This project adopts the following four approaches for realizing next-generation organic EL devices: (1) Realizing high-efficiency EL by using novel light-emitting materials. (2) Breaking free from the constraints of ultrathin films made from organic glass. (3) Exploiting the intrinsic optical and electronic anisotropy of molecules. (4) Creating new light-emitting devices based on the unique optical properties of molecules and developing processes for these innovative materials. Our goals are to research and develop organic semiconductor devices centered on third-generation EL devices, for Japan to develop world-leading science and technology for organic semiconductor devices centered on organic EL devices, and to advance their commercialization and the security of related intellectual property.
Center for Organic Photonics and Electronics Research (OPERA)
744 Motooka, Nishi, Fukuoka