Solid-State and Organic Lighting (SOLED)

Solid-State and Organic Lighting (SOLED)

SOLED focuses on new materials (both organic and inorganic) and new devices for lighting,their manufacture and lighting policy.  The conference will showcase the latest inorganic and organic materials developed for solid-state lighting, novel lighting structures, theory and modelling, and manufacturing and lighting issues. It aims to bring together people from along the research, development and manufacturing pipeline with presentations from industry and academia.

SOLED Keynote

Toshihiko IwasakiToshihiko Iwasaki
Konica Minolta
Japan
 



1. Materials
  • Novel inorganic light-emitting materials
  • Recent progress on organic and organometallic emitting species (singlet, triplet)
  • Unconventional organic light-sources
  • Transparent conducting electrodes for large area lighting
2. Device Concepts
  • Concepts for enhanced light out-coupling
  • Interfaces and interfacial engineering
  • Concepts for energy efficient light generation
  • Theory and modelling of device performance
  • Lifetime studies and measurements
  • Scaling from laboratory to module scale
3. Manufacturing and Policy
  • Green lighting system Codes and standards
  • Luminaire design and manufacturing
  • SSL Markets & Application
  • Human factors of lighting
Steven Chu, Stanford University, USA
 
James G. Anderson, Anderson Group, Harvard University, USA

Toshihiko Iwasaki, Konica Minolta, Japan

Martin Green,  University of South Wales, Australia

Roland Winston, University of California Merced, USA

Mark Bown, Commonwealth Sci and Indus Res Org, Australia, Recent Progress In High Efficiency Blue Emitter Materials for Oleds – Development Of Phosphorescent and Tadf Materials, Invited

Alexander Colsmann, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany, All-solution Processed Tandem Oleds for White-light Emission, Invited

Martina Gerken, Christian-Albrechts Universität zu Kiel, Germany, Multi-periodic Photonic Crystal Out-coupling Layers for Flexible Oleds , Invited

Hideki Hirayama, RIKEN, Recent Progress and Future Prospects Of Algan-based Deep-UV Leds , Invited

Peng Jin, Peking University, China, Spectral Effect Of Multi-chip Led On Color Contrast Sensitivity with Spd Tuning , Invited

Jwo-Huei Jou, National Tsing Hua University, Enabling A Blue-hazard Free General Lighting Based On Candllight-style Oled , Invited

Jang-Joo Kim, Seoul National University, Orientation of Transition Dipole Moments of Phosphorescent Dyes, Invited

Wen-Yong Lai, Nanjing Univ Posts & Telecommunications, China, The Influence Of Backbone and Conformation Of Conjugated Macroelectrolytes As Interfacial Layers for Organic Electronics , Invited

Kei May Lau, Hong Kong Univ of Science and Technology, Hong Kong, LED on Silicon (LEDoS) Microdisplays, Invited

Changhee Lee, Seoul National University, South Korea, Efficient Full-color and White Quantum Dot LEDs Using an Inverted Device Structure, Invited

Chun-Sing Lee, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Application of Charge Transfer Complexes in Organic Optoelectronic Devices , Invited

Jeong-Ik Lee, Electronics & Telecomm Res. Inst, South Korea, More Light From Oleds Through Nano/Micro Technologies , Invited

Jong-Lam Lee, Pohang University of Science & Technology, South Korea, Towards Highly Transparent Conducting Electrodes for Flexible Devices , Invited

Qiming Li, Enraytek Optoelectronics Co, Ltd., China, Advancing Ingan Leds: Materials and Devices, Invited

Bing Liang, SINANO, China, A Study of Light-extraction-efficiency Of Leds Packaged on a Transparent Lead-frame , Invited

Shih-Chun Lo, University of Queensland, Australia, Phosphorescent Iridium(III) Complexes for Organic Light Emitting Diodes , Invited

Franky So, University of Florida, United States, Light Extraction of Oleds Fabricated on High Index Corrugated Substrates , Invited

Shu Kong So, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong, Probing Bulk Carrier Transport, Interfacial Disorders, and Orientations of Organic Semiconductors on Thin Film Transistors. , Invited

Jianxin Tang, Soochow University, China, Light Manipulation for High-performance Organic Optoelectronics , Invited

Ruidong Xia, Nanjing University, China, Efficiently Lowering Ase Threshold by using a Novel Oligomer as Host in Solid Mixtures of F8BT/DPH , Invited

Yasuki Yamauchi, Yamagata University, Japan, Standardization Activities for Oled for Lighting , Invited

Chih-Chung Yang, National Taiwan University, Taiwan, Surface Plasmon Coupled Light-emitting Diode , Invited

Seunghyup Yoo, Korea Advanced Inst of Science & Tech, South Korea, Outcoupling Enhancement in Oleds: Opportunity From High-index and Low-index Layers , Invited

Furong Zhu, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong, Transparent White Organic Light-emitting Diodes, Invited

Dechun Zou, Peking University, China, Multi-color Emitting Devices , Invited

Program Chair

Paul Burn, University of Queensland, Australia
Heng Liu, SiliconCore Technology Inc., United States
Yong-Jin Pu, Yamagata University, Japan

Member

Chihaya Adachi, Kyushu University, Japan
Richard Friend, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Nathan Gardner, Glo USA, Inc, United States
Malte Gather, University of St Andrews, United Kingdom
Jung Han, Yale University,
Peng Jin, Peking University, China
Jang-Joo Kim, Seoul National University,
Kei May Lau, Hong Kong Univ of Science and Technology, Hong Kong
Bing Liang, SINANO, China
Jinn-Kong Sheu, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
Franky So, University of Florida, United States
Jeff Tsao, Sandia National Laboratories, United States
Seunghyup Yoo, Korea Advanced Inst of Science & Tech, South Korea
Furong Zhu, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong
 
Plenary Session
Friday, 5 December
09:00 -10:00

Steven Chu is the William R. Kenan, Jr., Professor of Humanities and Sciences and Professor of Physics and Molecular & Cellular Physiology at Stanford University.  His research program encompasses atomic physics, quantum electronics, energy and energy economics, and biophysics and biomedicine that tests fundamental theories in physics, the development of methods to laser cool and trap atoms, atom interferometry, and the study of polymers and biological systems at the single molecule level.  For his work developing the theory of laser cooling of atoms, he was co-recipient the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1997.  From January 2009 until April 2013, Dr. Chu served as the 12th U.S. Secretary of Energy, being the first scientist to hold a cabinet position.

Congress Reception
Tuesday, 2 December
University House
18:30 - 19:30

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. (Times subject to change. Please check your Congress program)

Joint Poster Session
Wednesday, 3 December
18:30 - 20:00
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 board on which to display the summary and results of his or her paper.

Congress Banquet
Thursday, 4 December
National Museum of Australia
19:00 - 21:00

This will be a ticketed event. 

As apart of the Congress experience, paid Full technical and Student attendees are invited to the Congress Dinner a the National Museum of Australia.  This event requires a ticket and should be checked off at the time of registration. A ticket must be presented at entry. Guest tickets may be purchased during Registration hours prior to Wednesday, 4 December.  Congress Management will be providing shuttle buses to and from the event location. The bus pickup will begin at 19:00 in the front of the Manning Clark Centre.  The last bus will depart at 19:20.  Buses will drop off and pickup in a location close to the main entrance of the museum. 

The National Museum of Australia is a social history museum. The Museum explores the land, nation and people of Australia. It focuses on Indigenous histories and cultures, histories of European settlement and our interaction with the environment.  Visit the The National Museum of Australia's website for information and details.

Policy Session
Thursday, 4 December
16:30 - 17:30
Abstracts are being sought for a special session on energy policy to be held from 16.30 – 17.30 on Thursday 4th December.  This session would immediately precede the Discussion Panel Forum on “the Future of Energy with Light” from 17.30 – 19.00.   Topics for presentation in the special policy session will include energy economics, sociology and policy aspects related to the deployment of energy technology.
 
The Future of Energy with Light Discussion Panel Forum
Thursday, 4 December
17:30 - 19:00
 
A plenary Discussion Panel Forum on “the Future of Energy with Light” will be held from 17.30 – 19.00 on Thursday 4th December.  The panel members are:
  • Professor Ken Baldwin (Director, ANU ECI - moderator)
  • Professor Steve Chu (Stanford, and former Energy Secretary to President Obama)
  • Hans-Josef Fell (architect of renewable energy policy in the German Parliament)
  • Professor Armin Aberle (Director, Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore)
  • Dr. Charlie Wang (CEO of Suncore, China)
  • Professor Andrew Blakers (Director, Centre for Sustainable Energy Systems, ANU ECI)

The discussion panel will be followed by the Congress dinner at the National Museum of Australia – 19:00 - 21:00.

Publish in Optics Express
A special issue from OSA's Light, Energy and the Environment Congress will be published in Optics Express/Energy Express. All presenters are welcome to submit to the special issue. Submission deadline for journal articles will be 1 February 2015. More details will be posted here soon.

Best Student Presentation Awards
Two student presenters will be selected onsite to receive the Best Student Paper Award.  Judging will be conducted by members of the Program Committee attending the meeting and winners will recive a complimentary registration to the 2015 Light, Energy, and the Environment Congress in Suzhou, China.  A brief awards ceremony will be held during the Closing Ceremony of the Congress to announce the winners and present them with certificates.