Solid-State Lighting (SSL)

06 - 09 November 2017
National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, Colorado United States

Within the next 25 years, SSL will become the cornerstone of a revolution in lighting. Incandescent and gas discharge lamps will be replaced by highly efficient organic and inorganic semiconductor devices. This progress relies on advances in material science, device physics, manufacturing, device packaging, and light management. This symposium therefore covers all aspects of solid state lighting, from new materials development and device physics to the design of efficient lighting optics.

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Ian Ferguson

Missouri University of Sci. & Tech.


Barry Rand

Princeton University

Jianxin Tang

Soochow University

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Abstract and Summary Submission 24 July 2017 12:00 EDT
Abstract and Summary Submission 24 July 2017
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Jeff Tsao, Sandia National LaboratoriesUnited States

  Seth Coe-Sullivan, Luminit LLC, United States, Mass Production of Holographic Transparent Components for Augmented and Virtual Reality Applications, Invited

Hanwei Gao, FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY, Enhanced light emission in composite halide perovskites , Invited

Noel Giebink, Pennsylvania State University, United States, The Nature of Catastrophic OLED Lighting Panel Failure, Invited

JianJang Huang, National Taiwan University, Taiwan, Invited

Jang-Joo Kim, Seoul National University, South Korea, Invited

Zhiqiang Liu, CAS Institute of Physics, China, Invited

Abdallah Ougazzaden, Georgia Tech Lorraine, France, Selective Area Growth of LEDs, Invited

Sebastian Reineke, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany, Steering Light of OLEDs: Cavity Design and Driving Scheme, Invited

Chao Shen, KAUST, Saudi Arabia, Visible lasers and emerging color converters for lighting and visible light communications, Invited

Franky So, North Carolina State University, United States, Light Extraction in Corrugated OLEDs , Invited

Nelson Tansu, Lehigh University, United States, High Efficiency III-Nitride LEDs, Invited

Ken-Tsung Wong, National Taiwan University, Taiwan, Intramolecular and Intermolecular Charge Transfer Approaches for High Efficiency TADF Materials and OLEDs, Invited

Furong Zhu, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong, Invited

Nikolaus Dietz, Georgia State University, United States, High in Concentration GaInN

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