Updates, opinions and comments by the EXCILIGHT team
Amruth C's (PhD 9) manuscript titled "Inkjet printing of thermally activated delayed fluorescence (TADF) dendrimer for OLEDs applications" has just been accepted in Org. Electronics.
The article "Inkjet Printing of Super Yellow: Ink Formulation, Film Optimization, OLEDs Fabrication, and Transient Electroluminescence" from Amruth C (PhD 9, Technical University of Lodz), Marek Zdzislaw Szymanski, Prof Jacek Ulanski (TUL), Dr Beata Luszczynska (TUL) has recently been published in Nature's Scientific Reports.
EXCILIGHT researchers have recently published their work in renowned physical chemistry and materials journals.
EXCILIGHT researchers Marco Colella (PhD 14), Piotr Pander (PhD 12) and Daniel Pereira (PhD 11) have successfully published their paper "Interfacial TADF exciplex as a tool to localise excitons, improve efficiency and increase OLED lifetime".
EXCILIGHT researchers Piotr Pander (PhD 12), Ramin Pashazadeh (PhD 6) and Anastasia Klimash (PhD 3) co-authored a comprehensive photophysical study of a carbazolyl derivative of thianthrene in different matrices and environments.
EXCILIGHT supervisor Prof. Przemyslaw Data from the Silesian University of Technology (SUT) will present his work in EXCILIGHT at the Brokerage Meeting BIN@GLIWICE 2018, to be held in the SUT premises in Gliwice, Poland on the 2nd and 3rd of July 2018.
It looks like an exciting summer for our PhD students. Aside from the upcoming EXCILIGHT days, many of them will again be presenting their work in international and renowned conferences and workshops.
A new open access article by Pavel Chulkin (PhD 2) from the Silesian University of Technology has been published.
A project description of EXCILIGHT has been published on the European Commission’s Research and Innovation website.
The SME Workshop on Organic Electronics (V Workshop on Flexible and Printed Electronics) took place on 17 November 2017 in Lodz, Poland. Among the participants were a number of supervisors and ESRs from the EXCILIGHT project.
EXCILIGHT members presented some of their work at the 4th International Workshop on Nano and Bio-Photonics (IWNBP), which was held picturesque Vogüé, France.
Members of the EXCILIGHT consortium have already published three journal articles in the beginning of 2017. Find out here where you can download them.
While most of the consortium had met previously, the First EXCILIGHT Days in Klaipėda was the first opportunity for the entire team to get to know each other, including the newly recruited PhD students as well as members of Partner Organisations and the Advisory Board.
We are excited to announce that all of EXCILIGHT’s 15 Early Stage Researcher (ESR) positions have been filled.
Learn more about the event and have a look at some more pictures!
By the beginning of December 2015, all but three PhD students have been recruited in EXCILIGHT. Six of the students have already started their programmes.
The EU-cofunded EXCILIGHT project has officially started on the 1st of September 2015. Running for 48 months, the project aims to explore exciplex emitters and thermally activated delayed fluorescence (TADF) in OLEDs and train 15 Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) in the technology.
The EXCILIGHT proposal has been favourably evaluated with a total score of 95.20% and thus secured funing under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Networks (H2020-MSCA-ITN-2015), under grant agreement No 674990.