Light Emitting Polymers - Global Developments (Technical Insights)

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This research service provides coverage and analysis of breaking developments in light-emitting-polymer technologies, markets and applications

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Light Emitting Polymers - Global Developments (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryKey FindingsLight-Emitting Conducting MaterialsSemiconductor PropertiesApplications; Scope and MethodologyLight Emitting DevicesScope and MethodologyLight Emitting Polymers - Global Developments (Technical Insights), Introduction to Light Emitting PolymersPerspectiveLight-Emitting DiodesClasses of OLEDsEmitting LightEmitting LightPropertiesFabricationAdvantages of LEPsChallengesSurface BrightnessCommercial StatusLight Emitting Polymers - Global Developments (Technical Insights), Assessment of Light Emitting Polymer ResearchUS-Based ResearchPhoto-Crosslinkable PolymersOrganic HeterostructuresIon MobilitySpin CoatingLong PolymersOrganic Bi-Stable LEDsPolyrotoxane PolymersNanolithographyInfrared EmissionSpontaneous LuminescenceOrganogermanium PolymersAttaching Fluorescent MaterialsInternational ResearchUnited Kingdom--Wavelength-Scale StructuresUnited Kingdom--Light Emitting Polymer InterfaceAustria and Germany--Electro-Phosphoresce at Room TemperatureUnited Kingdom--PatterningGermany--Oxetane Side GroupsKorea--Very Low Bias VoltageUnited Kingdom--Complementary Metal-Oxide SemiconductorUnited Kingdom--Conjugated MaterialsGermany--PixellationIsrael--Near-IR Plastic LEDsUK-German Collaboration--CyclodextrinUnited Kingdom--PolyfluoreneUnited Kingdom--PhotolithographyJapan-TFT DriversHong Kong-High Efficiency ElectroluminescenceLight Emitting Polymers - Global Developments (Technical Insights), Research Organization ProfilesNorth America-Based Research OrganizationsCalifornia Polytechnic State UniversityGeorgia Institute of TechnologyLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyOak Ridge National LaboratoryOhio State UniversityPennsylvania State UniversityPrinceton UniversityUniversity of AlabamaUniversity of ArizonaUniversity of California at Los AngelesUniversity of California at Santa CruzUniversity of FloridaUniversity of PennsylvaniaUniversity of UtahNorth America-Based CompaniesAmerican Dye Source IncDow Chemical CoDuPont DisplaysElecon IncGeneral Electric CoIBMLumileds Lighting LLCAsian-Based Research OrganizationsCity University of Hong KongKorea Advanced Institute of Science and TechnologyEuropean-Based Research OrganizationsDelft University of TechnologyHelsinki University of TechnologyImperial College London Institute of Polymer Research DresdenLinkoeping UniversitySwiss Federal Institute of TechnologyTechnion-Israel Institute of TechnologyUniversity College LondonUniversity of CambridgeUniversity of KoelnUniversity of OtagoUniversity of Saint AndrewsUniversity of SheffieldUniversity of WollongongVTT MicroelectronicsEuropean-Based CompaniesBritish Technology GroupCambridge Display TechnologyCovion Organic Semiconductors GmbHCraft Data LtdExitech LtdM. Braun GmbHMicroEmissive Displays LtdRoyal Philips ElectronicsAsian-Based CompaniesSeiko-Epson CorpSolomon Systech LtdToppan Printing Co LtdLight Emitting Polymers - Global Developments (Technical Insights), Light Emitting Polymer Markets and ApplicationsNew MarketsLight Emitting Polymers Offer Hopes of Better Displays LEP ApplicationsPortables Handhelds and LaptopsDecision Support Databases. End Use Marketplace AnalysisGlobal Installed Base of Mobile Handsets by Region and CountryGlobal Installed Base of PCs by Region and CountryGlobal Installed Base of Televisions by Region and CountryPDA Sales and Forecasts for North AmericaLight Emitting Polymers - Global Developments (Technical Insights), Patents and BibliographyPatentsPatents- 2001 through 2003Patents- Pre-2001Bibliography and Key ContactsBibliographyKey ContactsLight Emitting Polymers - Global Developments (Technical Insights), Award RecipientsExcellence in TechnologyExcellence in TechnologyAward RecipientTechnology LeadershipTechnology LeadershipAward Recipient




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