The 8th Workshop "Boosting the Organic & Printed Electronics Industry in Greece" took place at Thessaloniki, Greece at May 30th 2016 with the participation of several representatives from Academia, Industry and representatives from regional and national goverment. The Workshop started with the inauguration of the newly founded Center of Organic and Printed Electronics - Hellas (COPE-H), which is an initiative of Nanotechnology Lab LTFN of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece.

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LTFN and Nano|Net will participate at Industrial Technologies 2016, at June 22-24 2016 in Amsterdam Netherlands. Visit us at our booth No 7. You can find out more here.

LTFN and Nano|Net will participate at EUPVSEC 2016 Conference and InterSolar Exhibition. The Events will take place at June 20-24 2016, in Munich Germany. You can find us at Booth No. A2/216. You can find out more at EUPVSEC and InterSolar webpages.

The 8th Workshop - "Boosting the Organic and Printed Electronics Industry in Greece", performed with great success on Monday 30th of May. During the Workshop, scientists, engineers, industrial partners, final users, enterpreneurials, VCs and representatives from national authorities had the chance to network and discuss the latest advances on the field of Organic and Printed Electronics. During the same day, the Inauguration of the "Center of Organic and Printed Electronics in Greece" - COPE-H, performed in which eminent persons from Greek Authorities participated (Ms Maria Kollia Tsaroucha - Deputy Minister of the Interior for Makedonia and Thrace, Mr Vasileios Vairamidis - Brigader & Representative of the political and military leadership, Mr Theodanis Papas - Deputy Head of Entrepreneurship, Competitiveness and Enviroment and Mr Theodoros Papadopoulos - Mayor of Thermi city). During the Workshop, Mr Marcos Bolaris - Deputy Minister of Agriculture in Greece, was informed about all the actions of COPE-H and HOPE-A. Finally, the Signature of the Cooperation Agreement (MoU) between HOPE-A and the Japanese Organization JAPEC was announced. Below you can see some of the event's highlights!

  

  

  

The Event will take place on May 30 2016, 09.00 am at Hyatt Regency Thessaloniki Hotel. This exciting event will also include the Inauguration of the Center for Organic & Printed Electronics - Hellas (COPE-H).

The Workshop targets to form the Strategy and Policy to boost the Organic & Printed Electronics Industry in Greece and beyond, with the participation of scientists, engineers, industrial partners, final users, enterpreneurials, VCs and representatives from national authorities.

Some of the Topics that will be discussed are:

  • Center of Organic & Printed Electronics (COPE-H)
  • Outlook for the Greek and International OEs sector
  • Opportunities from NSRF, RIS3, SME Instrument, Fast Track
  • Funding Opportunities and Strategy for OEs Enterprises
  • Commercialization & Industrialization opportunities
  • Manufacturing and Processes of Organic & Printed Electronics
  • OPVs for Energy in Automotive, Buildings, Greenhouses, WT
  • OLEDs for Lighting, Displays and Signage
  • Applications in Smart Packaging, Smart Textiles, Wearables, IoT
  • OEs Start-ups and SME Companies in Greece
  • Clusters and Associations in OEs Wolrdwide (HOPE-A, COPT, AFELIM, OES, JAPEC)

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Below you can find the event's poster and the Workshop's preliminary agenda.

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LTFN and Nano|Net will participate at Printed Electronics Europe Conference and Exhibition at 27-28 April 2016, in Berlin, Germany. Visit us at our booth No. BOOTH i09. You can find more information here.

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LTFN and Nano|Net will participate at World Future Energy Summit 2016 at 18-21 January 2016, in Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre. Visit us at our booth No. 7353. You can find more information here.

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LTFN and Nano|Net will participate in EU PVSEC 2015 in Hamburg, Germany. Visit us at our booth F06a on September 15-17th 2015. You can find more information here.

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We are pleased to invite you to NANOTEXNOLOGY 2016, 2 - 9 July 2016, Thessaloniki, Greece
NANOTEXNOLOGY is the largest annual event in Europe and it includes the premier and Internationally established events:

  • 13th International Conference on Nanosciences & Nanotechnologies (NN16) 5-8 July
  • 9th International Symposium on Flexible Organic Electronics (ISFOE16) 4-7 July
  • 10th International Summer Schools "N&N, OE & Nanomedicine" (ISSON16) 2-9 July
  • 6th NANOTEXNOLOGY EXPO 2016, 4-8 July

You can find more information here.

In the framework of NN15 the NanoPUZZLES FP7 EU (www.nanopuzzles.eu) project consortium, together with the consortia of five other FP7 EU modelling projects (MODERN, PRE-NANO-TOX, MOD-ENP-TOX, MEMBRANENANOPART and eNanoMapper) cordially invite you to the Nanosafety Stakeholder Event during Nanotexnology 2015.

Nanosafety Stakeholder Event will solicit the perspectives of external stakeholders regarding the computational approaches developed within all participating FP7 EU projects and discuss the benefits they might offer to the stakeholders. The outcomes from this feedback and these discussions will be taken into consideration by the FP7 consortia when deciding on the final shape and form of developed tools and services.
The event will take place on July 10th, from 9.00 am till 1.30 pm. All interested entities, who would like to take part in the event or to contribute to facilitating the event are welcome to contact Mrs. Katarzyna Dembowska – the NanoPUZZLES Project Manager via e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

You can find more information here.

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Greek Nanomedicine Platform has been established to promote Nanomedicine Research and its Translation into Clinical Practice in Greece under the umbrella of Nano|Net. We would like to invite you to participate in the General Assembly of the GR Nanomed Platform that will be held at 13:00pm, Wednesday 8th of July during NANOTEXNOLOGY 2015 multi-event.

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LTFN and Nano|Net will participate at NANOTEXNOLOGY 2015 at 4-11 July 2015, in Thessaloniki, Greece. We invite you to visit us at our booth E2+E3. You can find more information regarding the event here.

EuroNanoForum2015

LTFN and Nano|Net will participate at EuroNanoForum 2015 at 10-12 June 2015, in Riga, Latvia. We invite you to visit us at our booth No. 20. You can find more information regarding the event here.

printed electronics 2015

LTFN and Nano|Net will participate at Printed Electronics 2015 - 11th Exhibition & Conference at 28-29 April 2015, in Berlin, Germany. You can visit us at our booth No F06. You can find more information here.

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