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GREENER Project lands in California!

Speech in San Francisco on GREENER project

GREENER Project lands in California!

30 January 2024

The GREENER project took the stage at SPIE Photonics West in San Francisco, presenting significant advancements in Quantum Dot LED (QD-LED) technology. Dr. Jörn Langenickel, from the Fraunhofer Institute of Electronic Nano Systems and Technische Universität Chemnitz, delivered a talk titled “Fabrication and characterization of quantum dot based LEDs with enhanced emission properties by micro cavities” on January 30th, 2024.

The presentation introduced an innovative method to enhance QD-LED performance by incorporating Bragg resonator substrates. This approach narrowed the emission spectrum of red-emitting QD-LEDs to less than 20 nm, providing a more focused emission pattern. Additionally, the research explored the modulation characteristics of QD-LEDs on Bragg substrates, revealing their potential for improved displays, lighting, and sensing applications. During his speech, he introduced the audience to the GREENER Project, outlining its key characteristics and primary objectives.

What is SPIE Photonics West?

SPIE Photonics West is one of the largest gatherings in the world for the photonics and laser industries. It’s an annual conference and exhibition held in San Francisco, California, USA. The event covers a wide range of topics, including optics, lasers, biomedical optics, micro/nano technologies, and more. Photonics West provides a platform for researchers, engineers, and industry professionals to exchange ideas, present their latest research findings, and explore the newest technologies and products in the field. It typically includes technical sessions, workshops, courses, and an exhibition where companies showcase their latest innovations in photonics-related products and services.

Stay updated on the GREENER project’s progress!