“The $20-billion LED market is based on a 20th-century invention that still has several major shortfalls in cost and performance that we intend to overcome,” says NS Nanotech CEO and Co-Founder Seth Coe-Sullivan. "We have already announced breakthroughs in LED performance, with laboratory fabrication of nitride semiconductor nanoLEDs that have the potential to deliver orders-of-magnitude improvements in brightness, efficiency, color saturation, directionality, power consumption, and cost."
Our R&D team is hard at work on a long-term project to develop the world's first GaN nanoLEDs for both visible RGB displays and invisible UVC light for disinfection. Based on exclusively licensed patent portfolios from McGill University and the University of Michigan, NS Nanotech’s technology introduces new methods for growing sub-micron-scale red, green, blue, and UVC nano-LEDs from the bottom up directly on a single substrate.
Videos, Presentations, Journal Articles,
NS Nanotech CEO Seth Coe-Sullivan Talks About Nanoscale Lasers at GESELOP 2022
Insight Media: NS Nanotech's Full Color Single Wafer microLED (Display Week 2022)
CEO Seth Coe-Sullivan: Submicron LED Pixels for MicroLEDs (Display Week 2020)
Prof. Zetian Mi, our co-founder, has collaborated on numerous research papers focused on nanoLED technology, including:
MBE vs. MOCVD comparison for large scale production [see High Volume Manufacturing of 8XX nm – 10 XX nm…]
A Comparison of MOVPE and MBE Growth Technologies for III-V Epitaxial Structures
Full-Color Single Nanowire Pixels for Projection Displays
Scalable Nanowire Photonic Crystals: Modeling the Light Emission of InGaN
Color-tunable, phosphor-free InGaN nanowire light-emitting diode arrays monolithically integrated on silicon
Growth of large-scale vertically aligned GaN nanowires and their heterostructures with high uniformity on SiOx by catalyst-free molecular beam epitaxy
Contact us for access to our research papers.