Light-emitting materials are key materials for displays, lighting, and other optoelectronic applications. Major research goals of self-emissive materials have revolved around high luminescence efficiency and long device lifetime. New classes of emitters such as organic-inorganic hybrid perovskite emitters, inorganic semiconductor nanocrystals and quantum dots, carbon/graphene quantum dots, and other low-dimensional structures are increasingly proposed for displays, lightings, lasers and other optoelectronic applications, as well as quantum light sources. In recent years particularly, metal halide perovskite emitters emerged as promising candidates for the next generation of narrow-band, high color-purity, low-cost emitters.
Discussions in the proposed symposium will encompass the synthesis, characterization, photophysics and devices comprising emerging light-emitting materials. Therefore, the proposed symposium will cover the complete range from the synthesis and characterization of emerging emitting materials to their fundamental chemistry and physics, and related practical device applications.