86‐3: Why perovskite quantum dots will be key for LCD‐, OLED‐ and microLED displaysNorman A. Luechinger
- General Medicine
Green perovskite quantum dots are well known to be the best green color conversion material with respect to color purity (FWHM) and conversion efficiency (quantum yield). These two properties are essential for picture quality (color gamut and peak brightness) but also for minimizing the display power consumption which is getting more and more important for ecological reasons but also for regulatory reasons (especially in the EU). Furthermore there is also a development trend for displays equipped with a so‐called low‐ blue‐light function where the blue primary peak emission wavelength is increased in order to minimized the short‐wave blue light intensity which has a negative influence on the human circadian rhythm. However, such blue wavelength change intrinsically reduces the color gamut of the display and increases the power consumption at the same time. These two adverse effects can be mitigated and even improved by replacing the commonly used green B‐Sialon phosphor by green perovskite quantum dots.
Over the last 7 years we have intensively worked on our green perovskite quantum dots and achieved a near‐unity quantum efficiency, an FWHM of 22nm and last but not least a sufficient stability against humidity, temperature and blue flux turning our perovsite QDs commercially viable now. In this presentation we give an overview about our technical perovskite solutions for miniLED backlight films (LCD displays) and also QD pixelated color converters for microLED displays and QD‐OLED displays.