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Organic Semiconductor Device Lab

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Heng-Long Yang
location: Everlight Building, Room 0829
phone: +886-2-27712171 ext 4690


This laboratory was founded in 2004 and dedicated to the research and development of active-matrix flat-panel display and lighting technologies related to organic light-emitting diodes (OLED) and organic semiconductor devices.

The mission of the Organic Semiconductor Device Laboratory dedicates to broader fundamental research related to organic light-emitting devices or other organic semiconductors for the applications of flat-panel displays, advanced lighting technologies, processing technologies, and other electro-optical fields.


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Research Area

  • Mobility characteristics and device physics of organic light-emitting diodes
  • Modeling of dynamical degradation process of operating OLED: non-destructive characterization techniques for Organic Semiconductor Devices and Interfaces
  • Power-saving technologies related to active-matrix organic light-emitting displays (AM-OLED)
  • Modeling of wave-form signals for operating AM-OLED
  • Novel surface-lighting technologies related to white organic light-emitting diodes (WOLED)

Research Projects

  1. The Study of Current Signal Dely in Active-Matrix Organic Light-Emitting Display (NSC 2010)
  2. Smart Backlighting Technology by White Organic Light-Emitting Diodes (NSC 2010)


Digital Storage Oscilloscope

Digital Storage Oscilloscope

Function Generator

Function Generator

The Experimental Setup

The Experimental Setup of Laser Reflection Spectra



Group Member

Graduate Student

Undergraduate Student