Delayed Emitters

Endothermic Emitters (TADF)

Within our group, we are at the forefront of designing and synthesizing novel TADF emitters. By manipulating molecular structures and electronic configurations, we aim to optimize the efficiency of TADF processes. Our research endeavors include exploring new chromophores, molecular architectures, and donor-acceptor systems to unlock the full potential of TADF emitters, paving the way for energy-efficient and sustainable solutions.

Exothermic TADF Emitters

Our group also focuses on achieving inversion of singlet-triplet states to achieve Exothermic Delayed Fluorescence (EXDF) emitters. While TADF eliminates metal dependence in OLEDs, TADF emitters face efficiency challenges due to competing processes like bimolecular annihilations. We aim to invert the singlet-triplet energy gap to enhance the downconversion (T1 to S1 transition). We are currently designing emitters for the future prospects of such molecules.

Ambient Phosphorescence

In our quest for materials capable of Room Temperature Phosphorescence, we delve into the design and synthesis of organic molecules and polymers. Through meticulous control of molecular structures and design strategies, we strive to create materials that exhibit persistent phosphorescence under ambient conditions. Applications of RTP emitters span diverse areas, including novel lighting technologies, security inks, and advanced sensing devices.

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