DOE offers up to $7.5 million in round 5 of SSL projects

The US Department of Energy will select 5-10 research organizations for core technology research projects involving LED and OLED lighting. The US Department of Energy (DOE) has announced a $7.5 million core technology research (round 5) funding opportunity as part of its Solid State Lighting (SSL) program .
DOE anticipates making ~5-10 awards for specific advances in LED and OLED lighting under this round and says that awards will not exceed $600,000 per year for up to 3 years. The closing date for applications is June 19.
Full details of the funding call can be here here.
The release marks the fifth SSL Core Technology Research into the significant technology challenges that restrict the application of SSL .
The funding opportunity web page lists six specific areas of interest:
LEDs: Internal Quantum Efficiency Phosphors and Conversion Materials Encapsulants and Packaging Materials OLEDs: High Efficiency OLED Materials and Structures OLED Encapsulation and Substrates OLED Fabrication

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