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G10: Energy-efficient lighting and power devices: Materials, technologies, and applications



Lighting consumes about 20% of electricity used in the United States, so it is not surprising that energyefficient technologies are a current hot topic to reduce electricity usage. This symposium provides an overview of the main technologies used to produce energy-efficient lighting and power devices. Experts in materials science and devices in the fields of lightemitting diodes, lasers, and compact fluorescent lights are invited to participate.


Proposed session topics:


• Semiconductor materials for light-emitting diodes and power devices

• Laser and nonlinear optical materials

• Compact fluorescent lighting technology

• Street lighting and display applications




Gisele Maxwell, Shasta Crystals Inc., USA

– Kiyoshi Shimamura, National Institute for Materials Science, Japan

– Tatsuo Fujimoto, Nippon Steel and Sumitomo Metal Corp., Japan

– Anja Mudring, Iowa State University, USA

– Gregory Miller, Dolby Laboratories, USA


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