Patents by Inventor Carola Diez

Carola Diez has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Publication number: 20200309597
    Abstract: A semiconductor light source configured for a spectrometer may include at least one multipixel chip, at least one color setting component disposed optically downstream of at least one of emission region, and a drive unit. The color setting component may be configured for altering a spectral emission behavior of assigned emission regions. The drive unit may be configured to operate a plurality of mutually independently drivable emission regions successively, such that during operation thereof at least three spectrally narrowband individual spectra are emitted successively by the plurality of mutually independently drivable emission regions together with the associated color setting component from which individual spectra a total spectrum emitted by the semiconductor light source is constituted.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 9, 2018
    Publication date: October 1, 2020
    Inventors: Christopher Koelper, Carola Diez, Tim Boescke, Thomas Kippes, Melanie Sternecker, Daniel Dietze
  • Publication number: 20200203609
    Abstract: A method for producing a radiation-emitting device is disclosed. In an embodiment a method includes providing a substrate, applying a first electrode over the substrate, applying a fluorescent compound over the first electrode, wherein the fluorescent compound forms at least a part of a light-emitting layer of a radiation-emitting organic electronic device, and applying a second electrode over the light-emitting layer.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 28, 2020
    Publication date: June 25, 2020
    Inventors: Carola Diez, Andreas Rausch, Erwin Lang
  • Patent number: 10615346
    Abstract: A radiation-emitting organic-electronic device is specified. The radiation-emitting organic-electronic device includes a substrate, a first electrode arranged above the substrate, a light-emitting layer arranged above the first electrode, and a second electrode arranged above the light-emitting layer. The light-emitting layer includes a fluorescent compound of a specified formula A. The spacer comprises a linear molecular chain to which two substituents R and R? are terminally bonded, and at least one group E bonded to the linear molecular chain, wherein E denotes hydrogen and/or an organic radical. The linear molecular chain of the molecules of the fluorescent compound is aligned parallel to the plane of extent of the substrate.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 26, 2014
    Date of Patent: April 7, 2020
    Assignee: OSRAM OLED GMBH
    Inventors: Carola Diez, Andreas Rausch, Erwin Lang
  • Patent number: 10608197
    Abstract: The invention relates to an organic light-emitting component (100), comprising a functional layer stack (9) between two electrodes (1, 8), wherein the functional layer stack (9) has at least two organic light-emitting layers (2, 7) and at least one charge carrier generation zone (3), which is arranged between the two organic light-emitting layers (2, 7), wherein the charge carrier generation zone (3) comprises an electron-conducting organic layer (31) and a hole-conducting organic layer (32), between which an intermediate region (4) is arranged, wherein the intermediate region (4) comprises at least one organic intermediate layer (6) which has a first charge carrier transport mechanism and an inorganic intermediate layer (5) which has a second charge carrier transport mechanism, wherein the inorganic intermediate layer (5) is arranged between the organic intermediate layer (6) and the electron-conducting organic layer (31), and wherein the first charge carrier transport mechanism is at least partially differe
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 24, 2016
    Date of Patent: March 31, 2020
    Assignee: OSRAM OLED GMBH
    Inventors: Dominik Pentlehner, Carola Diez, Ulrich Niedermeier, Andreas Rausch
  • Patent number: 10581009
    Abstract: The invention relates to an organic light-emitting device comprising an organic stack of layers between two electrodes. The organic stack of layers comprises a first light-emitting layer and the first light-emitting layer comprises an emitter material adapted to generate electromagnetic radiation during operation of the device. Taken together, the transition dipole moments of the radiation generating transition of the molecules of the emitter material have an anisotropic orientation inside the first light-emitting layer, and it applies that <cos2?> is less than ?, where ? is the angle between the respective transition dipole moment of the radiation generating transition of the molecules of the emitter material and a layer normal of the first light-emitting layer.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 17, 2017
    Date of Patent: March 3, 2020
    Assignee: OSRAM OLED GMBH
    Inventors: Dominik Pentlehner, Carola Diez, Daniel Riedel
  • Patent number: 10529785
    Abstract: The invention relates to an optoelectronic component, the optoelectronic component comprises a light-emitting layer stack, and an electrothermal protection element, which is connected to the layer stack in the component and has a temperature-dependent resistor.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 22, 2016
    Date of Patent: January 7, 2020
    Assignee: OSRAM OLED GMBH
    Inventors: Daniel Riedel, Carola Diez, Arne Fleissner, Ulrich Niedermeier, Dominik Pentlehner, Andreas Rausch, Nina Riegel, Johannes Rosenberger, Thomas Wehlus
  • Patent number: 10454069
    Abstract: An organic light-emitting device and a method for producing an organic light emitting device are disclosed. In an embodiment the device includes a substrate and at least one layer sequence arranged on the substrate and suitable for generating electromagnetic radiation. The at least one layer sequence includes at least one first electrode surface arranged on the substrate, at least one second electrode surface arranged on the first electrode surface and an organic functional layer stack having organic functional layers between the first electrode surface and the second electrode surface. The organic functional layer stack includes at least one organic light-emitting layer, wherein the at least one organic light-emitting layer is configured to emit light, wherein the organic functional layer stack includes at least one inhomogeneity layer, and wherein a thickness of the at least one inhomogeneity layer varies in a lateral direction.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 18, 2015
    Date of Patent: October 22, 2019
    Assignee: OSRAM OLED GmbH
    Inventors: Daniel Riedel, Thomas Wehlus, Carola Diez, Nina Riegel, Ulrich Niedermeier, Arne Flei├čner, Erwin Lang
  • Publication number: 20190044081
    Abstract: The invention relates to an organic light-emitting device comprising an organic stack of layers between two electrodes. The organic stack of layers comprises a first light-emitting layer and the first light-emitting layer comprises an emitter material adapted to generate electromagnetic radiation during operation of the device. Taken together, the transition dipole moments of the radiation generating transition of the molecules of the emitter material have an anisotropic orientation inside the first light-emitting layer, and it applies that <cos2 ?> is less than ?, where ? is the angle between the respective transition dipole moment of the radiation generating transition of the molecules of the emitter material and a layer normal of the first light-emitting layer.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 17, 2017
    Publication date: February 7, 2019
    Inventors: Dominik PENTLEHNER, Carola DIEZ, Daniel RIEDEL
  • Patent number: 10177331
    Abstract: The invention relates to a method for producing an organic light-emitting diode (1) comprising the following steps: providing a carrier (3) for the organic light-emitting diode (1), applying a solution (S) comprising a plurality of different emitter materials (E) to the carrier (1), wherein said emitter materials (E) are each formed by a certain type of organic molecule and have electrical charges that differ from each other, applying an electrical field (F), so that the solution is located in the electrical field (F), and drying the solution (S) into a plurality of emitter layers (20) in an organic layer stack (2), while the electrical field is applied, so that the emitter materials (E) are accommodated separately from each other, each in a certain emitter layer (20) of the organic stack (2).
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 10, 2015
    Date of Patent: January 8, 2019
    Assignee: OSRAM OLED GMBH
    Inventors: Silke Scharner, Carola Diez, Dominik Pentlehner, Ulrich Niedermeier
  • Publication number: 20180374910
    Abstract: The invention relates to an optoelectronic component, the optoelectronic component comprises a light-emitting layer stack, and an electrothermal protection element, which is connected to the layer stack in the component and has a temperature-dependent resistor.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 22, 2016
    Publication date: December 27, 2018
    Applicant: OSRAM OLED GmbH
    Inventors: Daniel Riedel, Carola Diez, Arne Fleissner, Ulrich Niedermeier, Dominik Pentlehner, Andreas Rausch, Nina Riegel, Johannes Rosenberger, Thomas Wehlus
  • Patent number: 10147773
    Abstract: According to the present disclosure, an organic light-emitting diode device is disclosed with an organic light-emitting diode having a first main surface and a second main surface lying opposite the first main surface, an optically functional device having a first hollow space and a second hollow space, and a control element. The first hollow space is arranged on or over the first main surface, and the second hollow space is arranged below the second main surface. The first hollow space and the second hollow space are connected to one another by means of a fluid connection. An optically functional fluid is arranged in the optically functional device. The control element is configured to move the optically functional fluid to and fro between the first hollow space and the second hollow space.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 2, 2016
    Date of Patent: December 4, 2018
    Assignee: OSRAM OLED GMBH
    Inventors: Dominik Pentlehner, Andreas Rausch, Thomas Wehlus, Carola Diez, Nina Riegel, Britta Goeoetz, Georg Dirscherl
  • Publication number: 20180240994
    Abstract: The invention relates to an organic light-emitting component (100), comprising a functional layer stack (9) between two electrodes (1, 8), wherein the functional layer stack (9) has at least two organic light-emitting layers (2, 7) and at least one charge carrier generation zone (3), which is arranged between the two organic light-emitting layers (2, 7), wherein the charge carrier generation zone (3) comprises an electron-conducting organic layer (31) and a hole-conducting organic layer (32), between which an intermediate region (4) is arranged, wherein the intermediate region (4) comprises at least one organic intermediate layer (6) which has a first charge carrier transport mechanism and an inorganic intermediate layer (5) which has a second charge carrier transport mechanism, wherein the inorganic intermediate layer (5) is arranged between the organic intermediate layer (6) and the electron-conducting organic layer (31), and wherein the first charge carrier transport mechanism is at least partially differe
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 24, 2016
    Publication date: August 23, 2018
    Inventors: Dominik PENTLEHNER, Carola DIEZ, Ulrich NIEDERMEIER, Andreas RAUSCH
  • Patent number: 9911940
    Abstract: The invention relates to an organic light-emitting diode (1000) with an organic layer sequence (100). The organic layer sequence (100) comprises a first organic emitter layer (1) for generating electromagnetic radiation of a first wavelength range (10) and a second organic emitter layer (2) for generating electromagnetic radiation of a second wavelength range (20). A charge carrier generation layer sequence (33), CGL for short, is arranged between the first (1) and the second (2) emitter layer, and the first emitter layer (1) and the second emitter layer (2) are electrically connected in series via said CGL. The CGL (33) additionally has a converter material which converts the radiation of the first (10) and/or the second (20) wavelength range at least partially into radiation of a third wavelength range (30). In this manner, the organic light-emitting diode (1000) can emit mixed light with components of the first (10), second (20), and third (30) wavelength range.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 31, 2015
    Date of Patent: March 6, 2018
    Assignee: OSRAM OLED GmbH
    Inventors: Andreas Rausch, Carola Diez, Nina Riegel, Dominik Pentlehner, Britta Goeoetz
  • Publication number: 20180019289
    Abstract: According to the present disclosure, an organic light-emitting diode device is disclosed with an organic light-emitting diode having a first main surface and a second main surface lying opposite the first main surface, an optically functional device having a first hollow space and a second hollow space, and a control element. The first hollow space is arranged on or over the first main surface, and the second hollow space is arranged below the second main surface. The first hollow space and the second hollow space are connected to one another by means of a fluid connection. An optically functional fluid is arranged in the optically functional device. The control element is configured to move the optically functional fluid to and fro between the first hollow space and the second hollow space.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 2, 2016
    Publication date: January 18, 2018
    Inventors: Dominik Pentlehner, Andreas Rausch, Thomas Wehlus, Carola Diez, Nina Riegel, Britta Goeoetz, Georg Dirscherl
  • Patent number: 9755173
    Abstract: An optoelectronic component is provided. The optoelectronic component includes an electromagnetic radiation source including an optically active region designed for emitting a first electromagnetic radiation, and a converter structure, which includes at least one converter material and is arranged in the beam path of the first electromagnetic radiation. The at least one converter material is designed to convert at least one portion of the first electromagnetic radiation into at least one second electromagnetic radiation. The at least one second electromagnetic radiation has at least one different wavelength than the at least one portion of the first electromagnetic radiation. The converter structure is formed in a structured fashion in such a way that the converter structure has a predefined region, such that the at least one second electromagnetic radiation is emittable only from the predefined region. The predefined region has a smaller area than the optically active region.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 15, 2015
    Date of Patent: September 5, 2017
    Assignee: OSRAM OLED GMBH
    Inventors: Nina Riegel, Carola Diez, Andreas Rausch, Dominik Pentlehner, Georg Dirscherl
  • Publication number: 20170229675
    Abstract: An organic light-emitting device and a method for producing an organic light emitting device are disclosed. In an embodiment the device includes a substrate and at least one layer sequence arranged on the substrate and suitable for generating electromagnetic radiation. The at least one layer sequence includes at least one first electrode surface arranged on the substrate, at least one second electrode surface arranged on the first electrode surface and an organic functional layer stack having organic functional layers between the first electrode surface and the second electrode surface. The organic functional layer stack includes at least one organic light-emitting layer, wherein the at least one organic light-emitting layer is configured to emit light, wherein the organic functional layer stack includes at least one inhomogeneity layer, and wherein a thickness of the at least one inhomogeneity layer varies in a lateral direction.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 18, 2015
    Publication date: August 10, 2017
    Inventors: Daniel Riedel, Thomas Wehlus, Carola Diez, Nina Riegel, Ulrich Niedermeier, Arne Flei├čner, Erwin Lang
  • Publication number: 20170229669
    Abstract: The invention relates to an organic light-emitting diode (1000) with an organic layer sequence (100). The organic layer sequence (100) comprises a first organic emitter layer (1) for generating electromagnetic radiation of a first wavelength range (10) and a second organic emitter layer (2) for generating electromagnetic radiation of a second wavelength range (20). A charge carrier generation layer sequence (33), CGL for short, is arranged between the first (1) and the second (2) emitter layer, and the first emitter layer (1) and the second emitter layer (2) are electrically connected in series via said CGL. The CGL (33) additionally has a converter material which converts the radiation of the first (10) and/or the second (20) wavelength range at least partially into radiation of a third wavelength range (30). In this manner, the organic light-emitting diode (1000) can emit mixed light with components of the first (10), second (20), and third (30) wavelength range.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 31, 2015
    Publication date: August 10, 2017
    Inventors: Andreas RAUSCH, Carola DIEZ, Nina RIEGEL, Dominik PENTLEHNER, Britta GOEOETZ
  • Patent number: 9685624
    Abstract: Various embodiments may relate to an optoelectronic component, including a first organic functional layer structure, a second organic functional layer structure and a charge generating layer structure between the first organic functional layer structure and the second organic functional layer structure. The charge generating layer structure includes a hole-conducting charge generating layer and a first electron-conducting charge generating layer. The hole-conducting charge generating layer includes or is formed from an inorganic substance or an inorganic substance mixture. The first electron-conducting charge generating layer includes or is formed from an organic substance or an organic substance mixture. The first electron-conducting charge generating layer includes or is formed from an organic, intrinsically electron-conducting substance.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 28, 2013
    Date of Patent: June 20, 2017
    Assignee: OSRAM OLED GmbH
    Inventors: Thilo Reusch, Carola Diez
  • Patent number: 9685638
    Abstract: Various embodiments may relate to a method for producing an optoelectronic component, including forming a first electrode on a substrate, arranging a first mask structure on or above the substrate, wherein the first mask structure comprises a first structuring region including an opening and/or a region prepared for forming an opening, arranging a second mask structure on or above the first mask structure, forming a second structuring region in the first mask structure and in the second mask structure in such a way that at least one part of the first structuring region in the first mask structure is formed outside the second structuring region in the first mask structure.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 2, 2014
    Date of Patent: June 20, 2017
    Assignee: ORAM OLED GmbH
    Inventors: Arne Fleissner, Carola Diez, Nina Riegel, Thomas Wehlus, Daniel Riedel, Johannes Rosenberger, Silke Scharner
  • Publication number: 20170025478
    Abstract: An organic light-emitting component is disclosed. The organic light emitting component includes a substrate and at least one layer sequence arranged on the substrate and suitable for generating electromagnetic radiation. The at least one layer sequence may include at least one first electrode area arranged on the substrate, at least one second electrode area arranged on the first electrode area, a basic color unit arranged between the first electrode area and the second electrode area and a plurality of color units arranged between the basic color unit and the first or second electrode area, wherein the plurality of color units are arranged laterally offset to one another, and wherein the basic color unit and each of the plurality of color units respectively comprises at least one organic light-emitting layer.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 17, 2015
    Publication date: January 26, 2017
    Inventors: Thomas Wehlus, Carola Diez, Erwin Lang, Nina Riegel, Daniel Riedel