Presentation Title

Constructing a Rainbow OLED Using Fabry-Pérot Microcavities

Project Collaborators

David Allemeier, Ekraj Dahal

Abstract

This project involves the creation of a microcavity-based organic light-emitting diode (OLED) emitting light across the visible spectrum. Layers inside the optical medium are deposited with a linear gradient, building on Ben Isenhart’s ('19) findings on the control of OLED devices’ peak emission and Gather et al's work with multicolored OLEDs. Both theoretical and experimental work was pursued for this project. Device fabrication is experimentally challenging and requires thin film deposition without substrate rotation. The emission spectrum of fabricated devices would be characterized using angle-resolved electroluminescence spectroscopy (ARES).

Primary Faculty Mentor Name

Matthew White

Status

Undergraduate

Student College

Honors College

Program/Major

Physics

Primary Research Category

Engineering & Physical Sciences

Second College (optional)

College of Arts and Sciences

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Constructing a Rainbow OLED Using Fabry-Pérot Microcavities

This project involves the creation of a microcavity-based organic light-emitting diode (OLED) emitting light across the visible spectrum. Layers inside the optical medium are deposited with a linear gradient, building on Ben Isenhart’s ('19) findings on the control of OLED devices’ peak emission and Gather et al's work with multicolored OLEDs. Both theoretical and experimental work was pursued for this project. Device fabrication is experimentally challenging and requires thin film deposition without substrate rotation. The emission spectrum of fabricated devices would be characterized using angle-resolved electroluminescence spectroscopy (ARES).