Lab for Thin Films - Nanobiomaterials - Nanosystems - Nanometrology


Gladiator seeks to improve the quality and size of CVD graphene sheets, and to reduce their production costs.
The GLADIATOR (Graphene Layers: Production, Characterisation and Integration) research consortium - funded in part by the European Commission - began on 1st November 2013 and will run for three and a half years (42 months).
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The GLADIATOR project (FP7 grant agreement number 604000) began on 1st November 2013 and will finish in April 2017 after 42 months. GLADIATOR seeks to improve the quality and size of CVD graphene sheets, and to reduce their production costs, in order to make the use of graphene more attractive e.g. in applications such as transparent electrodes for large area organic electronics.

GR-Light Project project (SYNERGASIA 2011) kickoff meeting took place on 1st November 2013 at AuTh.
The main idea of GR-Light is to develop the r2r manufacturing technology and the flexible OLED devices for the production of sustainable & eco-friendly lighting systems. To attain the r2r compatibility and lifetime extension all the materials and device structures will be suitable for printing and will be encapsulated with high barrier materials to protect them from atmospheric gasses.

The signing of the Cooperation Agreement, took place during ROleMak's 6th Worskhop (30 Oct. 2013) at Electra Palace, Thessaloniki. Prof. S. Logothetidis and Dr. D. Gronarz signed the agreement. Below you can find some photos.


On Thursday 31 October 2013, Mr. George Volonakis will defend his PhD thesis with the subject "Theoretical study of organic semiconductors, interaction with inorganic material for the formation of heterostructures and properties." and Prof. S. Logothetidis as a supervisor.

5 - 12 July 2014, Thessaloniki, Greece
including the following well-established events:

11th International Conference on Nanosciences & Nanotechnologies
7th International Symposium on Flexible Organic Electronics
8th International Summer Schools on N&N, Organic Electronics & Nanomedicine
4th International Exhibition on Nanotechnologies & Organic Electronics

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Aristotle University and AIXTRON Collaborate in SMARTONICS Project
AIXTRON SE today announced that the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and AIXTRON will closely cooperate in the European SMARTONICS project started in January 2013. The project's main focus is to propel market penetration of organic electronics.
Download the Press Release from here.

Wednesday 27 February 2013
Aristotle University Research Dissemination Center (KEDEA), Thessaloniki

Celebration of LTFN's 22 years of activity with an event entitled "The Lab of LTFN in 2020". The event took place in Aristotle University Research Dissemination Center (KEDEA), on Wednesday 27th of February 2013 on 10.00 am. Below you can see the poster and the agenda of the event.


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On Monday 13 May 2013, Mr. Panagiotis G. Karagiannidis will defend his PhD thesis with the subject "Development and Study of thin films and fabrication of organic photovoltaic devices." and Prof. S. Logothetidis as a supervisor.
Download the announcement in greek here.

30 June - 7 July 2012, Thessaloniki, Greece
including the following well-established events:

9th International Conference on Nanosciences & Nanotechnologies
5th International Symposium on Flexible Organic Electronics
6th International Summer Schools on N&N: Organic Electronics & Nanomedicine
2nd International Exhibition on Nanotechnologies & Organic Electronics

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