Malte Gather – University of St Andrews
Ji-Seon Kim – Imperial College London
Andrew Monkman –Durham University
Angstrom Engineering provides world-class labs and technological production facilities the means to create precisely repeatable and simple to fabricate thin films. We have minimized the need for time-consuming trial and error, bringing our partners the process equipment they need to win in their respective fields and markets. Optoelectronic technology fabricated using these physical vapor deposition platforms are robust, allowing industrialists the ability to fabricate products that meet the most exacting standards. These same PVD platforms can also be designed to be extremely flexible, allowing pioneering researchers the tools they need to bring future technologies into the here and now. When your thin film deposition equipment is working reliably, backed by a company with a reputation for consistent and unequivocal support, your work comes into focus.
Universal Display Corporation is a world leader in the invention, research, development and commercialization of state-of-the-art OLED technologies and materials. Since our founding in 1994, our mission has been to provide these innovations to OLED manufacturers for their use in OLED displays and solid-state lighting applications. Through close collaboration with our customers and partners, we create, develop and commercialize OLED materials, technology solutions and services to meet their existing and future OLED needs and demands globally.
Doosan Solus has independently developed OLED materials, new functional materials, and QD materials through continuous R&D for over 10 years, leading the global display materials market.
Founded in Basel, Switzerland in 2017, Idemitsu OLED Materials Europe AG (IOME) is a dynamic and innovative subsidiary of Idemitsu Kosan, a world leader in OLED materials. As OLED technology has re-imagined displays in recent years, it has demanded ever more creative material engineering solutions. In IOME, we build on the experience and success of Idemitsu Kosan to face the challenges of the next generation OLEDs. From the conception of new molecular entities to the realisation of new material paradigms and the optimisation of device architecture, IOME is at the forefront of OLED research and development.
Organic Electronics is a journal whose primary interdisciplinary focus is on materials and phenomena related to organic devices such as light emitting diodes, thin film transistors, photovoltaic cells, sensors, memories, etc. Papers suitable for publication in this journal cover such topics as photoconductive and electronic properties of organic materials, thin film structures and characterization in the context of organic devices, charge and exciton transport, organic electronic and optoelectronic devices. Organic Electronics provides the forum for applied, fundamental and interdisciplinary contributions spanning the wide range of electronic properties and applications of organic materials.