MRS Fall Symp N: and here comes tuesday

Today will be our ‘device focus’ day. We are starting out in the morning with high performance OLEDs, both monochrome and white. Our first invited talk, given by Wolfgang Bruetting, will put the spotlight on emitter orientation and it’s impact to light outcoupling in OLEDs. Junji Kido will present their latest efforts on high performance white OLEDs for general lighting – it’s gonna be bright. After his talk, we switch gears a little with Russ Holmes’ talk on recombination in OLEDs, answering the question, which morphology and material composition is best.

After lunch break, Zheng-Hong Lu will put another focus on the impact of the device complexity on its overall performance (Is simpler also better? See yourself). Later this afternoon, Klaus Meerholz will talk about light-emitting organic memories – less of a mainstream topic, which makes it even more exciting to see the results.

So check the program, adjust your schedule and come along. We are looking forward to see you.

PS: Our today’s contributed candy is the presentation of Matthew S. White, where we will see the thinnest OLEDs ever made (they are flexible, stretchable, and deformable).

MRS Fall Symp N: Tutorial N/Q has started crowded

The room being filled up like this for the Tutorial N/Q is exciting. It’s great to see the constant high interest in the field and we, instructors and organizers, all hope that everyone can take home something new and exciting tonight.