1st Edition

Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) Toward Smart Lighting and Displays Technologies Material Design Strategies, Challenges and Future Perspectives

Edited By Laxman Singh, Rituraj Dubey, R. N. Rai Copyright 2024
    278 Pages 139 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    The book Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) Toward Smart Lighting and Displays Technologies, edited by Laxman Singh, Rituraj Dubey, and Prof. R. N. Rai, strives to address the multiple aspects of OLEDs and their applications in developing smart lightings and displays. OLEDs have been used in almost all kinds of digital displays like those of mobile phones, laptops, tablets, phablets, TVs, etc., due to their outstanding features, including superior color quality, low cost, wide viewing angle, easy fabrication, mercury-free manufacture, tenability, stretchability, flexibility, etc. Investigations related to the synthesis of new organic materials and fabrication techniques have inspired us to write this book, which will fulfil the desire and thirst of OLEDs-based researchers.


    • Nanolithographic techniques used and the challenges involved
    • Printing technology for fabrication
    • Designing of hybrid perovskites
    • Stretchable and flexible materials used
    • Metal–dielectric composites and efficiency of organic semiconductor via molecular doping for OLEDs applications
    • Organic small molecule materials and display technologies involved
    • New generation of organic materials with respect to photophysical approach
    • Mixed valence π-conjugated coordination polymers used
    • Electroluminescent polymer used
    • Blue fluorescent and phosphorescent organic materials used

    In comparison to other books available related to similar topics, this book aims at those audiences who are looking for a single source for a comprehensive understanding of strategies and their challenges with respect to material fabrication of OLEDs. This book covers the pace and productivity at a uniform level in each chapter with respect to the audiences, from doctoral student to postdoctoral researchers or from postdoctoral researchers to multidisciplinary field researchers with a background in physics, chemistry, materials science, and engineering, who are already working with organic materials and their applications.

    1.Nanolithographic Techniques for OLEDs

    Rituraj Dubey and Laxman Singh  

    2. Printing Technology for Fabrication of Advanced OLEDs Materials 

    Pragati Kushwaha and Rituraj Dubey  

    3. Design of Hybrid Perovskites for OLEDs 

    Ashish Kumar Srivastava and Arvind Kumar Singh  

    4. Stretchable and Flexible Materials for OLEDs 

    Barnali Jana and Sushovan Paladhi

    5. Metal–Dielectric Composites for OLEDs Applications 

    Rajeev Kumar

    6. Organic Small Molecule Materials and Display Technologies for OLEDs 

    Bhawna, Sikha Jyoti Borah, Sanjeev Kumar, Ritika Sharma, Juhi Kumari, Neelu Dheer, Akanksha Gupta, Vinod Kumar, and Dhananjay Kumar

    7. A New Generation of Organic Materials: Photophysical Approach and OLEDs Applications 

    Mushraf Hussain and Syed S. Razi

    8. Mixed Valence π-Conjugated Coordination Polymers for OLEDs 

    Bhanu Pratap Singh Gautam, Girijesh Kumar Verma, Nidhi Sharma, Himanshu Pandey, Virendra Kumar, and Manjul Gondwal

    9. Synthesis of Electroluminescent Polymer for OLED 

    Subhasis Roy and Rituraj Dubey

    10. Improvement in the Efficiency of Organic Semiconductors via Molecular Doping for OLEDs Applications 

    Sunil Kumar, Pankaj Kumar Chaurasia, and Sandeep K. S. Patel

    11. Recent Development of Blue Fluorescent Organic Materials for OLEDs 

    Pawan Kumar Sada, Pranshu K. Gupta, Tanu Gupta, Abhishek Rai, and Alok Kumar Singh

    12. Fundamental Perspective of Phosphorescent Organic Materials for OLEDs 

    Sumit Kumar


    Dr. Laxman Singh is currently working as Head in-charge & Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry, Siddharth University. Dr. Singh has research and teaching experience of ˂10 (abroad 5 Years) in "materials chemistry" field. He has visited several countries like France, China, Japan. He has been selected as National Research Fellow, South Korea. He has published more than 55 research articles in well-reputed SCI international journals. He has been granted 05 international patents from Korean Intellectual Property Office from South Korea. He is Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Materials, Processing and Design (International, Clausius Scientific Press, Published From Canada), Editor of International Journal of Chemistry and Applications (JCA), U.S.A. and Current Nano-materials (Guest Editor & Editorial Member, Bentham Science (U.S.A.), Associate Editor of Frontiers in Sustainability (International, Published Frontier, Switzerland), Asian Journal of Materials Chemistry, (International, Asian Publication Corporation, India), Editorial Board Member of International Journal of Materials Science and Applications (IJMSA, Science Publishing Group, U.S.A), Advanced Energy Conversion Materials (Universal Wiser Publisher, Singapore), International Advisory Board Member or Editor of Materials Chemistry, Physical Sciences (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, U.K), Progress in Materials Chemistry and Physics (Clausius Scientific Press, Canada), Review Editor of Frontiers in Chemistry: Electrochemistry Section and Frontiers in Materials (International, Frontiers Press, Published From Switzerland), Reviewer of Scientific Proposal: Chilean National Science and Technology Commission and referred Journals: Journal of Materials Chemistry A, Progress in Crystal Growth and Characterization of Materials, Materials and Design, Journal of Applied Physics, Materials Characterizations, Material Science in Semiconductor Processing, Emerging Materials Research, Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics, International Journal of Materials Research, Superlattices and Microstructures, Tribology International, Advances in Chemical Science,Journal of Alloys and Compounds, Innovative Food Science and Emerging Technologies, Journal of Materiomics, Progress in Natural Science: Materials International, Superlattices and Microstructures, Advanced Powder Technologyand many more. Dr. Singh has extensive experience on synthesis and characterizations of nanomaterials, metals, mixed metal oxide (Perovskite oxides, spinels), ceramics energy related perovskite materials for Li ion battery, fuel cell, capacitor, supercapacitor etc.

    Dr. Rituraj Dubey is currently working as an Assistant Professor & Head in Department of Chemistry, Ramadhin College Sheikhpura, Munger University, Munger, Bihar, India. Previously, he has worked as National Science Council Post-doctoral Researcher in Department of Chemistry, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan under the supervision of Distinguished Prof. Shu-Hui Chen in the field of Bioanalytical Chemistry. He has obtained his Ph.D. (Organoanalytical Chemistry) from Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, India under the supervision of Prof. Ravi Bhushan. He has more than 20 publications which include books, book chapters, research papers, short commentary and editorials of international reputation. He has expertise in the field of fabrication of soft-material based biochips, aptasensors, biosensors, LC-MS based proteomics, Enantioresolution, HPLC, TLC, etc.

    Prof. R. N. Rai is serving as Professor at Department of Chemistry, Institute of Science, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India. He has joined the department in 2005 as Reader. He has served the Birla Institute of Science and Technology, Pilani, Rajasthan, India as a lecturer and Assistant Professor from 2002 to 2005. He has served the Department of Atomic Energy, RRCAT, Indore, India as a visiting scientist. He has completed his Post-Doctoral research at National Taiwan University, Taipai, Taiwan, ROC, and he has also served as Institute’s Post-Doctoral fellow, at Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India. He has awarded Ph.D. degree from Department of Chemistry, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India, and also he is recipient of Young Scientist award from Department of Science and Technology, New Delhi. Prof. Rai has actively involved in materials science, taking interest with organic materials for their synthesis, characterization, single crystal growth of pure and binary materials by studying the phase diagram, thermal, optical, non-linear optical, fluorescence and medicinal properties.