Solid State and Organic Lighting (SOLED)


Solid State and Organic Lighting (SOLED)

03 - 06 November 2013
JW Marriott Tucson Starr Pass, Tucson, Arizona, USA

Today LEDs and OELEDs are well embraced by mobile imaging and display, smart phone and tablets, TV and special lighting. Within the next 25 years, SOLED will become mainframe of future lighting. General lighting and illumination will undergo a revolution. Incandescent as well as gas discharge lamps will be gradually replaced by highly efficient organic and inorganic semiconductor devices. The tremendous and ongoing progress relies on advances in material science, device packaging and light management.

SOLED 2013 will cover all aspects of solid state lighting ranging from new material development and device physics to the design of efficient luminaire optics.  It will focus on  all aspects of solid state lighting and display to cover general lighting as well mobile imaging and display  ranging from new material development and device physics to the design of efficient lighting  and display devices. It also cover SOLED education and promotion topics.

Within the next 25 years general lighting and illumination will undergo a revolution. Incandescent as well as gas discharge lamps will be gradually replaced by highly efficient organic and inorganic semiconductor devices. With both light sources, efficiencies of more than 100 lm/W for white light generation have recently been demonstrated. While inorganic LEDs are expected to be the dominating point light sources, organic devices (OLEDs) will play a major role as area light sources. The tremendous and ongoing progress relies on advances in material science, device packaging and light management.



  1. LEDs
  • LED growth, internal efficiency, droop
  • Light extraction (incl. nanostructures, photonic crystals, surface plasmons)
  • Novel device designs, modeling of LEDs
  • Novel substrates and materials
  • Phosphors, white LEDs, new concepts for high-quality white
  • Color metrics for white LEDs
  • Thermal management
  • Manufacturing technologies
  • Standardization
  • LED applications

     2. OLEDs
  • LED growth, internal efficiency, droop
  • Light extraction (incl. nanostructures, photonic crystals, surface plasmons)
  • Novel device designs, modeling of LEDs
  • Novel substrates and materials
  • Phosphors, white LEDs, new concepts for high-quality white
  • Color metrics for white LEDs
  • Thermal management
  • Manufacturing technologies
  • Standardization
  • LED applications

     3. Solid State Lighting Systems
  • New active materials for high efficiency and/or long lifetime
  • Phosphorescence from novel metal-organic complexes (non-iridium based)
  • Advances in device architecture
  • Strategies for enhanced light extraction and overall optical design
  • Alternative transparent electrodes
  • Hybrid organic/inorganic approaches
  • Modeling of photonic behavior, exciton behavior and overall device physics
  • Patterning, processing, and manufacturing technologies
  • Factors that impact device lifetime and stability
  • Applications for white emission from OLEDs (e.g. lighting, displays)
  • Applications of solid state lighting
  • Optical design
  • Color management
  • Thermal management
  • Metrology and standardization
  • Drivers, adaptive control systems
4. Mobile Imaging and Display
 
5. Visible Lighting from Silicon Photonics

Neal R. Armstrong, University of Arizona, United StatesCritical Interfaces in Emerging Thin Film Photovoltaic Technologies: From Basic Science to Policy and Economic Issues, plenary

Heinz Frei, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, United StatesDynamic Spectroscopy – a Critical Tool for Developing Artificial Photosynthesis, plenary

Doug Hall, U.S Department of Energy, United States, Invention and Innovation – Key to keeping Photovoltaic R&D in the United States, plenary

Jason Brooks, Universal Display Corp.United StatesRecent Progress in Highly Efficient Phosphorescent White OLEDs, Invited

Steve DenBaars, University of California Santa BarbaraUnited StatesDevelopment of InGaN/GaN Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) and Laser Diodes for Energy Efficient Lighting and Displays, Invited

Peter Djurovich, University of Southern CaliforniaUnited StatesLigand control of radiative and nonradiative processes in phosphorescent cyclometalated platinum complexes, Invited

Ken Foo, GoogleUnited StatesGreen Display for the Internet, Invited

Robert Karlicek, Rensselaer Polytechnic InstituteUnited StatesSmart Lighting – Illumination Systems that Think, Invited

Changhee Lee, Seoul National UniversitySouth KoreaEfficient Full-color Colloidal Quantum Dot Light-emitting Diodes using an Inverted Device Structure, Invited

Biwu Ma, Florida State UniversityUnited StatesNanoscale Site Isolation of Different Emitters for White Emission , Invited

Barry O'Brien, Arizona State UniversityUnited StatesFull Color Organic Light Emitting Diode Displays on Flexible Substrates, Invited

Qibing Pei, University of California Los AngelesUnited StatesHigh-Efficiency Flexible Polymer OLEDs, Invited

Nadya Piskun, Philips Color Kinetics LightingUnited StatesIntelligent High-quality White Light in Functional Application with Color Accent, Invited

Tobias Schmidt, Osram GmbHGermanyHigh CRI Spotlight for Art Galleries, Invited

Jiangeng Xue, University of FloridaUnited StatesHigh Efficiency Light-Emitting Devices based on Quantum Dots, Invited
 
 
Chair
Russell Holmes, University of Minnesota Twin Cities, United States
Dongxue (Michael) Wang, Intel Corporation, United States

Program Chair
Vida Ilderem, Intel Corporation, United States
Jian Li, Arizona State University, United States
Bart Salters, Philips Research Laboratory, Netherlands

Member
Paul Burn, University of Queensland, Australia
Geoff Burns, Intel Corporation,
Jiang Dong Deng, Harvard University, United States
Daniel Gamota, Jabil, Inc., United States
Min Gu, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Peng Jin, Peking University, China
John Koshel, Photon Engineering LLC, United States
Rongguang Liang, University of Arizona, United States
Ruiqing Ma, Universal Display Corp., United States
Ian Mann, Bluglass, Australia
E. Fred Schubert, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, United States
Andrew Skipor, Amazon, United States
Christian Wetzel, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, United States
Zhiping Zhou, Peking University, China
Jim Zhuang, Intel Corporation, United States
Congress Reception
Join your fellow attendees for the Congress Reception. Enjoy delectable fare while networking. The reception is open to committee/presenting author/student and full conference attendees. Conference attendees may purchase extra tickets for their guest.

Joint Poster Sessions
Posters are an integral part of the technical program and offer a unique networking opportunity, where presenters can discuss their results one-to-one with interested parties. Each author is provided with a 4 ft. × 8 ft. (1.22 m × 2.44 m) board on which to display the summary and results of his or her paper.

General Session with Plenary Speakers

  • Neal R. Armstrong, University of Arizona, USACritical Interfaces in Emerging Thin Film Photovoltaic Technologies: From Basic Science to Policy and Economic Issues
  • Heinz Frei, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA, Dynamic Spectroscopy – a Critical Tool for Developing Artificial Photosynthesis
  • Doug Hall, U.S Department of Energy, USAInvention and Innovation – Key to keeping Photovoltaic R&D in the United States

A Discussion on the Future Areas for Funding and Research for Solar
Sponsored by the OSA Optics for Energy Technical Group

The panel will discuss new directions in research for solar energy and possible funding sources. It will include a panelist from DOE and NREL, and industrial representative from Amonix and SOLON. The panel discussion will be guided to make it of general interest to all Congress attendees.

Panelist
  • Harry Atwater, Resnick Sustainability Institute at Caltech, USA
  • Ken Baldwin, Australian National Univ. Energy Change Institute, Australia
  • Matthew Fraser, Arizona State Univ./QESST, USA
  • Adam Plesniak, Amonix, USA
  • Andru Prescod, DOE CSP Program, USA
  • Bill Richarson, SOLON, USA

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