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New paradigms for high efficiency blue emitters for white OLEDS

From 2015-02-01 to 2018-07-31, closed project | PHEBE Website

Project details

Total cost:

EUR 3 931 688

EU contribution:

EUR 3 931 688

Coordinated in:

Luxembourg

Call for proposal:

H2020-ICT-2014-1See other projects for this call

Funding scheme:

RIA - Research and Innovation action

Objective

Deliverables

  • Project website

    The deliverable will contain information on the project website and plans regarding its content management during the project.

  • Promotional material (Powerpoint presentation, short film, leaflet and poster)

    The report will contain information regarding the promotional materials of the project, namely: • Project leaflet (2 pages, A4 size) and project poster (A1 size), • PowerPoint presentation providing overview of the project and expected achievements, • Short film about the project will be published on Youtube and the project website • News releases over the duration of the project,

Publications

  • TADF – can we achieve deep blue?
    Author(s): TU Dresden colleagues
  • The Physics of TADF
    Author(s): A.Monkman
  • The Physics of TADF - Seminar at the Federal University of Santa Catarina
    Author(s): A.Monkman
  • Combination of aggregation-induced emission and thermally activated delayed fluorescence observed for 2,5-donor-substituted benzonitriles
    Author(s): KTU colleagues
  • Prof. Andy Monkman explaining thermally activated delayed fluorescence (TADF)
    Author(s): Prof. Andrew Monkman (Durham University)
  • 3-Carbazolyl-4-phenilquinolin(on)es as new potential emitters for blue organic light emitting diodes
    Author(s): KTU colleagues
  • Spin-orbit charge transfer mechanism in a thermally-activate delayed fluorescence molecule
    Author(s): A.Monkam
  • D-A-D derivatives for efficient blue OLEDs
    Author(s): KTU colleagues
  • Thermally activated delayed fluorescence A new route to more efficient OLEDs?
    Author(s): TU Dresden colleagues
  • Synthesis and properties of bipolar compounds containing naphthalimide and triphenylamine moieties
    Author(s): KTU colleagues
  • Photo-physical and charge transporting properties of carbazole-based derivative exhibiting thermally activated delayed fluorescence
    Author(s): KTU colleagues
  • Photophysical properties of dyphenilphosphinoxidotetraarylpyrrole.
    Author(s): KTU colleagues
  • Control of Interfacial Exciplex Emission by Electric Field and Measuring the Charge Separation Distance
    Author(s): Andrew Monkman, Hameed Al'Attar
  • Poster: thermally activated delayed fluorescence (TADF) in OLEDs utilizing carbazol-donor-benzofluoride-acceptor complexes
    Author(s): TU Dresden colleagues
  • Direct and indirect luminescence from triplet states of organic molecules
    Author(s): TU Dresden colleagues
  • Poster: Rational design of thermally activated delayed fluorescence materials: The competition between internal conversion and non-radiative decay processes
    Author(s): TU Dresden colleagues
  • Organic light-emitting diodes based on a new phenanthroimidazole derivative
    Author(s): KTU colleagues
  • Whole day of talks on TADF with PHEBE members and wider community present - Maximising the RISC
    Author(s): A.Monkam, M.Etherington, H.Cole, et al
  • From sky-blue TADF to hybrid white organic light-emitting diodes
    Author(s): TU Dresden colleagues
  • PHEBE Project video
    Author(s): PHEBE Consortium Partners
  • New ambipolar 1,8-naphthalimide derivatives exhibitting aggregation enhanced emission phenomenon: photophysical and photoelectrical studies
    Author(s): KTU colleagues
  • RISC mechanism in TADF
    Author(s): A.Monkman
  • "Presentation ""Rational Design of Thermally Activated Delayed Fluorescence Materials: The Competition between Internal Conversion and Non-Radiative Decay Processes"""
    Author(s): Paul Kleine, Florian Wuest, Eni Dodbiba, Martin Oberlaender, Ludwig Popp, Olaf Zeika, Ramunas Lygaitis, Simone Lenk, Reinhard Scholz, Sebastian Reineke.
  • Efficient blue TADF OLEDs - ICSM Gounzhou China
    Author(s): A.Monkman
  • Efficient blue TADF OLEDs - EL2016 Taiyaun China
    Author(s): A.Monkman

Coordinator

INTELLIGENTSIA CONSULTANTS SARL
Luxembourg

EU contribution: EUR 308 750,50


RUE DE MAMER 38
8081 BERTRANGE
Luxembourg
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Activity type: Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)

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Participants

NOVALED GMBH
Germany

EU contribution: EUR 1 156 250


TATZBERG 49
01307 DRESDEN
Germany
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ASTRON FIAMM SAFETY SARL
Participation ended
France

EU contribution: EUR 455 000


35 RUE PASTEUR ZONE D ENTREPRISE
83210 LA FARLEDE
France
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UNIVERSITY OF DURHAM
United Kingdom

EU contribution: EUR 712 437,50


STOCKTON ROAD THE PALATINE CENTRE
DH1 3LE DURHAM
United Kingdom
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Activity type: Higher or Secondary Education Establishments

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TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITAET DRESDEN
Germany

EU contribution: EUR 690 500


HELMHOLTZSTRASSE 10
01069 DRESDEN
Germany
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Activity type: Higher or Secondary Education Establishments

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KAUNO TECHNOLOGIJOS UNIVERSITETAS
Lithuania

EU contribution: EUR 608 750


K DONELAICIO 73
44249 KAUNAS
Lithuania
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Activity type: Higher or Secondary Education Establishments

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