Handbook of Luminescence,
Display Materials and Devices


Edited by
Hari Singh Nalwa
Formerly of Hitachi Research Laboratory, Hitachi Ltd., JAPAN
Lauren Shea Rohwer
Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, USA

    July 2003
ca.1374 pages, Hardcover
ISBN: 1-58883-010-1
Alan J. Heeger, Nobel Prize Laureate in Chemistry

"The Handbook of Luminescence, Display Materials and Devices is a timely and useful source for any professional, from beginner to expert, working on organic light-emitting diodes and display devices. The handbook provides comprehensive, interdisciplinary and up-to-date coverage on many aspects of luminescent materials and devices; it will be a valued single reference source for researchers, students and professionals working in this field."

Professor Alan J. Heeger, Nobel Prize Laureate
Handbook of Luminescence, Display Materials and Devices is a major reference work that provides coverage on various aspects of organic and inorganic luminescent materials and devices. These three-volumes provide coverage on organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) and inorganic display devices including materials synthetic strategies, processing and fabrication methods, screening methods, spectroscopic characterization, energy transfer processes, luminescence in conjugated oligomers, polymers, nanostructured materials, carbon nanotubes, flexible display technologies, up-conversion phosphor materials and aging process, emissive displays display device reliability, electrode material degradation, packaging, surface properties, etc. The handbook has been divided into three thematic volumes;


Volume 1. Organic Light-Emitting Diodes
Volume 2. Inorganic Display Materials
Volume 3. Display Devices

  • Electroluminescent Devices Based on Organics and Conjugated Polymers, T.P. Nguyen
    and P. Destruel, France
  • Practical Methods for Organic Electroluminescence, Takeo Wakimoto, Japan
  • Carbon Nanotube-Based Field Emission Displays, Whikun Yi, SeGi Yu, J. E. Jung, N. S. Lee, Ji-BeomYoo, C. G. Lee, S. K. Kang, and J. M. Kim, South Korea
  • Novel Polymers for Light Emitting Diodes, Shiying Zheng and Jianmin Shi, USA
  • Photo-oxidation Effects on Light-Emitting Devices Based on Conjugated Polymers, K. Tada
    and M. Onoda, Japan
  • Electrochromism for Electrochromic Display Devices, Paul M. S. Monk, UK
  • Exciton Dissociation in Conjugated Polymers, V. I. Arkhipov and H. Baessler, Germany
  • Optical Properties of Substituted Oligothiophenes, Marco Anni, Giuseppe Gigli, and R. Cingolani, Italy
  • Electro-Optic Characterization of Thin-Film Electroluminescent Devices, B. A. Baukol, P. D. Keir,
    B. A. Cleary, C. A. Nevers, C. M. Maddix, T. K. Plant, and J. F. Wager, USA
  • Synthesis and Characterization of Phosphors for Flat-Panel Displays, L. Shea Rohwer
    and R. J. Walko, USA
  • Inorganic Electroluminescent Displays, Philip D. Rack, Jason C. Heikenfeld and Andrew J. Steckl, USA
  • Uses of Phosphors in Display Technologies, Alok M Srivastava, USA
  • Luminescence, Storage Mechanisms and Applications of X-ray Storage Phosphors, Wei Chen, USA
  • Luminescene From Wide Bandgap Semiconductors, A. Kasi Viswanath, India
  • Luminescence and Scintillaiton of Inorganic Phosphor Materials, E. Zych, Poland
  • Light Emitting Diodes for Silicon Integrated Circuits, Z. Gaburro and L. Pavesi, Italy
  • Electroluminescence of Nanocrystalline Porous Silicon Devices, Bernard Gelloz
    and Nobuyoshi Koshida, Japan
  • Liquid Crystal Displays, T.N. Ruckmongathan and N.V. Madhusudana, India
  • Chemistry and Physics of Cathodoluminescent Materials, M. Bredol, Germany
  • Application of Laser Diodes and Ultrabright Light Emitting Diodes for Static and Time-resolved Optical
  • Methods in Physical Chemistry, Stephan Landgraf, Austria
  • Preparation of Fine Phosphor and Luminescent Micro/Nanoparticles Using Spray Pyrolysis, I. Wuled Lenggoro and Kikuo Okuyama, Japan
  • Energy Transfer in Tb3+ Doped Phosphors, Kee-Sun Sohn, South Korea
  • The Relations Between Crystal Structures and Luminescence in Eu3+ Doped Materials, S. Kubota
    and M. Shimada, Japan
  • Remote Thermometry With Thermographic Phosphors: Instrumentation and Applications, S. W. Allison,
    M. R. Cates, S. M. Goedeke, W. A. Hollerman, F. N. Womack and G. T. Gillies, USA
  • Luminescence in Mesoporous Molecular Sieves, Nongyue He, China
  • Luminescence, Optical Spectroscopy, and Applications of Rare Earth Doped Y2O3 Nanocrystals,
    Fiorenzo Vetrone, John-Christopher Boyer and John A. Capobianco, Canada
    Much more...

  • Most up-to-date reference work summarizing three decades of pioneering research on OLEDs and inorganic displays.
  • A unique source of in-depth knowledge of many aspects of OLEDs, inorganic display materials and devices.
  • Contains about 25 state-of-the-art chapters written by 50 international experts from academia and industries.
  • Over 6,000 bibliographic citations and thousands of illustrations, figures, tables, chemical structures and equations.
  • An essential resource for scientists, researchers, upper-level undergraduate and graduate students, college and university professors working in the field of light-emitting diodes, luminescent materials, materials science, solid-state physics, polymer science, chemistry, electrical and electronic engineering, optical engineering, display devices, nanotechnology, etc.

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