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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.
Papers were considered in the following topic categories:
Solid State Lighting Systems:
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