Nano|Net Research and Innovation Network together with the Nanotechnology Lab LTFN, the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, HOPE-A and the Horizon 2020 Projects Smartonics, Smartline and CORNET co-organized successfully the multi-event NANOTEXNOLOGY 2018.

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 and for visiting our Booth at C5! We wish your participation in NANOTEXNOLOGY 2018 brought you fruitful discussions, networking and stimuli!

Nano|Net together with the Nanotechnology Lab LTFN will participate at Intersolar Europe Exhibition 2018 - part of Smarter-E Europe - June 20- 22 2018 in Munich, Germany . Visit us at our booth C2-430. You can find out more here.

Hurry up! There is still time left for you to submit your abstract(s) and participate to this year's NANOTEXNOLOGY, which have already confirmed more than 150 distinguished Invited Speakers!. Extended Abstract Deadline till April 16th! Find more information regarding abstract submission process here.

Nano|Net together with Nanotechnology Lab LTFN will participate at Printed Electronics Europe, 11-12 April 2018. The event will take place at Berlin, Germany (Estrel Convention Center). We are looking forward for your visit at our booth 011. More information here.

This Workshop focuses on the cutting edge advances on 3D Printing, 3D Bioprinting, Digital and Additive Manufacturing approaches for Flexible Organic and Printed Electronics, Healthcare, Wearables, Automotive, etc. and for the fabrication of novel nanomaterials in advanced device architectures. As the world of 3D Printing is evolving, electronics are becoming a new key player. Functional elements such as sensors, biosensors and switches are now being integrated into 3D printed products, paving the way for exciting new markets, applications and opportunities. 3D Printing also encompasses a variety of different manufacturing processes. The processes are all primarily additive, with materials being deposited only where needed, as opposed to traditional substractive processes, like machining. This results in significantly less materials' wastage, which keeps costs and environmental impact down. Also, this workshop connects the Manufacturing with In-Line and Real-Time Monitoring Process and Control approaches to enable low-cost and high-volume manufacturing of Organic Electronic Devices.

More information here.

Nano|Net and 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.

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

The SmartLine Project Press Conference, successfully took place at the Center of Organic & Printed Electronics in Thessaloniki on 3rd October 2017. Prof. S. Logothetidis, Director of Nanotechnology Lab LTFN, Dr. A. Laskarakis, Head of the Organic Electronics Group of Nanotechnology Lab LTFN, and Mr. V. Matskos, CEO of Organic Electronic Technologies provided the journalists with an overview and answers on the EU funded Project, which started in September 2017 and is about to optimize the manufacturing of Organic Electronics and shape the Digitization of Industry.

  

  

You can view the press release (in greek) here.

Below you can find some of the press clippings about the Smartline press conference.

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Nano|Net together with Nanotechnology Lab LTFN and OE-Technologies P.C. participates at Graphene Week Athens 2017 25-29 Sept. 2017. Moreover Nanotechnology Lab LTFN is participating with a Poster presentation: "Graphene Layers: Production, Characterization, Integration & Devices (EU FP7 Project GLADIATOR)"; the overview results of the GLADIATOR Project which finished successfully in April 2017.

 

On the 15th of September, the Kick-off meeting of SmartLine Project took place. SmartLine is funded by the EU Horizon2020​ research and innovation programme and will be coordinated by the Nanotechnology Lab LTFN. The Project's mission is to create intelligent and zero-defect manufacturing processes of Organic Electronic devices by developing robust and non-destructive in-line metrology tools and a process control platform. For more info visit SmartLine's website www.smartline-project.eu.

NANOTEXNOLOGY 2017 concluded successfully on the 8th of July 2017, after an exciting week full of important technological, business and networking parallel events. LTFN Nanotechnology Lab, together with Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Nano|Net Research and Innovation Network and HOPE-A, co-organized this year’s events.
The ISSON17 Summer Schools opened this year’s NANOTEXNOLOGY on Saturday 1st of July. ISSON17 comprised of fascinating lectures on Nanotechnologies, Organic Electronics and Nanomedicine gathering more than 105 students from 26 different countries and 25 internationally acknowledged experts!

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Coming next, ISFOE17 Symposium on Flexible Organic Electronics started on Monday 3rd of July with more than 161 presentations from 33 different countries, to be followed by NN17 Conference on Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies which started on Tuesday 4th of July encompassing 400 presentations from 49 different countries. During the fourth day of NANOTEXNOLOGY exciting plenary talks were delivered by three world-class scientists (Prof. S. Marder, Prof. H. Snaith and Prof. J. Seiradakis), where the attendants had the opportunity to be informed about all the cutting-edge updates on the fields of Nanotechnologies and Organic Electronics and watch an interesting lecture about the Antikythera Mechanism!

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This year 7 New Parallel Workshops and Events enriched NANOTEXNOLOGY’s program with more than 100 presentations from 20 countries. Starting on Monday July 3rd during ISFOE, the HOPE-A & JAPEC Joint Workshop took place, highlighting the cooperation between Greece and Japan in the fields of Technology, Innovation and Business in the era of Organic Electronics. The Workshop included presentations explaining the technology and entrepreneurial activities of HOPE-A and JAPEC partners. During the first day of NN conference, the Photonic Integrated Circuits Workshop took place, where the participants had the chance to give an overview of the Photonic Integrated Circuits (PIC) technology, bringing together the PIC value chain of Europe’s key players in the field. Two new shared workshops took place on July 6th and 7th during the ISFOE symposium and NN conference; the New Business development and Commercialization workshop aiming at fostering actions on the exploitation and commercialization of scientific research and innovations on nanotechnology related fields and the Workshop on Renewable Energy and Storage with topics like next gen. PVs, Fuel Cells and Hydrogen generation, Smart Cities, Energy autonomy in Agriculture etc. Both Workshops gathered an exciting list of speakers and many representatives of the authorities between the audience like the Greek Alternate Minister of Environment and Energy, Mr. Socrates Famellos. During the last day of NN conference, Friday July 7th, three more workshops took place. The NANO-GR and EU-USA Workshops, developed in two continuous sessions in the NN program, with presentations of active and past Greek and EU funded projects in the first part and discussion of the current activities in nanomanufacturing and factory of the future between USA and EU academics, researchers and entrepreneurs during the second part. Finally a Workshop to honor Prof. Y. Missirlis brought the last day of the conference to an end with many speakers giving talks to pay tribute to Prof. Missirlis for his continuous multifaceted support of these conferences during all this years.

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Along with the Conferences and Summer Schools, EXPO17 the exhibition on Nanotechnologies, Organic Electronics and Nanomedicine gathered more than 50 exhibitors from different countries, together with a Matchmaking Event with more than 180 bilateral meetings and Business Forum with presentations from companies' representatives, where only some of the highlights of this year’s NANOTEXNOLOGY.

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Nano|Net, together with LTFN Nanotechnology Lab successfully organized and participated at NANOTEXNOLOGY 2017 on July 1-8 2017. We would like to thank you once more for your contribution to this exciting event and for visiting our booth C6. We hope that you enjoyed your participation in NANOTEXNOLOGY 2017 and that you had fruitful discussions and networking. Below you can find some photos of the event. Visit nanotexnology.com to find out more.

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Nano|Net will participate at NANOTEXNOLOGY 2017, during July 1-8 2017 in Thessaloniki, Greece . Visit us at our booth C7. You can find out more here.

Nano|Net together with Nanotechnology Lab LTFN, OET and BL-Nanobiomed will participate at EuroNanoFoum 2017, during June 21-23 2017 in Valletta, Malta . Visit us at our booth stand 57. You can find out more here.

Nano|Net together with Nanotechnology Lab LTFN and Organic Electronics Technologies will participate at Intersolar Europe Exhibition, during May 31 - June 2 2017 in Munich, Germany . Visit us at our booth No A2.135. You can find out more here.

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