Posted on Thu, Jun 30, 2016
As part of the Excilight project, members of the Ossila R&D team attended the Exciplex OLED workshop on the topic of maximising the reverse inter-system crossing (RISC).
The workshop took place at Durham University's Physics Department, commencing on the 16th June 2016. The event was designed to allow people from a diverse range of backgrounds to learn, discuss and experience the development of the thermally-activated delayed fluorescence (TADF) mechanism and other related research.
The workshop provided a great opportunity for us to get involved in the Excilight project and get to know fellow likeminded Excilight researchers. The current state of the various Marie Curie PhD projects on Exciplex OLEDs were discussed, in addition to the rapid progress in understanding the photophysics of these systems.
Our own PhD student Marco Colella has also started his first placement with Professor Monkman's group. Kick starting the collaboration with project lead Przemyslaw Data and are scheduled to visit Ossila in the next few weeks which we are all very much looking forward to.