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CYNORA at SID Display Week 2019

The coming SID Display Week is one of the most important events for the display industry. You can meet our team during the 3-day exhibition and at several business and scientific sessions. Visit our team at the German Pavilion and learn more about our TADF technology and highly efficient blue emitters for Next-Generation OLEDs.

Business Conference
Date:  May 13, 2019
Speaker: Dr. Andreas Haldi

The low efficiency of fluorescent blue OLED pixels remains one of the top issues for OLED panel makers despite the success that OLED displays have had on the market in the last decade. Recent progress on the TADF technology, however, has shown this technology´s potential to finally deliver high-efficiency deep-blue materials that also have enough stability for OLED panels. Having a high-efficiency blue pixel, can reduce the OLED panel power consumption by ~50%, which is why it is such an essential topic for panel makers.

CYNORA has already shown that the customer specifications for color and efficiency can be reached with their TADF technology and the lifetime is in the final development stage. In this presentation, we will show the basic principle of the TADF technology. We will also discuss two separate approaches of the TADF technology, the self-emitting and the co-emitting (or hyper) approach, that can both be used to achieve the customer requirements for deep-blue pixels. And finally, we will give an update on our newest high-efficiency deep-blue results with our emitter materials.


Investor Conference
Date: May 14, 2019
Speaker: Dr. Andreas Haldi

The high quality and the flexibility of OLED panels has made them the standard for smartphones and for the premium TV market. But panel makers still need further improvements of OLED displays to capture more of the existing market and open up new markets.

At CYNORA, it is our goal to make OLEDs better. Therefore, we have been focusing on the hottest topic in the OLED development, which is the reduction of the power consumption of the blue pixel. With our TADF technology, we have found a solution to make very efficient deep-blue pixels that can reduce the power consumption of the whole panel by 50%. Our rapid development in the past three years has made us the leading company in deep-blue emitter materials. We have already reached the color and the efficiency requirement of the OLED industry. Together with our investors, LG Display and Samsung, we are currently working on the final development of the lifetime towards commercial production.


Technical Symposium
Date: May 15, 2019
Speaker: Dr. Thomas Baumann

Blue fluorescent OLEDs are still the bottleneck for the power consumption in today´s OLED panels. In recent years, the TADF technology has shown fast progress towards high-efficiency deep-blue emitter systems. The TADF technology can be used in a self-emitting or in a co-emitting (or hyper) approach. To make the co-emitting system work efficiently, the combination of TADF and fluorescent emitter has to be chosen carefully. In this paper, we will discuss how to match TADF and fluorescent emitter combinations for the co-emitting approach. We will also show results for highly efficient deep-blue hyper-fluorescent devices.