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Cynora appoints Gildas Sorin as CEO with immediate effect

The appointment is expected to play a key role in taking Cynora forward to its next stage of commercialisation

5 Oct 2015 | Editor

Cynora has announced that Gildas Sorin has been appointed as CEO with immediate effect. The appointment of Gildas Sorin, who was previously CEO of Novaled, is a great endorsement of the company's technology and the potential they have to fully realise the commercial value of its technology.

Cynora - Gildas Sorin recently appointed as CEO<

Figure: Cynora - Gildas Sorin recently appointed as CEO

Gildas Sorin started his career within the French Thomson company, where he held several general manager positions and became director of its semiconductor activity. He then joined Philips Electronics as vice president in the Display Division. In 2003 he became CEO of Dresden-based Novaled leading the company to become majority owned by Samsung.


About Cynora

Cynora is a technological leader in the field of Iridium-free emitter systems for organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs). Cynora pioneers in research and development of novel Copper-based and innovative pure-organic emitter systems, amongst other materials and technologies. In addition to sublimable materials for well established vacuum processing, a multitude of materials allowing for efficient liquid processing in coating and printing techniques are available.

One of Cynora's major technological breakthroughs are energy efficient emitter materials implementing the Singlet Harvesting (SH) principle which cover a particularly broad range of the color spectrum down to deep blue. This principle is the key technology towards mass marketable and sustainable materials for efficient OLED displays and lighting.

As independent provider of this technology, which is covered by over 280 patent applications and granted patents, as well as several coveted scientific and industrial awards, Cynora promotes the OLED revolution by providing tailored optoelectronic solutions for a bright future.

Source: Cynora

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