OLED Lighting Research and Applications
The Lighting Research Center’s SSL program research, education, and industry activities include organic light-emitting diodes, otherwise known as OLEDs.
With rapid advances in OLED technology and the appearance of high-performance products in the marketplace, OLED lighting is ready to influence lighting applications. OLEDs offer several benefits, including energy efficiency and unique opportunities for innovative design because of their thin, flexible nature. OLED performance is
expected to increase rapidly to a viable, cost-competitive level within the next five years.
Technical Publications & Reports
Mou, X., J.P. Freyssinier, N. Narendran, and J.D. Bullough. 2017. Preliminary evaluation of discomfort glare in organic light-emitting diode and edge-lit light-emitting diode lighting panels. Journal of Biomedical Optics 22(5): 055004; doi: 10.1117/1.JBO.22.5.055004.
Mou, X., N. Narendran, Y. Zhu, and J.P. Freyssinier. 2016. Evaluation of OLED and edge-lit LED lighting panels. Proceedings of SPIE 9954, , 995403 (September 7, 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2240465.
Zhu, Y., and N. Narendran. 2016. A spectral measurement method for determining white OLED average junction temperatures. Proceedings of SPIE 9954, , 995405 (September 22, 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2240424.
Zhu, Y., N. Narendran, J. Tan, and X. Mou. 2014. An imaging-based photometric and colorimetric measurement method for characterizing OLED panels for lighting applications. Proceedings of SPIE 9190: 91900E.
Related News & Research
Summary Poster: Industry Collaboration Demonstrates OLED Lighting (2017)
Summary Poster: Evaluating OLED and Edge-lit LED Panels (2017)
Summary Poster: Spectral Method for Measuring White OLED Junction Temperature (2017)
Presentation: Exploring Innovative OLED Luminaire Design (2015)
Summary Poster: Exploring a Method for Measuring OLED Lumen Depreciation (2015)
Digital lighting goes organic. Student Science (June 6, 2014)
Summary Poster: Exploring OLEDs for Backlighting Applications (2012)
LED Lighting Institute – Twice yearly workshop on LEDs and OLEDs, held at the LRC