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Holst Centre Shows Next Step Towards Cheaper Flexible Electronics

by Artem Alekseenko

Researchers from Holst Centre have become the first to use spatial atomic layer deposition (sALD) to create both the semiconductor and dielectric layer in a thin-film transistor (TFT) backplane. Using a low-temperature, large-area process …

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IMEC and CPT Show Patterned OLEDs

by Matthew Brennesholtz

IMEC, Holst Centre and Chunghwa Picture Tubes Ltd. (CPT) recently demonstrated an ultra-high resolution display made by photolithography patterning of organic light emitting diode (OLED) materials. The results are a proof of principle demonstration …

Tags:AMOLED| CPT| Holst Centre| IMEC| OLED Materials| Vol 24 - Issue 36

Holst Puts Touch and OLEDs into Plastic Mould

by Bob Raikes

A couple of weeks ago, the Holst Centre in the Netherlands released information about a demonstration car centre console that it has made based on ‘In-mold electronics’ or IME and with space for storage …

Tags:Automotive| Holst Centre| Mobile Display Monitor| OLEDs| Vol 24 - Issue 15

Perovskite Processing Goes Roll-to-Roll

by Matthew Brennesholtz

A research group in the Netherlands has has announced the development of roll-to-roll (R2R) processing of perovskites for solar cells. This system has produced solar cells with an efficiency of 12.6%, a record for …

Tags:Holst Centre| IMEC| OLED Fabs| Perovskite| Solar Panels| Solution Processing| Vol 24 - Issue 13

Imec Develops Flexible OLEDs

by Matthew Brennesholtz

The Interuniversity MicroElectronics Center, better known as Imec, is a research institution headquartered in Leuven, Belgium that has a lot of interests in OLED and display technologies and with worldwide reach. This reach includes …

Tags:AMOLED| CPT| Holst Centre| IMEC| OLED Fabs| OLEDs| Vol 23 - Issue 49

Holst Centre Creates Ceramic-based OLED

by Bob Raikes

The Holst Centre in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, has worked with a US ultra-thin ceramics supplier, ENrG Inc., to create a ceramic-based large area flexible OLED. The substrate is a 20-40 µm thick Thin E-Strate …

Tags:Holst Centre| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| OLED Materials| Vol 23 - Issue 39

Flex-o-Fab Demonstrates Flexible OLED from Roll to Roll Process

by Norbert Hildebrand

Flex-o-Fab, the European research program for OLED, has reported the first OLED device produced by a roll to roll process. The program includes 12 European companies and organizations from different fields which came together …

Tags:Holst Centre| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| OLEDs| Roll to Roll (R2R)| Vol 22 - Issue 04

Holst Can Make Washable LED Clothing

by Raverstead

Paul Breddels spoke for the Holst Centre in Eindhoven which is a research centre working on the integration of electronics in and on flexible foils. Applications are in lighting, display, solar, medical and automotive …

Tags:Flexible Displays| Holst Centre| Large Display Monitor| Latin Display 2014| LED| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 21 - Issue 46

Evonik and Holst Centre Commercialise Soluble TFTs

by Super User

Evonik and the Holst Centre have been working on a new semiconductor technology called iXsenic S for the last two years. The soluble Oxide-TFT material is now being used in mass production by ‘a …

Tags:Holst Centre| Large Display Monitor| Metal Oxide| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 21 - Issue 41| Volume 21