Novaled Joins the Center for Organic Photonics and Electronics

Apr 11, 2013 | Atlanta, GA

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Novaled AG, a leader in the organic light-emitting diode (OLED) field, that specializes in high efficiency, long-lifetime OLED structures has joined the Center for Organic Photonics at Georgia Tech as member of the Center’s Industrial Affiliates Program

Headquartered in Dresden, Germany, Novaled offers proprietary organic materials and complementary innovative technologies for superior OLEDs in display and lighting and for high performance Organic Solar Cells. In the field of organic electronics, Novaled’s expertise is unique in combining physics, chemistry, and engineering support.

When asked about joining the program, Dr. Jan Blochwitz-Nimoth, founder and CSO of Novaled stated, “COPE’s research track record qualifies them as one of the major organic electronic research centers in the world. It’s very impressive what an interdisciplinary team of researchers developed at GeorgiaTech.”

As a member of the program, Novaled will connect to the faculty expertise and highly trained student and graduates of the Center as well as an international network of partners in the field of organic photonics and electronics.  This includes information on the latest research and discoveries and invitations to exclusive events.

Dr. Jan Blochwitz-Nimoth added, “COPE’s work on organic electronic materials and related materials applications is a good match to Novaled’s expertise in these areas. We expect that this co-operation will help fuel our longer term strategic research agenda.”

Bernard Kippelen, Director of the Center stated, “COPE is extremely pleased to welcome Novaled in its Industrial Affiliates Program. As a major supplier of dopants for organic semiconductors and one of the leaders OLED technologies, Novaled brings a lot of experience to our center in commercializing new organic compounds and device architectures for printed and flexible electronics. We are looking forward to fruitful collaborations.”

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