Nanoco Spins Off 2D Materials Company

by Peter Palomaki

Nanoco (LON: NANO), the British company known for producing, licensing and promoting cadmium-free quantum dot technology, has recently announced the formation of a wholly owned subsidiary, Nanoco 2D Materials Ltd. Nanoco was originally a …

Tags:Nanoco| Perovskite| Quantum Dots| R&D (Research & Development)| Vol 25 - Issue 18

What’s Next for Quantum Dots?

by Peter Palomaki

Every year in March, the world’s experts in QDs convene for the Quantum Dots Forum to discuss recent advances, market conditions, and new implementations of QDs for displays and other applications. This year’s QD …

Tags:MicroLED| Perovskite| Quantum Dots| ROHS| Vol 25 - Issue 13

Progress Reported on Perovskite-Based Quantum Dots

by Arthur Berman

A team of researchers led by Dr. Elton Santos of the School of Mathematics and Physics at Queen’s University (Belfast, Ireland) have discovered that, when Quantum Dots (QDs) are clustered together, they are more …

Tags:Perovskite| Quantum Dots| Vol 25 - Issue 08

Belfast Team Develops Bright Green QDs

by Bob Raikes

A research team at Queen’s University, Belfast, Northern Ireland, working with the ETH in Zurich, Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology, Florida State University) and the National Taiwan University of Science and …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| PeLED (Perovskite LED)| Perovskite| Quantum Dots| R&D (Research & Development)| Vol 25 - Issue 05

Samsung Develops Sensitive X-Ray Detector Material

by Bob Raikes

Samsung has developed a new X-Ray detector material that is said to be 20 times more sensitive than existing detectors and is based on perovskite material as well as being cheaper than existing materials. …

Tags:Dicom Medical Calibration| Large Display Monitor| Medical| Perovskite| Vol 24 - Issue 38

QH01 Overview of Quantum Dots

by Chris Chinnock

The QLED and HDR10+ Summit at IFA was organized by Insight Media with sponsorship from Samsung Electronics. It ran on September 1 at the Waldorf Astoria Berlin hotel and attracted over 100 industry professionals …

Tags:IFA 2017| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Perovskite| QLED and HDR10+ Summit 2017| Quantum Dots| Samsung| Vol 24 - Issue 35

Tuning the Color of Perovskite LEDs

by Bob Raikes

Sixteen authors from institutions in Austria, Germany and Sweden recently reported on a technique to adjust the color of LED emissions using perovskites. This adjustment is done at the manufacturing stage, not in real-time …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| LED| Mobile Display Monitor| Perovskite| R&D (Research & Development)| Semiconductors| Vol 24 - Issue 30

Scientists Open Perovskite Processing Window

by Bob Raikes

Perovskite solar cells made by NRELAlthough this development is related to making solar cells, the issue of the use of perovskties is of big interest in the display world, so we noted with interest …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Perovskite| Solar Panels| Solution Processing| 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

Prof Kathirgamanathan Sees QDs Important for Rec. 2020

by Bob Raikes

The first speaker was Prof Poopathy Kathirgamanathan (PK) who is a display technologist from Brunel University in London. He was originally very involved in OLED and is now involved in Quantum Dots (QD) and …

Tags:Electronic Displays & Embedded World 2017| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| OLEDs| Perovskite| Quantum Dots| Rec 2020| Vol 24 - Issue 11

MIT Shines A New Light On Displays

by Matthew Brennesholtz

It is hard to think of a light source that hasn’t been harnessed by display technologists. Sunlight is used to illuminate e-books and transflective displays. Candles and whale oil lamps were used in magic …

Tags:display technology| Graphene| MIT| Perovskite| Plasmonic Displays| Vol 23 - Issue 23

Indium Prices High but Fairly Stable

by Matthew Brennesholtz

Indium is the key ingredient in Indium-Tin Oxide (ITO), a transparent conductive coating found in virtually all displays, including both LCDs and OLEDs. It is also used in many types of touch screens. The …

Tags:ITO| ITO Replacement| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Perovskite| Vol 23 - Issue 09