Scientists have combined experimental data gathered at the Canadian Light Source at the University of Saskatchewan and theoretical data to build deep insight into two types of light emitting crystals for next-generation LEDs. Their most recent publication in Advanced Optical Materials lays the groundwork for informed design of LED materials, the direction Moewes hopes to move the team’s work towards.
“When we have means of creating more efficient lighting, this has a huge environmental impact” says Alex Moewes @usask. His team's latest combines math models & cutting-edge techniques to gain insight into crystals for next-gen LEDs. https://t.co/ebAldK2AhH— CanadianLightSource (@CanLightSource) December 7, 2020
Amin, Muhammad Ruhul, Philipp Strobel, Amir Qamar, Tobias Giftthaler, Wolfgang Schnick, and Alexander Moewes. "Understanding of Luminescence Properties Using Direct Measurements on Eu2+-Doped Wide Bandgap Phosphors." Advanced Optical Materials (2020): 2000504.
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