Institut fuer Angewandte Photophysik (IAPP)

Institut fuer Angewandte Photophysik (IAPP)

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The Institut für Angewandte Photophysik is one of the leading institutes for organic semiconductor and device research. Topics range from basic research on growth and optic to work on devices such as OLED and solar cells. The IAPP has spun of a number of companies in the field, including Novaled AG and Heliatek GmbH.
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2018
26 Jun 2018

Heliatek GmbH

14 Jun 2018

Organic light-emitting diodes become brighter and more durable

Researchers demonstrate the possibility of using ultrastable film formation to improve the performance of state-of-the-art OLEDs.
2013
10 Sep 2013

Flexible OLED from the roll

The joint OLED project R2Flex has been successfully finished now. As a result Fraunhofer COMEDD and Tridonic Dresden (formerly LEDON OLED Lighting) present a demonstrator of a desk luminaire with flexible OLED.
17 Jan 2013

New world record for organic solar cell efficiency

Heliatek GmbH, the leader in organic solar films, has announced a record breaking 12.0% cell efficiency for its organic solar cells.
2012
12 Jun 2012

Heliatek's transparent solar films for tinted windows

Heliatek GmbH has announced that its transparent solar films could be used to be integrated between the glass sheets of double glazed windows.
2011
7 Dec 2011

Heliatek achieves new world record for organic solar cells

Heliatek GmbH, a global leader in high-end solar PV technology, has once again set a new world record for organic solar cells after Fraunhofer ISE CalLab certified a cell efficiency of 9.8 % for a 1.1 cm² tandem cell manufactured with a low temperature deposition process.
6 Dec 2011

Heliatek achieves new world record for organic solar cells

Heliatek GmbH has once again set a new world record for organic solar cells after Fraunhofer ISE CalLab certified a cell efficiency of 9.8 % for a 1.1 cm² tandem cell manufactured with a low temperature deposition process.
28 Nov 2011

Successful advancement of OLED technology

The energy efficiency and lifetime of organic LEDs for large-area lighting applications has been increased
2010
15 Nov 2010

Germany - Leader in Printed Electronics

It's no secret that Germany is a global leader in the support of the development of the Printed Electronics industry. Government incentives, scientific and technological excellence alongside a strong educational background and highly skilled workforce are some of the reasons behind the success stories behind German technology innovators. In the past few days, several announcements have done nothing but reinforce the leadership position of German companies in the flexible electronics space.
13 Oct 2010

Heliatek & IAPP achieve production-relevant efficiency record for OPVC

Heliatek GmbH of Dresden has again set an efficiency record for organic photovoltaic cells with an efficiency of 8.3% on an active surface area of 1.1 cm2 - a new world record for organic photovoltaic cells.
29 Apr 2010

Heliatek and IAPP achieve record efficiency levels

As part of a joint research project carried out together with the Technical University of Dresden's Institute of Applied Photo-Physics, the Dresden-based Heliatek GmbH company has achieved a break-through in organic solar-cell efficiency
14 Apr 2010

Organic Tandem Solar Cells

TU Dresden, Germany, Germany
2009
1 Sep 2009

Organic Solar Cells reach 6% confirmed efficiency

Heliatek GmbH develop organic solar cells consisting of so called "small molecules" - organic dyes which are synthesized from hydrocarbons.
7 Apr 2009

Efficient Organic Solar Cells made from Small Molecules

IAPP - TU Dresden, Germany
2008
29 Sep 2008

Apply now for the IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA 2008 awards

The IDTechEx Printed Electronics Awards recognize company innovation, success and development. This is your chance for your company to be recognized for outstanding achievements.
18 Jun 2008

The OLLA project delivers its final milestone

At the end of the project period, the OLLA project consortium presents its final milestone: the basic technology for a white OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode) light source, with an efficacy of 50.7 lumens per watt at an initial brightness of 1.000 cd/m² based on the Novaled PIN OLED technology. The OLLA project is a joint basic research consortium, headed by Philips Lighting.
21 Apr 2008

IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe 2008 awards announced

The IDTechEx Printed Electronics Awards were given in recognition for outstanding achievement at the gala dinner.
9 Apr 2008

Highly Efficient White OLED on Low-Cost Printed Electrodes

Institut fuer Angewandte Photophysik, Germany
24 Jan 2008

New direction for printed electronics in 2008

The money spent on printed and potentially printed electronics doubled in 2007, as did the number of organisations participating.