Semiconductor colloidal quantum dots, also named as nanocrystals, are unique materials having physical sizes on the order of nanometers. These nanoparticles can be excited by an external optical or electrical source to generate light at specific colors depending on their size.
Having an expected market size of over 20 billion USD in the coming 10 years, colloidal quantum dots are being used in lighting, display, energy and biotechnology applications.
Quantum Dot for Displays
Unprecedented features of these semiconductor nanocrystals produce true to the nature colours in displays. Easier implementation of QD technology into well established LCD displays is an important advantage over OLED. We specialize in improving the stability of QDs to accelerate the market penetration.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 889669.