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Research

Thin Film Encapsulation for Organic Electronics

Our group has successfully developed low-temperature oxide film encapsulation for organic optoelectronic devices using atomic layer deposition technique. The water vapor transmission rate is 8.7×10-6g/m2day (test conditions: temperature is 20 ℃, humidity is60%). Our approach is nearly 50 times better than traditional encapsulation applications. The results are technically identified in 2013, which is the highest moisture barrier properties reported in China. We won the 2010 Jilin Province Science and Technology Progress first Award;We respectively won the Jilin Province, higher education technology achievement second prize, first prize in 2010 and 2012;We respectively won the China Federation of Industry Science and Technology first Award and the Jilin Provincial Natural Science Academic Achievement  second Award in 2014. CFIS second Award in 2017.

White Organic Light Emitting Devices

We developed Metal oxide, Graphene, Silver nanowires, potential material to replace ITO as flexible TOC for organic electronics. As a result, because each material of the TOC approach, the electrode film structure, and deposition methods is unique in offering different processing advantages, different types of TOC film technologies, such as ALD, Printing, CVD, Sputtering, will combine to and may find their ways into different applications. Those interested should continue to monitor the space closely and pick partners depending on their own needs and capabilities.

Flexible Transparent Conductive Electrode

We developed Metal oxide, Graphene, Silver nanowires, potential material to replace ITO as flexible TOC for organic electronics. As a result, because each material of the TOC approach, the electrode film structure, and deposition methods is unique in offering different processing advantages, different types of TOC film technologies, such as ALD, Printing, CVD, Sputtering, will combine to and may find their ways into different applications. Those interested should continue to monitor the space closely and pick partners depending on their own needs and capabilities.