News (Conference and Exhibition)

OLED production using wet coating

The Japanese companies Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation and Pioneer Corporation recently announced the successful development of organic light emitting diode (OLED) elements using a wet coating process. Both companies have agreed to set up a testing facility with the aim to reach mass production.


Jens Hänel, Chairman of the supervisory board of 3D-Micromac, Prof Dr Thomas Geßner, Fraunhofer Institute for Electronic Nano Systems ENAS and Tino Petsch, Chairman of the supervisory board of 3D-Micromac

3D-Micromac celebrates its 10th anniversary and the inauguration of the microFLEX-Center

On 11. Mai 2012 the 3D-Micromac AG, a German company specialised in the production of laser micromachining workstations for industry, research, and science, celebrated the 10th anniversary of the company with a number of presentations and an official ceremony. Among the guests were Prof Dr Sabine Schorlemerm, Saxony's State Minister for Arts and Sciences, and Prof Dr Ulrich Buller, member of the board of directors of the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft.


An example of the transparent OLED

OLED lighting for use as transparent car roof

BASF SE based in Germany and Royal Philips Electronics of the Netherlands have achieved a practical breakthrough in the development of OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) technology that allows it to be integrated in car roofs. When switched off the OLEDs are transparent, allowing a clear view outside the vehicle. When switched on they provide light only within the vehicle.


Event diary


LOPEC 2020

Location: Munich Trade Fair Centre, Germany
Organisers: Messe München, OE-A