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Journal Articles Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics Year : 2020

The 2020 UV emitter roadmap

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Hiroshi Amano
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Ramón Collazo
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Carlo De Santi
Sven Einfeldt
Mitsuru Funato
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Johannes Glaab
Sylvia Hagedorn
Akira Hirano
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Hideki Hirayama
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Ryota Ishii
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Yukio Kashima
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Yoichi Kawakami
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Ronny Kirste
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Michael Kneissl
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Robert Martin
Frank Mehnke
Matteo Meneghini
Peter J Parbrook
Siddharth Rajan
Pramod Reddy
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Friedhard Römer
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Jan Ruschel
Biplab Sarkar
Ferdinand Scholz
Leo J Schowalter
Philip Shields
Zlatko Sitar
Luca Sulmoni
Tao Wang
Tim Wernicke
Markus Weyers
Bernd Witzigmann
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Yuh-Renn Wu
Thomas Wunderer
Yuewei Zhang

Abstract

Solid state UV emitters have many advantages over conventional UV sources. The (Al,In,Ga)N material system is best suited to produce LEDs and laser diodes from 400 nm down to 210 nm—due to its large and tuneable direct band gap, n- and p-doping capability up to the largest bandgap material AlN and a growth and fabrication technology compatible with the current visible InGaN-based LED production. However AlGaN based UV-emitters still suffer from numerous challenges compared to their visible counterparts that become most obvious by consideration of their light output power, operation voltage and long term stability. Most of these challenges are related to the large bandgap of the materials. However, the development since the first realization of UV electroluminescence in the 1970s shows that an improvement in understanding and technology allows the performance of UV emitters to be pushed far beyond the current state. One example is the very recent realization of edge emitting laser diodes emitting in the UVC at 271.8 nm and in the UVB spectral range at 298 nm. This roadmap summarizes the current state of the art for the most important aspects of UV emitters, their challenges and provides an outlook for future developments.
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hal-03414609 , version 1 (04-11-2021)

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Hiroshi Amano, Ramón Collazo, Carlo De Santi, Sven Einfeldt, Mitsuru Funato, et al.. The 2020 UV emitter roadmap. Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 2020, 53 (50), ⟨10.1088/1361-6463/aba64c⟩. ⟨hal-03414609⟩
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