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Nanophotonics for current and future white light-emitting devices

AuthorsGalisteo-López, Juan F.; Lozano, Gabriel CSIC ORCID
Issue Date2021
PublisherAIP Publishing
CitationJournal of Applied Physics, 130: 200901 (2021)
AbstractPhotonic nanostructures have proven useful to enhance the performance of a wide variety of materials and devices for sensing, catalysis, light harvesting, or light conversion. Herein, we discuss the role of nanophotonics in current and next-generation designs of white lightemitting diodes (LEDs). We discuss recent developments on luminescent materials designed as alternatives to rare earth-doped inorganic microcrystals, i.e., phosphors, for color conversion in LEDs, which has opened the door to the integration of resonant photonic architectures. Nanophotonics enables the devised light–matter interaction with luminescent materials in the nanoscale, which allows providing emitting devices with both enhanced performance and novel functionalities to tackle technological challenges ahead
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