OLED Technology
Fraunhofer FEP
PhotonHub Experience centre
Polymer-based photonic components and large-area organic-photonics
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Organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) are developing rapidly and are increasingly becoming the focus of industrial product development, particularly popular as OLED displays. However, OLED technology is also suitable for use in lighting and signage systems - as the only true flat light source on glass or even flexible films. First OLED lighting elements have now been presented by various companies.

This 3-day training course provides an introduction to the technology of organic light-emitting diodes. The focus is on manufacturing processes in sheet-to sheet and roll-to roll as well as electro-optical characterization and reliability analysis. The participants will be able to identify opportunities of the new technology and to specify possible technology and to specify possible products.

This unique industry ‘hands-on’ training programme provides attendees with access to state-of-the-art facilities, materials and equipment, with dedicated tutorials and mentoring for technical experts.

  • Understanding of key features of OLED for lighting and signage applications
  • See the fabrication processes to produce OLED signage prototypes (hands-on activity)
  • See and evaluate working OLED devices by electro-optical characterization (hands-on activity)
  • Understand the OLED product design process and manufacturing ecosystem
No experience Medium experience
The course is ideally suited to scientists, engineers, product designers, developers, project managers, who want to build OLED lighting systems or want to inform themselves comprehensively about the technology. No special previous knowledge is required.
Fraunhofer FEP
1250 EUR
(includes catering and project consumables)
10 persons
(Groups from 5 to 10 people per course)