Created by IIT Madras Group, LED White Light Generators to replace energy-saving light bulbs in lighting and display applications.
IIT Madras researchers
New Delhi: Researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) have developed a white light source for use in LDs by the government of India’s SERB-Technology Translation Award. Developing energy-saving light-emitting diodes or LEDs replaces energy-inefficient incandescent lamps in lighting and display applications.
The Science and Engineering Research Board (SERB) provides funding to researchers, academic institutions, research and development laboratories, industry concerns, and other agencies. The group donated Rs. To produce LEDs using distorted perovskite materials with 30 lakh.
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The researchers patented the invention, and the results were published in the peer-reviewed International Journal of Communication Materials.
Explaining the practical application of this research, Aravind Kumar Chandiran said: We believe that our work will contribute to the Government of India’s Make in India program and hope to become a technology leader in the near future.
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The IIT Madras team has been exploring Halide-Perovskis crystal materials for a variety of applications due to their unusual optical electronics and excellent switching capabilities from light to current.
The study was conducted by Aravind Kumar Chandira, Department of Chemical Engineering, IIT Madras and Department of Physics, IIT Madras Ranjit Kumar Nanda B. The research paper was co-authored by Tamilselvan Apadurai, Ravi Kashikar, Mrs. Pamam Sikarwar, Sudadev Antarjanam, Ranjit Kumar Nanda B and Aravind Kumar Chandira.
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