A glimpse into QubeDot’s innovation

To all German-speaking customers, partners, and interested parties:

Dive into the world of QubeDot and learn more about our innovative work! In this clip, our CEO and co-founder, Dr.-Ing. Heiko Brüning gives an exclusive insight into everyday life at QubeDot and introduces our tailored microLED displays and microLED-based solutions, customized to meet your specific needs.

Enjoy watching!

EIC Accelerator funding for QubeDot

Exciting Announcement! QubeDot GmbH has been selected for the prestigious EIC Accelerator funding by the European Innovation Council and SMEs Executive Agency (EISMEA).

We are delighted to be one of the 42 companies selected out of over 1000 applicants! This remarkable achievement is a significant milestone for QubeDot.

Together with Europe’s leading visionaries, we are committed to making impactful progress. This opportunity brings us closer to our vision: Revolutionizing gallium nitride (GaN) chip processing and extending our cleanroom environments in Germany that ensures top-tier customized and scalable microLED manufacturing, meeting the growing demands of our customers and the global market.

We are deeply grateful for this selection and look forward to the transformative developments to come. A heartfelt thank you to everyone who has supported us and is believing in our vision.

Impressive fact: Only 42 out of 1083 proposals were selected, boasting a remarkable success rate of 3.88%!

Source: https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:7168545483752173568/

Selected for Innovation Radar Award

Proudly reflecting on a successful year, we have mastered numerous challenges and executed innovative projects. We are particularly pleased that QubeDot has been selected for the prestigious Innovation Radar Award by the European Commission.

The Innovation Radar is an initiative to identify promising innovations and innovators in EU-funded research and innovation projects. In the analysis conducted by the Innovation Radar last year, our SMILE technology, developed as part of the EU-funded SMILE project, received a positive evaluation.

Our product, the SMILE platform, is based on this innovation. SMILE stands for ‘Structured Micro Illumination Light Engine’ and offers a ready-to-use microLED array with various pixel numbers & sizes, wavelengths, and intensities. The light sources can be conveniently controlled directly from a computer via USB. The SMILE platform includes a customized microLED chip, electronics, housing, and a graphical user interface for seamless control.

If you are interested in our SMILE platform, please contact us today.

Jan Gülink is Speaker at TechBlick Event

Join the virtual TechBlick’s Event “Mini- & Micro-LED Displays: Markets, Manufacturing Innovations, Applications, Promising Start-ups” from November 29 and 30. This second edition of TechBlick’s events is dedicated to mini and microLED technologies.

Our CTO, Jan Gülink, will present the enormous potential of our SMILE platform, which enables versatile display solutions. The role of InGaN microLEDs as the material and device choice for next-generation displays is becoming increasingly clear. QubeDot’s SMILE platform enables the fabrication of diverse displays in a variety of sizes and application areas. SMILE is an acronym for “Structured Micro Illumination Light Engine” and covers our microLED display and array product range with different pixel counts and sizes, wavelengths, and intensities. Multiple light engines are available with corresponding control circuitry and software, enabling direct patterning for display and illumination applications. Highly efficient microLED pixels and their mass transfer are key elements of SMILE Technology. Following up on these key elements, the talk will focus on how SMILE Technology aims to be the enabler for real production versatility in the display industry.

Don’t miss this opportunity to stay on the cutting edge of display technology! Learn more and register for the event: https://www.techblick.com/event/microled2023

QubeDot is growing!

We are thrilled to announce that in addition to our headquarters in Braunschweig, we have opened a new branch office in Northern Germany.

The new office allows space for creative ideas, intensive collaboration, excellent production, and professional growth. A big thank you to everyone who has supported us in this expansion.

We’re excited to embark on this journey of collaboration and growth together!

Announcement: Webinar on revolutionary microLED technology

Don’t miss our online webinar on the revolutionary microLED technology made accessible via EU-Project SMILE – on the 13th of June, 2 to 3:30 PM (CEST).

The speakers from Universitat de Barcelona, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Università di Roma Tor Vergata, and from us warmly welcome your participation.

Register now: https://shorturl.at/wDMO3

Introducing our revolutionary microLED-platform SMILE


SMILE is an acronym for “Structured Micro Illumination Light Engine” and comprises our microLED-array in a ready-to-use format with different pixel numbers and sizes, wavelengths and intensities.
Our light sources are conveniently controlled directly from the computer via USB. The SMILE-platform includes a customized microLED chip, electronics, housing, and a graphical user interface for seamless control.


Our software enables the user to construct lighting patterns in a very convenient way. The graphical user interface provides the possibility of calibrating the array and adjusting the voltage. In addition, this interface allows the saving and loading of sequences and animations; and provides image and measurement windows for various use areas. An application programming interface allows the SMILE-platform control to be integrated into scrips and applications such as Matlab, LabView and Python.
 
SMILE-platform at a glance:
– Controllable light field 8 x 8 pixels of 75 µm size
– MicroLEDs individually controllable by software with up to 16 kHz
– Easy setup to create desired light patterns
– Robust housing, direct integration in optical path possible
– Ready for immediate use with GUI and USB cable
 
Are you interested in our SMILE platform? Contact us today to learn more.

Announcement: Forum MikroskopieTrends ’23

📢 Save the date – March 23, 2023!

We are very excited to announce that we are co-hosting the PhotonicNet “Forum MikroskopieTrends ’23” in cooperation with the Cluster of Excellence QuantumFrontiers.

The event will take place on March 23, 2023 at the Laboratory for Emerging Nanometrology LENA in Braunschweig.

Since 2001, the “Forum MikroskopieTrends” has been an established contact and discussion platform of the German microscopy scene with recognized high quality.

In addition to numerous professional presentations, our CEO Dr.-Ing. Heiko Brüning will talk about our customized microLEDs as an enabler for structured illumination and displays.

All details about the event and registration can be found here:

https://photonicnet.de/fileadmin/files/photonicnet/2023/Veranstaltungen/03/Forum_MikroskopieTrends_2023.pdf

The next generation of µLED technologies

As part of the EU project SMILE in which we are proud to be a project partner, a new generation of µLED technology is being developed.

Professor J. Daniel Prades from the Universitat de Barcelona visited the Quantum Valley Lower Saxony (QVLS) at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and gave this exciting interview:

QubeDot at the CS International Conference in Brussels

Our team from QubeDot is very pleased to have been part of the CS International Conference in Brussels.

Jan, our CTO and Co-Founder of QubeDot, has given a talk about µLEDs for structured illumination and the versatility of our SMILE® Technology to address multiple markets.

µLEDs with dimensions of 1 to 50 µm are becoming increasingly interesting driven by the µLED revolution in display technology.

Our µLEDs are in addition also used – among other applications – in biology, optogenetics, microscopy and process metrology.

Do you want to know more about our customized µLEDs?

Here is the link to our solutions: