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Nanotechnology Lab LTFN is participating in the NanoReg2 Closing Meeting, 26-27 February 2019. The first day of the meeting will be open to the public. Join us to understand advances in nanomaterials' safety, regulatory planning and standards. You can check the Meeting agenda in the link: http://www.nanoreg2.eu/nanoreg2-closing-meeting

The Research Committee (Special Account for Research Funds) of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, in the framework of the project “Semitransparent Organic and Printed Photovoltaics for Energy Efficient Mediterranean Greenhouses (Photokipia)”, co‐financed by the European Regional Development Fund of the European Union and Greek national funds through the Operational Program Competitiveness, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, under the call RESEARCH – CREATE - INNOVATE, with Academic Head, Prof. Stergios Logothetidis, Professor of Physics, invites candidates to submit applications for two (2) PhD student fellowships according to art. 98 - N. 4547/2018, until 24/07/2021 (and in the case of an extension of the project until its expiration with a corresponding adjustment of the amount) with a total anticipated remuneration 750,00 € per month per candidate. You can find more info here.

You can see the open positions requirements in detail and the application form by downloading the following files.

Call for expression of interest (greek)
Application form (greek)

At the 7th Korea-EU NanoWorkshop Dr. Argiris Laskarakis presented an overview of the activities, pilot lines and in-line characterization facilities for Organic & Printed Electronics in Greece.

He outlined the connection of OEs characterization, modelling and manufacturing data to industry applications (automotive, energy and construction) which is achieved in the Open Innovation Environment Platform being developed in the Horizon 2020 Project CORNET. The optimization of the manufacturing processes of Organic & Printed Electronics devices taking place in the Horizon 2020 Project Smartline were also thoroughly outlined.

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Nanotechnology Lab LTFN was in IDTechEx Show in Santa Clara, CA, where the latest market news and applications were presented in the emerging technologies of Printed Electronics, 3D Printing, Electric Vehicles, Energy Storage, Graphene, Internet of Things, Sensors and Wearables!

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Nanotechnology Lab LTFN was at “INDustrial TECHnologies 2018 - Innovative industries for smart growth”, organized by the Austrian Presidency of the Council of the EU, to display its innovative research, meet experts from industry, academia and policy and strengthen collaborations for upcoming joint ventures.

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The 9th Workshop on Flexible & Printed Electronics Industry (Targeting the Digital Transformation) – the leading event in the groundbreaking sector of Flexible & Printed Electronics – co-organized by the Nanotechnology Lab LTFN and the Hellenic Organic & Printed Electronics Association (HOPE-A), which was held on the 22nd of October in Divani Caravel Hotel in Athens, concluded with great success and eagerness for collaborations which will make use of the sector’s potential and will drive the country’s economy forward.

The Workshop brought together top Stakeholders from Greece and from abroad coming from a wide range of fields where FPEs are applied and which FPEs revolutionize, i.e. Energy, Lighting, Electronics, the Automotive Industry and Transport, Intelligent Packaging, Smart Textiles and Wearables, Sensors and Biosensors, Healthcare, and their interconnection to the IoT which will digitally transform the Industry. Inspiring talks were given by internationally acknowledged scientists and engineers on how state-of-the-art technologies generated in Greece have to be exploited by the Industry. Key industrial players presented how they integrate FPEs in their business endeavors and what promising applications and challenges emerge. Business Associations and Cluster coordinators outlined their activities in coordinating industrial players with the scope to grab the chance lying ahead and create joint ventures. Moreover, representatives from Venture Capital firms and the European Commission informed the attendees on funding opportunities there are to support their R&D&I plans and collaborations.

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photo left - Prof. S. Logothetidis, Dir. Nanotechnology Lab LTFN, photo right - Prof. J. Kallitsis, Univ. of Patras

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photo left - Dr. N. Li Pira, Centro Ricerche Fiat, photo right - Dr. G. Gkikas, A. Hatzopoulos S.A.

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photo left - Dr. E. Pechlivani, Organic Electronic Technologies P.C., photo middle - Ms A. Tasigiorgou, European Commission, photo right - Ms. K. Kanteraki, Metavallon VC

The Greek national authorities showed their actual support to the Workshop’s goals, where the Deputy Minister of Environment & Energy, Mr. S. Famellos, and the Director of the Office of the Minister of Digital Policy, Telecommunications & Media, Mr. P. Skoutas, greeted the event highlighting the research advantage Greece holds in Flexible Organic & Printed Electronics and the significance their exploitation carries for the country’s economy and position in the new digital era.

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photo left - Dep. Minister of Environment & Energy, Mr. S. Famellos, photo right - Dir. Office of Minister of Digital Policy, Telecommunications & Media, Mr. P. Skoutas

In the networking sessions, the Workshop’s attendees shared their experiences, concerns and aspirations in order to find common ways of work towards the commercialization of this rapidly evolving field.

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The Workshop was brought to an end with the Start-Up competition session, where Start-Ups pitched their business and the ones with the most innovative and well-structured plan were subsequently awarded.

The Workshop will take place on October 22nd 2018, 09.00 am at the Divani Caravel Hotel, Athens.
The Workshop will bring together Top-class Scientists, Engineers, Key Industrial Players, End-Users, Entrepreneurs, Investors, Policy Makers and Representatives from the National and EU Authorities to discuss, network and establish the Strategy and Policy for boosting the rapidly evolving Flexible & Printed Electronics multi-Billion Industry in Green Energy, Lighting, Electronics, Automotive, Smart Buildings, Greenhouses, Intelligent Packaging, Wearables, IoT, etc. and its role in the Digital Transformation of the Industry.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • The Flexible & Printed Electronics Sector and Activities
  • Manufacturing and Processes of Flexible Organic & Printed Electronics
  • Printed Organic Electronics and Automation in Factories of the Future
  • Tools for the Digital Transformation of the Industry
  • Energy and Lighting for Smart Buildings, Automotive, Greenhouses, Healthcare, etc.
  • Sensors, Biosensors in Electronics, Smart Textiles, Wearables, Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Intelligent and Smart Packaging
  • Clusters and Associations in Flexible & Printed Electronics Worldwide
  • Flexible & Printed Electronics Entrepreneurial activities
  • Funding & Commercialization Opportunities

You can find more information here.

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Supported by:

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Workshop's Poster

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Download the workshop's poster from here.

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LTFN will participate at IDTechEx Show / Emerging Technologies Unleashed taking place 14-15 November 2018, at Santa Clara, USA. Looking forward to meet you at our booth X20. More information is available here.

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Nanotechnology Lab LTFN will participate at the 16th International Packaging Machines, Printing & Logistics Exhibition - SYSKEVASIA18, taking place 12-15 October 2018 at Athens, Greece. Visit us at our booth Hall 2 | Stand E34. More information is available here.

Here is a photo from the "1st NANO Greece - Turkey Workshop " that was organized by Nanotechnology Lab LTFN and SUNUM Nanotechnology Centre. The event took place at the Sabanci University on 1st October 2018.

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Dr. Argiris Laskarakis is at the 9th International Conference on Flexible and Printed Electronics - ICFPE 2018, as an Invited Speaker, meeting up with partners from the Beijing Institute of Graphic Communication, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the Innovation Alliance of Printed Electronics in China (IAPE) and the Korea Printed Electronics Association (KoPEA).

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The two H2020 Projects SmartLine and CORNET, which are coordinated by the Nanotechnology Lab LTFN, are featured in European Commission’s CORDIS news article as majorly optimizing manufacturing in the Organic Large Area Electronics sector.

The news article is highlighting how Printed Solar Cells are transforming Electronics' Manufacturing, and some of the fascinating advantages Organic Electronics acquire, which makes them ideal for implementation in existing and new consumer products in a wide range of areas.

More info available here.

Nanotechnology Lab LTFN and SUNUM Nanotechnology Centre (Sabanci Uni.) co-organize the 1st Workhop NANO Greece - Turkey, taking place on 1 Oct. 2018 at SUNUM Nanotechnology Centre, Istanbul, Turkey. A pre-meeting will take place on 28 Sep. 2018 at Marmara Hotel, Istanbul.

Some of the Workshop's topics that will be discussed include:

  • Thin Films & Nanoengineering
  • Organic & Printed Electronics
  • Energy & Lighting
  • Nanomedicine
  • Agriculture/Food & Environment

Organizers

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Workshop's Poster

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