OLED -- Light from small molecules

Uploaded on Jan 4, 2012
In Dresden, at the Fraunhofer IPMS, the Institute for Photonic Microsystems, a future-oriented technology is being developed for new types of illumination and displays. The »Center for Organic Materials and Electronic Devices Dresden« in Germany, or COMEDD for short, focuses on research, development and pilot production of organic light emitting diodes.

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CSEM - Organic Photovoltaics (OPV)

Published on Jun 13, 2013
Organic Photovoltaic modules provide power to portable electronics and to people who are off grid. Flexible and lightweight, industry wants to integrate them into accessories and portable electronic devices.
CSEM can help make that happen. We fabricate OPV modules with additive printing techniques on flexible substrates. Our printed modules are encapsulated in a final step.

SAP TV: Next Big Thing: Organic Electronics

Uploaded on Aug 16, 2010
In Germany, companies such as BASF, Merck, Heidelberg, SAP and the Innovation Lab are working on innovations that have the potential to revolutionize our daily lifes - Organic LEDs consuming 50 % less energy than energy saving lamps, thin, transparent solar-cell sheets and organic RFID-labels printed on every fresh product in the supermarket. A glimpse behind the scenes of science.
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Organic and printed electronics explained

Uploaded on Mar 31, 2011 In the printing process electronic functional materials, either liquid or pasty, are replacing printing inks. Thus printed electronics can be used for multiple purposes - either for light design or touch sensors, for solar cells or battery technologies. More infos at and
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