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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.

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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


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Workshop's Poster

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The Digital Innovation Hub - Nanotechnology Lab LTFN is at the 83rd TIF Helexpo! Visit our Stand at the "Digital Greece" Theme Park - Pavilion 12!

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NANOTEXNOLOGY 2018 concluded successfully on the 7th of July 2018, after an exciting week of innovative scientific, technological, business and networking parallel events. Nanotechnology Lab LTFN, together with the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Nano|Net Research and Innovation Network, HOPE-A and the Horizon 2020 Projects Smartonics, Smartline and CORNET co-organized this year’s multi-event.
The ISSON18 Summer Schools kicked off this year’s NANOTEXNOLOGY on Saturday 30th of June. ISSON18 comprised fascinating lectures and demonstration of state-of-the-art techniques on Nanosciences & Nanotechnologies, Organic Electronics and Nanomedicine gathering more than 110 students from 28 different countries and 24 internationally acknowledged experts!

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Coming next, ISFOE18, the International Symposium on Flexible Organic Electronics started on Monday 2nd of July consisting of more than 150 presentations from 35 different countries, to be followed by NN18, the International Conference on Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies, which began on Tuesday 3rd of July encompassing 380 presentations from 50 different countries. During the same day, the I3D18 - Workshop on 3D Printing, 3D Bioprinting, Digital and Additive Manufacturing commenced and was a new addition to NANOTEXNOLOGY multi-events, gathering 150 presentations from 25 countries. 

During the fourth day of NANOTEXNOLOGY, inspiring Plenary talks were delivered by three world-class experts, Prof. T. Anthopoulos from KAUST Saudi Arabia, Prof. M. Stevens from Imperial College London UK, and Dr. A. Tomar from Jaguar Land Rover UK. The Plenary Session attendants were informed about cutting-edge updates on Plastic Nanoelectronics for the Internet of Things, Bio-responsive Hybrid Materials for Regenerative Medicine & Biosensing, and Applications of Printable and Organic Electronics in Automotive!

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This year 6 new parallel Special Workshops enriched NANOTEXNOLOGY’s programme with more than 150 presentations. On Monday 2nd of July, the HOPE-A & IAPE (Industrial Alliance of Printed Electronics of China) Joint Workshop took place, bringing forward the cooperation between the two Associations. The Workshop highlighted the technology and entrepreneurial activities of HOPE-A and IAPE members in Greece and China on Organic Electronics and promoted their interaction.

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In the Workshop on EU Projects on Nanotechnologies & Advanced materials for OPVs and Perovskites, Projects’ Coordinators and Participants gave an overview of the progress on the field bringing updated knowledge to Stakeholders. The New Business development & Commercialization Workshop, realized on Friday 6th of July, aimed at fostering actions on the exploitation and commercialization of scientific research and innovations and informed the audience of opportunities for funding at the European level.

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Parallel to the Conferences and the Summer Schools, EXPO18, the 8th International Exhibition on Nanotechnologies, Organic Electronics & Nanomedicine gathered more than 50 exhibitors, creating a vibrant environment of business interactions, together with the Matchmaking Event, which comprised more than 180 bilateral meetings, and the Business Forum with presentations from companies' representatives.

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The presence of representatives of the Greek Authorities and the great interest of the press are among NANOTEXNOLOGY 2018 Highlights. More specifically, Deputy Minister of Research and Innovation Prof. K. Fotakis, and Deputy Minister of Environment and Energy Mr. S. Famellos underlined the significance of the multi-event at the Plenary Session and noted that NANOTEXNOLOGY can be a means to move the country forward.
Thank you for your contribution to this exciting multi-event! We wish your participation in NANOTEXNOLOGY 2018 brought you fruitful discussions, networking and stimuli!

Nanotechnology Lab LTFN successfully organized and participated in NANOTEXNOLOGY 2018 on 30 June - 7 July 2018, in Thessaloniki, Greece. Thank you for your contribution to this exciting event and for visiting our booth E2/E3! We wish your participation in NANOTEXNOLOGY 2018 brought you fruitful discussions, networking and stimuli.
Visit to find out more photos and highlights of the multi-event.

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Pictures: a. Prof. S Logothetidis with Deputy Minister of Research & Innovation Prof. K. Fotakis b. Plenary Session (Prof. M. Stevens, Dr. A. Tomar, Prof. T. Anthopoulos, Deputy Minister of Research & Innovation Prof. K. Fotakis, Deputy Minister of Energy & Environment Mr. S. Famellos, AUTh Rector P. Mitkas)

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Pictures: c. Plenary Session d. Deputy Minister of Environment & Energy Mr. S. Famellos

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Pictures: e. Plenary Speaker Prof. T. Anthopoulos on Plastic Nanoelectronics for the Internet of Things f. Plenary Speaker Dr. A. Tomar on Applications of Printable and organic electronics in Automotive

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Picture: g. Plenary Speaker Prof. M. Stevens on Bio-responsive Hybrid Materials for Regenerative Medicine and Biosensing

The HOPE-A – IAPE (Innovation Alliance of Printed Electronics of China) Joint Workshop on Organic Electronics took place on 2nd of July during ISFOE at NANOTEXNOLOGY 2018 and was a success!

HOPE-A and IAPE members presented the current state of technology and their entrepreneurial activities in Greece and China and discussed on upcoming knowledge exchange and collaborations.



Pictures: a. HOPE-A President Prof. S. Logothetidis and IAPE Vice Secretary Prof. L. Luhai, b. IAPE Vice Secretary Prof. L. Luhai, c. Prof. Z. Cui from Suzhou NanoGrid Technology, d. Dr. L. Tourasanidis from A.Hatzopoulos S.A., e. OET Organic Electronic Technologies CEO Mr. V. Matskos

Nanotechnology Lab LTFN coordinated the 6 Month Consortium Meeting of CORNET, where the Specifications of materials, device architectures, manufacturing processes, characterization and modelling parameters were finalized, and the first version of the OIE Database and the OIE Platform were established. The meeting took place on 29-30 June 2018 at Thessaloniki, Greece.

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Nanotechnology Lab LTFN organizes and participates at the NANOTEXNOLOGY 2018 multi-event - June 30- July 7 2018 in Thessaloniki, Greece . Visit us at our booth E2+E3. You can find out more here.

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Prof. Stergios Logothetidis together with OET - Organic Electronic Technologies at the Ltfn - Nanotechnology Lab Booth in Intersolar Europe Exhibition 2018.

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Ass. Prof. Maria Gioti presenting at the 2018 E-MRS - European Materials Research Society Spring Meeting. Chair: Dr. Argiris Laskarakis

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Tryfon Kaimakamis from Ltfn - Nanotechnology Lab received the E-MRS - European Materials Research Society Graduate Student Award for his Paper "Solution processed large-area flexible OFETs using slot die printed organic dielectric films"!

Nanotechnology Lab LTFN visited A. Hatzopoulos S.A. facilities, where we were introduced in the philosophy of A. Hatzopoulos S.A. work practices, and fruitful discussions followed on upcoming joint ventures.

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