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SSL R&D Workshop

  • Unlocking the full potential of SSL
    Unlocking the full potential of SSL

    Join DOE and our nation’s top researchers and lighting industry experts in Raleigh February 2–4, 2016.

  • Unlocking the full potential of SSL
    Unlocking the full potential of SSL

    Join DOE and our nation’s top researchers and lighting industry experts in Raleigh February 2–4, 2016.

  • Unlocking the full potential of SSL
    Unlocking the full potential of SSL

    Join DOE and our nation’s top researchers and lighting industry experts in Raleigh February 2–4, 2016.

  • Unlocking the full potential of SSL
    Unlocking the full potential of SSL

    Join DOE and our nation’s top researchers and lighting industry experts in Raleigh February 2–4, 2016.

  • Unlocking the full potential of SSL
    Unlocking the full potential of SSL

    Join DOE and our nation’s top researchers and lighting industry experts in Raleigh February 2–4, 2016.

There is widespread agreement today that we are in the midst of a sea change in lighting, one that will reshape the lighting industry as we know it. Rapid advances in SSL technology make it easy to forget that this technology is still at a relatively early stage of development, and much of its potential remains untapped. So what will it take to unlock the full potential of SSL?

The 13th annual DOE SSL R&D Workshop is a not-to-be-missed event, where top experts and thought leaders from universities, labs, and companies large and small converge to share the latest on SSL advances, examine market forces that are shaping SSL technology, and explore how the technology is defining new market opportunities.

Join DOE in Raleigh for three packed days of expert speakers, lively discussions, and nonstop networking.

  • Connect with our nation’s top researchers and thought leaders
  • Dissect complex science & technology challenges facing SSL today
  • Examine new ways to improve manufacturing processes, reduce costs, and foster U.S. competitiveness
  • Share updates on Federally funded R&D projects at the evening poster session/networking reception

NEW THIS YEAR: Student Poster Competition