microLED-lines are very interesting

A glance at the portfolio of well-known suppliers of large, very powerful LEDs that emit on the order of several watts is enough to see that these LEDs are mostly round or square-shaped. But does that actually have to be the case? Doesn’t it make sense that LEDs could also be line-shaped for specific applications?

Some of our customers had also asked us this question. Of course, we don’t hesitate for long when it comes to such exciting questions. Our access to the clean room supports us in finding the appropriate answer within the shortest possible time. The answer to the question is “YES” – twice.

Yes, it can sometimes make sense to use linear microLEDs as well.

Yes, we can produce microLED lines.

The picture shows a microLED line with a width of 10µm and a length of 1000µm. Of course, processed on GaN wafers – because that is our expertise!

Announcement: Mikroskopietrends 2021

On Dec. 9, 2021, the event “Forum MikroskopieTrends `21” will take place again in Göttingen.

Top-class and renowned speakers from industry and research will present the latest findings.

We from QubeDot are part of the event and will present the advantage of our microLED technology for microscopy. Especially the high intensity and fast switchability offer unique possibilities in structured illumination.

If you want to see a SMILE platform in action – come and join the event!

Further information can be found here: https://photonicnet.de/veranstaltungen/veranstaltung/forum-mikroskopietrends-21-1614/

microLEDs published in Compound Semiconductor

We are pleased that a nice article about our microLED technology has been published in the recognized and for semiconductor technology important magazine Compound Semiconductor.

In Issue 7 / 2021, starting on page 34, you can find a lot of valuable information, among others about the manufacturing process, technical properties and possible applications.

Here is the link to the article:


Announcement: Improvement of hardware at 8×8 SMILE platform

Our SMILE platforms are particularly well suited for being able to create lighting patterns easily and quickly.

For this purpose, we have programmed a graphical user interface that allows the user to play back his own patterns via the SMILE platform within a few minutes. Since this is a Windows-based user interface, it is clear to the technically savvy user that real-time capability can hardly be achieved via this.

Therefore, there is now an extended “LOAD function”. This enables the playback of frames in frequency ranges that are normally not possible with USB-controlled products.

This has been realized by an enlarged internal memory. The frames are stored directly in the processor of the SMILE platform.

QubeDot is founding member of the QVLS e.V.

Our µLED technology also plays an essential role in the development of quantum computers.
For this reason, we have been honored to be a founding member of QVLS e.V. together with renowned partners. After an intensive period of efficient preparation, the QVLS e.V. will go “live” on February 10, 2021 with a digital launch event – accompanied, among others, by the Minister for Science and Culture of Lower Saxony Björn Thümler.

We wish the association all the best for the future!

Here is the link to the digital recording of the event: