Nobel Prize Winner Endorses Aledia’s Nanowire LED Technology


Prof. Hiroshi Amano, a member of Aledia’s Scientific Advisory Board, was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics, alongside Shuji Nakamura and Isamu Akasaki for their roles in inventing the blue light emitting diode (LED), that has revolutionized the lighting and display worlds. Won the prize is just beginning, then how can make it to be reality.

Prof. Amano received the news while working with Aledia’s technical team in Grenoble, where Aledia is based. Nanowire LEDs are the best structures for the next generation of LEDs.Prof. Amano said:”In particular, Aledia’s nanowire technology has a very big potential to make a step-change improvement in LED technology” Prof.Amano is helping Aledia develop thegeneration of LEDs, a new 3D technology able to reduce substantially the overall cost, making them affordable to everyone, and facilitating their integration with electronics to give smart lighting and new concepts for microdisplays

In the future, LED technology will change and improve people life.

[Launch Time: 2014-10-16 13:18:49]


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