Marco Mazzeo

Marco Mazzeo graduated in Physics with honors in 2001 and the Ph.D. in Physics in 2005 at the University of Salento. In 2006 he was in the group of Prof. Karl Leo at the Institute of Advanced Photophysics (IAPP) in Dresden (Germany) as a postdoc working on the development and physics of blue light emitting OLEDs for artificial lighting applications realized through the technique of "electric doping". Scientific coordinator of the "electroluminescent molecular devices" section of the National Laboratory of Nanotechnology (NNL) of the CNR-Nano unit of Lecce, he was and is technical-scientific responsible for several industrial projects with Italian and foreign industries (FIAMM, Leuci).

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Organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) have attracted enormous attention in the recent years because of their potential for flat panel displays and solid state lighting. This potential lies in the amazing flexibility offered by the synthesis of new organic compounds and by low-cost fabrication techniques, making these devices very promising for the market. The idea that flexible devices will replace standard objects such as television screens and lighting sources opens, indeed, a new scenario, where the research is very exciting and multidisciplinary. The aim of the present book is to give a comprehensive and up-to-date collection of contributions from leading experts in OLEDs. The subjects cover fields ranging from molecular and nanomaterials, used to increase the efficiency of the devices, to new technological perspectives in the realization of structures for high contrast organic displays and low-cost organic white light sources. The volume therefore presents a wide survey on the status and relevant trends in OLEDs research, thus being of interest to anyone active in this field. In addition, the present volume could also be used as a state-of-the-art introduction for young scientists.

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