Seoul University’s Research Team Develops Luxol-OLED with CoCoLink

Nov 04, 2016

Research team led by Professor Kim Jang-joo of Seoul University has recently developed OLED simulation program and an analyzer called ‘Luxol-OLED’ with CoCoLink.

Research team led by Professor Kim Jang-joo of Seoul University and CoCoLink, which is a technical holding company of Seoul University, have succeeded in developing and commercializing OLED modeling analysis system called Luxol-OLED that can develop OLED elements with 45% efficiency within 2 weeks.  With this system, it takes just 4 minutes and 2 minutes respectively to analyze characteristics of new luminous OLED material and develop luminous OLED elements with maximum efficiency.  Professor Kim Jang-joo of Seoul University (left from the back row) is demonstrating luminous dipole incubation assay with CEO Lee Dong-hak of CoCoLink at Seoul University’s Hoam Hall on the 3rd.  Staff Reporter Park, Jiho | jihopress@etnews.com <Research team led by Professor Kim Jang-joo of Seoul University and CoCoLink, which is a technical holding company of Seoul University, have succeeded in developing and commercializing OLED modeling analysis system called Luxol-OLED that can develop OLED elements with 45% efficiency within 2 weeks. With this system, it takes just 4 minutes and 2 minutes respectively to analyze characteristics of new luminous OLED material and develop luminous OLED elements with maximum efficiency. Professor Kim Jang-joo of Seoul University (left from the back row) is demonstrating luminous dipole incubation assay with CEO Lee Dong-hak of CoCoLink at Seoul University’s Hoam Hall on the 3rd. Staff Reporter Park, Jiho | jihopress@etnews.com>

Professor Kim Jang-joo of Seoul University (left from the back row) is demonstrating luminous dipole incubation assay with CEO Lee Dong-hak of CoCoLink at Seoul University’s Hoam Hall on the 3rd.
Staff Reporter Park, Jiho | jihopress@etnews.com

Research team led by Professor Kim Jang-joo of Seoul University and CoCoLink, which is a technical holding company of Seoul University, have succeeded in developing and commercializing OLED modeling analysis system called Luxol-OLED that can develop OLED elements with 45% efficiency within 2 weeks.  With this system, it takes just 4 minutes and 2 minutes respectively to analyze characteristics of new luminous OLED material and develop luminous OLED elements with maximum efficiency.  Professor Kim Jang-joo of Seoul University (left from the back row) is looking at demonstration of luminous dipole incubation assay with CEO Lee Dong-hak of CoCoLink at Seoul University’s Hoam Hall on the 3rd.  Staff Reporter Park, Jiho | jihopress@etnews.com <Research team led by Professor Kim Jang-joo of Seoul University and CoCoLink, which is a technical holding company of Seoul University, have succeeded in developing and commercializing OLED modeling analysis system called Luxol-OLED that can develop OLED elements with 45% efficiency within 2 weeks. With this system, it takes just 4 minutes and 2 minutes respectively to analyze characteristics of new luminous OLED material and develop luminous OLED elements with maximum efficiency. Professor Kim Jang-joo of Seoul University (left from the back row) is looking at demonstration of luminous dipole incubation assay with CEO Lee Dong-hak of CoCoLink at Seoul University’s Hoam Hall on the 3rd. Staff Reporter Park, Jiho | jihopress@etnews.com>

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