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Note: This is a past event.


"Lighting Our Way with Phosphorescent OLEDs"

by Dr. Peter Levermore


Date:              April 21st, 2011

Time:             7:00 PM

Location:      Bowen Auditorium, Bowen Hall, Princeton University


"Phosphorescent OLED lighting is an emerging technology that offers power efficient and high quality illumination with compelling form factors, such as flexibility, transparency and reduced thickness. This presentation focuses on the ongoing development of OLED light panels, where phosphorescent emitters are used to realize high energy efficiency and long operational lifetime."

Speaker Bio:

Dr. Peter Levermore graduated from the University of Durham, UK in 2003 with an M.Sci in physics. In 2008 he received his Ph.D. in physics from Imperial College London, UK. During the last 7 years, he has been engaged in research in organic electronics, with a particular focus on OLEDs. Dr. Levermore has more than 30 journal publications and numerous patent applications in the field of OLEDs. He is currently a Research Scientist at Universal Display Corporation, focusing on research and development of highly-efficient and long-lived phosphorescent OLEDs for display and lighting applications.

Pre-meeting dinner:

The pre-meeting dinner will be served at 6:00PM.


Directions to the campus are here: http://www.princeton.edu/main/visiting/travel/

You can reach the campus by car, train ("Dinky Station" in square C-4), and also by bus from the Port Authority.  The bus stops along Nassau Street, which lies near the top of the map.

Bowen Auditorium is on the second floor of Bowen Hall.