Nobel laureate lecture
A scientist who received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2014 for inventing an efficient blue light emitting diode, arrived at the University at the invitation of Undersecretary of State at the Ministry of National Defense prof. Wojciech Fałkowski.
The lecture "The Invention of High Efficient Blue LED and Future Solid State Lighting" aroused great interest. During his speech, Professor Nakamura spoke about the use of LEDs in various fields of the economy, for lighting and for the construction of modern weapons. The researcher also talked about the research he conducted in the 1990s on gallium nitride compounds. He used them to create the first semiconductor LED that gave the blue light.
We invite you to watch an interview recorded during a meeting at the Military Academy of Technology.