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- Organic light-emitting devices (OLEDs) are new light sources that find applications in flat panel displays and solid-state lighting. Our research in this area is highly multidisciplinary and focuses on the following key aspects:

- Development of new molecules and polymers with optimized stability, optical, electrical, and structural properties. New chemistries are exploited to add functionality such as easy photopatterning capabilities, for instance.

- Insertion and testing of the new materials in devices with novel architecture to maximize luminance, efficacy, lifetime, and operation at high temperature.

- Some examples of past accomplishments in this area in our group include, the anthracene-and phenanthrene-based materials as well as thiazole derivatives, etc.