2013 DOE Solid-State Lighting R&D Workshop

January 29–31, 2013
Hilton Long Beach
Long Beach, California

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As solid-state lighting technology matures, the remaining questions get more complex. Where does future R&D need to be directed to drive significant leaps in LED and OLED performance? How can government and industry work together to find solutions, accelerate advances, and hasten market adoption?

Join DOE at the 10th annual SSL R&D workshop. This gathering of SSL R&D professionals is where the nation's top researchers and industry, government, and academic leaders meet to learn, share, interact, and build partnerships and solutions.

A not-to-be-missed event, where you can:

  • Connect with our nation's top researchers and thought leaders
  • Share the latest on SSL advances and issues
  • Dissect the most complex challenges facing SSL today
  • Explore new ideas and approaches to drive significant technology leaps forward
  • Participate in shaping research agendas

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WHAT DID PAST ATTENDEES VALUE MOST? Gathering of so much technical expertise in one place.
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Input and feedback from industry leaders about the next few years.
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Face-to-face discussions with experts in the various technical and R&D fields.
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Everyone is participating not just showing up.
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No-holds-barred Q&A.
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One of the best research/industry meetings I ever attended
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Encouragement to think differently and hollistically about lighting.
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