Competent Partners

The investigation and use of the OLED technology is highly complex and calls for partners with very varied capabilities. The joint project incorporates companies and universities with complementary qualifications and know-how.

SCHOTT: Thin-glass substrate and lighting know-how, large area coating processes, analysis, measurement.

University of Potsdam: Electro-optical properties of conjugated polymers, polarized electroluminescence.

LMU Munich: Organic -conjugated materials for photonics, OLEDs with crosslinked hole injection and hole transport layers.

Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research: Assembly of ultrathin organic and polymer films with controlled supramolecular architecture, development of linear, non-linear and integrated optical techniques.

Technical University Braunschweig: Organic semiconductors, small molecule based OLEDs.

Bayer AG, Leverkusen: Baytron P, a conductive polymer for hole injection, small molecule based transport materials and emitters.

Covion Organic Semiconductors GmbH, Frankfurt: Only plant worldwide for the manufacture and formulation of organic semiconductors for display applications.