OLED(Organic Light Emitting Diode), which emits light at a specific wavelength from holes and electrons by applying voltage to the organic thin film placed between anode and cathode, is a next-generation electronic element for display and lighting.

OLED consists of several functional layers, such as charge transport layers and emissive layers.

Material Science(MS) is developing numerous materials for non-emissive layers, such as charge(hole and electron) transporting, outcoupling materials and emissive layers, including host and dopant materials.

MS offers a unique vacuum deposition-based materials, which are designed to provide excellent device performance, quality, efficiency and lifetime.

MS materials are designed to deliver customer benefits not just in a R&D environment, but also for mass production requirements. Also, MS ensures its materials are fully compliant with international environment requirements, such as Restriction of Hazardous Substance Directive, Halogen-free according to IEC 61249-2-21.

MS’s proprietary materials are suitable for a variety applications, such Mobile, TV and Lighting as a leading to high-performance devices.