Overcoming Phosphor light emission speeds

Continuous research regarding phosphor light is helping to drive the market forward.  Phosphors are used in light bulbs and LEDs however, they can't be turned on or off very quickly. For this reason commercial use is limited. A recently article published by photonics.com highlighted research conducted by  Brown and Harvard Universities.

Dr. Rashid Zia, Associate Professor of Engineering and Physics at Brown University along with his postdoctoral researcher Sebastien Cueff, uncovered an approach to modulate light from phosphor emitters to significantly increase their speed by leveraging the phase-change of vanadium dioxide nanolayer. Read the complete article here.

Learn more about the latest phosphor research. See the new topics that will be highlight at the Phosphor Global Summit