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The Digital Innovation Hub Nanotechnology Lab LTFN attended the 2nd DIHs Working Group Meeting on Access to Finance organized by the European Commission. The aim of the meeting was to discuss the access to finance for the DIHs and their business plans and the ways DIHs support SMEs towards their digital transformation.
For more information visit the European Catalogue of DIHs.

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The Workshop: Probing the effects of 3D Bioprinting Processes on Stem Cells’ Functional Properties and Integrity, will take place on Monday, Feb 12 2018, 09:30 am. It is organized with the support of COST Association (CA15214) and the kind hosting support of Nanotechnology Lab LTFN - Dept. of Physics - AUTh.


09:30 Welcome, Prof. Stergios Logothetidis (Thessaloniki), Introduction, Prof. Yannis Missirlis (Patras)
10:00 3D-Bioprinting experiences and challenges, Prof. Michael Gelinsky (Dresden)
10:30 3D-Biopronting experiences and challenges, Prof. Aylin Sendemir-Urkmez (Izmir)
11:00 Coffee/tea break
11:30 Techniques to assess cell damage, including the COMET Assay, Prof. George Miloshev (Sofia)
12:00 Utilizing FT-IR spectroscopy to assess stem cell differentiation, Prof. Mara Grube (Riga)
12:30 Self-introduction of the rest of the participants
13:00 Lunch at a near-by restaurant
14:30 – 17:30 Brainstorming on issues arising from the presentations, discussion, outline of future suggestions addressing the problem

Below you can find the workshop's poster.

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In the framework of AGROTICA2018, the Minister of Rural Development and Food Vangelis Apostolou visited the Center of Organic & Printed Electronics (COPE-H) of the Nanotechnology Lab LTFN, where he was presented to the innovations developed at COPE-H, mostly the Organic Photovoltaics, which can boost the Greek economy by being applied to Mediterranean Greenhouses, autonomous Canteens e.t.c. The Minister stated his support to the LTFN endeavor to constantly contribute to the progress of the country. Thermi’s Mayor T. Papadopoulos highlighted the significance of COPE-H for the area of Thermi, Thessaloniki.

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The CORNET Kick-Off Meeting took place on Friday 26th of January heralding the official start of this exciting project! CORNET is the H2020 Project "Multiscale modelling and characterization to optimize the manufacturing processes of Organic Electronics materials and devices" and Nanotechnology Lab LTFN will be the Coordinator of its progress and innovations!

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Nanotechnology Lab - LTFN, as a Digital Innovation Hub established in the European Catalogue of DIHs, participated in the "Digital Innovation Hubs 1st Working Group Meeting" on 22nd of January organized by DG CONNECT.

The scope of the meeting was the sharing of best practices in motivating SMEs to engage with DIHs towards their digital transformation. Collaboration among the DIHs and regional support were two of the main conclusions.

You can find more information here.

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Nanotechnology Lab LTFN will participate at Emerging Technologies 2018, on 24-26 Jan. 2018, at Shangai, China. The conference is composed of four themes: "2nd Printed and Flexible Electronics China 2018", "7th China International OLEDs Summit", "3rd China International Quantum Dots Summit", and "Vehicle Display China 2018". Visit us at our booth No. A3 at the Exhibition area and find out more about our activities!
You can find more information regarding the event here.

The Honorary Ceremony "Greece-China: Meeting of two Civilizations in Philosophy and Sciences" took place successfully on Wednesday 13th of December at the Faculty of Philosophy at AUTh.

The Dean of the Faculty of Sciences of AUTh, Prof. C. Chintiroglou, the Dean of the Faculty of Philosophy of AUTh, Prof. D. Mavroskoufis, and the Director of the Nanotechnology Lab- LTFN, Prof. S. Logothetidis organized the event, while Dr. of Political and Social Sciences Christos Kafteranis and Professor of Biomechanics & Biomedical Engineering at University of Patras, Greece, Yannis Misirlis were the two ceremony speakers.

Below you can find some photos of the event's highlights.

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On the occasion of the Greece - China 2017 Year, Year of Cultural Exchanges and cooperation of Creative Industries between the two countries, the Dean of the Faculty of Sciences of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh), Professor Chariton-Sarl Chintiroglou, the Dean of the Faculty of Philosophy of AUTh, Professor Dimitrios Mavroskoufis, and the Director of the Nanotechnology Lab- LTFN of the Physics Department of AUTh, Professor Stergios Logothetidis are inviting you to the Honorary Ceremony titled: "Greece-China: Meeting of two Civilizations in Philosophy and Sciences".

The Ceremony will take place on Wednesday the 13th of December at 16:00 at the Ceremony Hall in the Old Building of the Faculty of Philosophy at AUTh.

One of the Ceremony speakers will be Dr. of Political and Social Sciences Christos Kafteranis, author of the book "Li Ki", which is the translation in Greek of the ritual and rites of the society and state in Ancient China, who is going to present the philosophical and political thinking in Ancient China and the parallel routes of 10 eminent philosophers of Ancient Greece and Ancient China, also the main theme of his new book.

From the perspective of Sciences, Professor of Biomechanics & Biomedical Engineering at University of Patras, Greece, Yannis Misirlis, who holds a yearlong collaboration with Professor Jiang Chang from the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shanghai, will reveal the significance of Biomedical Technology and Medical Practices in Ancient Greece and Ancient China which developed almost at the same time.

The Ceremony is under the auspices of the Hellenic Ministry of Education, Research and Religious Affairs.

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Prof. Stergios Logothetidis was invited to present the success story of EU FP7 Smartonics Project at the 1st European Pilot Production, Network Workshop (EPPN). Nanotechnology Lab-LTFN was the Coordinator of Smartonics -one of the 3 best pilot lines in Europe – which has gained sustainability after its completion and is being cited for its impact and outreach.

Smartonics was awarded by the EU as the 1st Runner-Up at the Best Project Competition during EuroNanoForum 2017.

You can find more info on Smartonics EU Award here.
For more info on Smartonics visit the project’s website

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LTFN was present at ICT Proposers Day, which took place on 9 and 10 November in Budapest, Hungary. Dr. Argiris Laskarakis presented the expertise of the Nanotechnology Lab LTFN during the Electronic Smart Systems and Flexible & Wearable Electronics Session.

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The Research Committee (Special Account for Research Funds) of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, in the framework of the project “Smart in-line metrology and control for boosting the yield and quality of high-volume manufacturing of Organic Electronics (SmartLine)” funded under the Horizon 2020 Call FOF-08-2017 of European Commission, with Academic Head, Prof. Stergios Logothetidis, Professor of Physics, invites candidates to submit applications for three (3) positions (through the award of a work contract), until 31/08/2020 (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 83.000,00 € (VAT and taxes included). 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 (english)
Call for expression of interest (greek)
Application form (english)
Application form (greek)

Dimokratiki Symparataxi MP Giannis Maniatis visited the Center of Organic and Printed Electronics (COPE-H). During the day, visitors were informed on the innovative research and manufacturing taking place at the Center.

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Nanotechnology Lab LTFN participates at 12th annual event of ETPN 2017, 17-19 Oct. 2017 at Malaga, Spain.

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