net for news. Here are some articles and links that he thought worth sharing… (note that registration or subscriptions may be required!) Top-15 …

Tags:Apple| Graphene| Kiosks| Semiconductor Market| Smartphones| Super Hi-Vision (8K)| tablets| Virtual Reality

Wuxi Smartwatch Uses Graphene for Touch

by Bob Raikes

Wuxi Graphine Film Co Ltd has a new smart health watch, the GF1 that uses a passive OLED 1.3″ white OLED with 128 x 64 resolution. The unit started shipping in China at the …

Tags:Graphene| Mobile Display Monitor| Smartwatches| Touch| Vol 25 - Issue 15

New Material Offers Potential for High Efficiency Displays

by Arthur Berman

A team of researchers within the Department of Physics at the Indian Institute of Science (Bangalore, India) or IISc has created a novel hybrid material composed of graphene and quantum dots. The new material …

Tags:Graphene| India| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Quantum Dots| R&D (Research & Development)| Vol 25 - Issue 02

Could Graphene Be Used in OLEDs?

by Arthur Berman

The materials used in OLED devices can be very sensitive to oxygen and moisture. As a result, such devices needs to be isolated from the atmosphere. The means typically used to provide a protective …

Tags:Encapsulation| Graphene| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| OLEDs| Vol 24 - Issue 41

ETRI Work on Graphene Progresses

by Bob Raikes

ETRI (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute) in Korea said that it has developed transparent electrodes for OLEDs using graphene. in cooperation with Hanwha Techwin. The substrate size was 370 x 470, although the image …

Tags:Graphene| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| OLEDs| Vol 24 - Issue 14

Alternative Materials for Thin, Flexible LEDs

by Bob Raikes

An article in Photonics Online has explained research published in Nanoscale Horizons on work by researchers at the Ultrafast Laser Lab at the University of Kansas to use ‘atomically thin’ layers of molybdenum disulfide …

Tags:Graphene| Large Display Monitor| LED| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 24 - Issue 07

A New Means to Produce Graphene Has Display Applications

by Arthur Berman

This week’s news contained a report that, for the first time, OLED electrodes have been produced from graphene. The process was developed and optimized as part of an EU-funded program called the “Gladiator” project. …

Tags:Flexible Displays| Fraunhofer| Graphene| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 24 - Issue 02

Development of a Graphene Based IMOD

by Norbert Hildebrand

The University of Delft and Graphenea SA (a Spain-based graphene company) have published some research that outlines a new way of making an IMOD (interferometric modulator display) similar to the not so successful Mirasol …

Tags:display technology| Graphene| Mobile Display Monitor| Novel Displays| Reflective Display| Vol 23 - Issue 44

Flexible OLED Under Development that Uses Graphene

by Arthur Berman

A team from Pohang University of Science and Technology (Pohang, South Korea) is developing an OLED that is claimed to be extremely flexible as well as very efficient when compared to current OLED technologies. …

Tags:Graphene| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| OLEDs| Vol 23 - Issue 39