EXPO DATES

1-5 July 2019

BUSINESS FORUM DATES

2-4 July 2019

MATCHMAKING EVENT

3 July 2019

EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT

Valid until January 31st, 2019

Exhibitors 2016

Lab for Thin Films - Nanobiomaterials - Nanosystems & Nanometrology (LTFN)

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The Laboratory for Thin Films - Nanobiomaterials - Nanosystems & Nanometrology (LTFN) is established at the Physics Department of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh). It has an experience of 25 years in Thin films Technology, Fabrication of nanostructured materials & nanoparticles, developing/deploying in-situ & real-time monitoring techniques, modeling and Nanometrology. LTFN programs strive to interact with Academia, Research Institutes and Organizations and Industry and to transfer its technology to scientific and industrial users and developers and provide excellently educated graduates and research associates to society..

The main research activities of the LTFN are focused on the following topics:

  • Thin Films & Nanomaterials Technology
  • Organic Electronics & Plasmonics
  • Nanobiotechnology & Nanomedicine
  • Optical Technology & Nanometrology
  • Characterization, Plasma Treatment & Engineering
  • Computational Modeling at Nanoscale

Visit www.ltfn.gr to find out more!

Booth E2+E3

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH)

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The Aristotle University of Thessaloniki is the largest university in Greece. The University Campus covers some 23 hectares: total: 470,635 m2 , main campus: 386,281 m2 close to the centre of Thessaloniki. It comprises 10 Faculties organized into 40 Schools and 1 single-school Faculty.

More than 74,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students study at the Aristotle University, 65,000 in undergraduate programmes and 4,764 in postgraduate programmes, 4,140 PhD and 3,877 international students.

Visit www.auth.gr to find out more!

Booth E1

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Research Committee

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh) through its Research Committee participates in NANOTEXNOLOGY Expo 2016 with nine laboratories that are active in nanomaterials, nanobiotechnology, nanomedicine, nanochemicals, inks and nanoparticles, nanoConstruction & buildings:

  • X-ray, FTIR Spectroscopy and Thermal Analysis Laboratory, School of Physics
  • Surface Analysis Laboratory, School of Physics
  • Department of Pharmaceutical Technology, Faculty of Pharmacy
  • Wireless and Photonics Systems and Networks Research Group (Win.Phos)
  • Laboratory of Building Materials, School of Civil Engineering
  • Laboratory for Thin Films Nanosystems and Nanometrology, School of Physics
  • Radiochemical laboratory, Department of Chemistr
  • Laboratory of Inorganic Chemistry, Department of Chemistry
  • Laboratory for Biomedical Engineering, School of Chemical Engineering

During the last 12 years, more than 9.500 research projects have been implemented in AUTh, whereas about 115 are related with Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies.
The Research Committee of AUTh is the legal body responsible for the administration of funded projects and other related services which are provided by the members of AUTh. The Research Committee has an extensive experience in the management of research projects funded by national, european and international public and private organizations.

Visit www.rc.auth.gr to find out more!

Booth E1

Advanced Polymers and Hybrid Nanomaterials Research Lab, Chemistry Dept., University of Patras (AP/HN-RL)

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The Advanced Polymers Hybrid Nanomaterials Research Laboratory focuses on the design and development of novel polymeric and hybrid materials for advanced applications in energy, health and environmental sectors. More specifically, we have long experience in the Synthesis and Characterization of complex Polymeric and Hybrid Materials for various applications e.g. organic photovoltaics and fuel cells, antifouling or biocidal polymers, responsive polymers and sensors.

Visit www.aphnrl.chem.upatras.gr to find out more!

Booth A4

Artia NanoEngineering & Consulting

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Artia Nano Engineering & Consulting is a research, commercialization and consulting company focused on solving problems at the molecular level using nanotechnology. Artia's team consists of PhD level scientists and engineers works with companies, research institutes and organizations and universities across Europe to solve technical impasses and create innovations that establish a competitive advantage.

Artia's objective is to create value for shareholders by generating significant, predictable and repeatable revenue through licensing of the created intellectual property. ARTIA orientates its efforts towards two main directions each of which has substantial potential.

The first one is based on nanomaterials, nanocoatings, nanoelectronics, nanosensors, characterization methods of nanostructures etc. while the second direction has a consulting role in nanotechnology issues, European and transnational funding and managerial services. ARTIA is in a daily basis looking for opportunities that will boost its business development, thus it is seeking to Joint Development Projects with high tech companies, nanomaterials based developers and other prospects requiring low cost/high impact technological solutions.

Visit www.artianano.gr to find out more!

Booth D5

Automatic Research GmbH

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Automatic Research was founded 2015 as a start-up of the Bavarian Center for Applied Energy Research (ZAE Bayern e.V.) and the Institute of Materials for Electronics and Energy Technology (iMEET) chair of the Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg. Automatic Research provides innovative turn-key measurement and printing equipment for printed electronics.

Visit www.automatic-research.de to find out more!

Booth B1

Bavarian Research Alliance

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Bavarian Research Alliance GmbH (BayFOR, www.bayfor.org) is a non-profit association promoting Bavarian stakeholders within the European Research Area. BayFOR is financed by the Bavarian state government. It supports scientists and stakeholders from the private sector on European research funds, mainly the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation "Horizon 2020". As a partner organisation in the EU-funded Enterprise Europe Network BayFOR supports SMEs, Research Institutions and universities for applying EU research projects, with our main activities:

  • We have adequate resources and expertise to support efforts competing for research funding
  • We provide a sound knowledge of regional, national and European research funding
  • We identify project partners in your area of science and business
  • We support you from project initiation to completion
  • We assist you in project management issues.

For information about supported EU-projects (FP7 funded) visit our booth: SusFuelCat,OrgBio, Osniro...
Within SusFuelCat BayFOR is Management and Dissemination partner and in the FP7 funded ITN projects OrgBio, Osniro BayFor is Trainee partner.

SusFuelCat aims to boost Europe’s expertise on catalysts for sustainable fuel production, especially hydrogen, by the process of Aqueous Phase Reforming (APR). Here, SusFuelCat aims to gain fundamental material structure-property relationships for the catalyst using model supports and metal nanoparticles. A strategy will be developed to optimize APR catalysts based on this fundamental understanding and being closely related to market prices of materials and dependency on imports from outside of Europe. Hydrothermal stability will be addressed by carbon supports and studied in long-term tests. The two primary objectives of SusFuelCat are:
a) To unleash the potential of carbon supported catalysts in establishing APR as an energy efficient process to convert different biomass based streams to sustainable fuels and to decrease time to market for commercial APR catalysts.
b) To generate data allowing the design and scale up of the APR process towards a further demonstration level. The final target is to show the technical and economic viability of the overall process, from synthesis to efficiency and durability of the nano-catalytic system.
It is expected that SusFuelCat will establish understanding of fundamental structure-property relationships in order to allow for leveraging the potential of carbon based catalysts in APR.
OSNIRO is developing new organic materials that absorb and emit light in the near infrared (NIR) range.
OrgBIO intends to develop new simple, small and portable sensors with high sensitivity based on organic materials, which can perform fast but reliable diagnostic procedures.

Visit www.bayfor.org to find out more!

Booth D2

BL-Nanobiomed

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BL Nanobiomed P.C. is a high tech company that applies nanomedicine technologies and strategies to deal with unmet medical needs.

BL Nanobiomed focuses on the development of novel nanotechnologies, manufacturing processes for the development of innovative drug eluting nano-systems, nanoparticles and nanoplatforms to advance the performance of implants, the implementation of nanoscale techniques for their thorough characterization and validation, the technology licensing and technology transfer.

Visit www.bl-nanobiomed.com to find out more!

Booth C16

CETRI

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The Centre for Technology Research & Innovation (CETRI) is a private Research & Innovation SME that currently ranks among the first 3 in EU Research participation in Cyprus. Its mission is to optimally address both European & global market challenges through cutting-edge Research & Innovation activities, beyond state-of-the-art tech solutions and advice, having real impact on society.

CETRI began operations in Cyprus in the last decade, aiming to host a truly high tech multi-disciplinary group. Until 2011, its founding partners had attracted more than 45 Million euros of funding for their institutions, participating as coordinators or partners in more than 75 EC & regionally funded projects. The last two years CETRI has presence in London and Athens (with facilities).

CETRI Ltd, has been participating in several projects as a subcontractor or consulting organisation and more recently in 6 EC projects under FP7 as partner. It is quite active both to instruct and help build Horizon2020 proposal and participate in a smaller number of them. Currently CETRI participates in 10 H2020 actions, having helped to build tens of proposals and celebrating success in more than a dozen: in the fields of Factories of the Future (FoF), ICT, Nanotechnology, Materials (NMBP), Energy Efficiency (EE), Health (PHC), Security and Environment. CETRI has unique expertise to offer on Innovation Management in H2020. As such, leads the efforts in 4 large H2020 projects (more than 5-7 Million each); also giving its services to several others on private contracts.

Visit www.cetri.net to find out more!

Booth D5

Controla S.A. Advanced Technology Equipment

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CONTROLA S.A. was established in 1981 in Thessaloniki. Company's main target was to manufacture cabinets and special rooms with controlled environment and besides to supply advanced technology equipment, laboratory equipment, chemicals, reagents etc. After a very successful period in Northern Greece was decided to cover also Southern Greece establishing the first subsidiary in Athens in April 1987.The same year the company expands its business outside off Greek territory by creating a company in Germany.

Visit www.controla.gr to find out more!

Booth C8

CSEM

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CSEM SA is a private Swiss RTO which delivers advanced technologies and R&D services to industry. The technology platforms include MEMs, Systems, Ultra Low Power IC, PV and Surface Engineering. CSEM offers project-based contract research, customer oriented experienced teams, high level of confidentiality and pragmatic IP conditions. The printable electronic and PV capabilities include clean room laboratories (over 400m2, class <10K). The versatile facilities enables a range of projects from first-in-kind realizations to process prototyping for industrial transfers, including screen printing, gravure, ink-jet and slot-die coating systems dedicated to printable electronics, glove box tools for OLED/OPV/OTFT fabrication, micro and nano structuration, thin film organic and inorganic layer deposition as well as dedicated measurement methods for packaging and mechanical properties.

In nanosurface engineering we provide lab-scale solutions and demonstrate their applicability, but also invest in upscaling technologies that allow the economically viable production of nanoscale functional surfaces. The methods we offer include self-assembly based nanostructuring, replication techniques (hot embossing, UV-casting and injection molding), thin film coatings (sol-gel, molecular vapor deposition and polymer grating) as well as classical clean-room micro-/nano-fabrication techniques. This complete chain of modeling, prototyping and upscaling allow us to optimize any components's surfaces properties for the widest range of applications (security, optics, sensors and diagnostics, photovoltaics and cell biology).

Visit www.csem.ch to find out more!

Booth C13

FORTH IESL

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The Institute of Electronic Structure and Laser of the Foundation for Research and Technology-Hellas (IESL-FORTH) was founded in 1983. It has since established its international presence in the areas of Laser Science, Micro/nano-electronics, Polymer Science, Materials Science and Astrophysics. Nowadays, IESL occupies a distinct position in the international scientific map in several of these fields.

IESL is primarily a Physics & Materials Institute aiming at performing high quality fundamental and applied scientific research, which is focused on two main research directions, Laser Science & Photonics and Materials & Devices Science & Technology whereas there is an important adjunct activity in Astrophysics (IESL operates the Skinakas Observatory).

Visit www.iesl.forth.gr to find out more!

Booth A3

HOPE-A

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HOPE-A is the Hellenic Organic and Printed Electronics Association. HOPE-A organizes and co-ordinates the activities of industrial and research institutions in Greece in the field of Organic & Printed Electronics and strenghten their goals.

The scopes of the HOPE-A are:

  • Create a network of companies working in the organic and printed electronics applications
  • Develop strong links between R&D, technology and manufacturing
  • Generate new technologies, applications, roadmap and reports
  • Support members to new markets and trade-shows
  • Strengthen contacts with public authorities
  • Distribute information from the markets
  • Enhance the attraction of funding and investments for the members
  • Represent and increase lobbying
  • Strengthen the collaboration with organic and printed electronics global organizations and companies
  • Organization of Exhibitions, Workshops, Seminars and training activities

Visit www.hope-a.com to find out more!

Booth C7

InterActive S.A.

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InterActive S.A. is distributor of scientific instruments & advanced materials.

It specializes in the promotion of quality control lab equipment for the industrial laboratories, chemistry & physics universities, technological institutes and research centers.

It supplies high quality scientific instruments such as FT-IR, NIR & RAMAN SPECTROMETERS, MICROSCOPES & IMAGING SYSTEMS of BRUKER, Portable XRF spectrometers for elemental analysis & positive material identification in alloys of NITON, High vacuum pumps and systems of EDWARDS.

Visit www.interactive.com.gr to find out more!

Booth B2

International Technology Corporation I.T.C.

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International Technology Corporation was established 1977 by Mr Simaion Argyropoulos, who was active in the service of scientific instruments since 1973 for research and development film. Since 1977 I.T.C. provides in the territory of Greece and Cyprus later scientific equipment, supplies, software and also design, installation, training and service in vacuum systems, surfaces analysis systems, vacuum measuring systems, leak detection systems, Mask aligners, Probers, Spin coaters and Hot plates. We also supply vacuum evaporation coaters, RTP-CVD systems, sputtering systems, mass spectrometers, wafers, spin on dopands, sputtering targets, pure metals and polymers, analytical and toploading balances.

Over 35 years we represent in Greece and Cyprus companies like Varian ( now Agilent Technologies) SUSS Microtech , AnnealSYS, Mantis Deposition Systems, V.G., Kemstream, Tristan technologies, Silvaco and more. Our customers are usually Universities, Research Institutes, public utilities, armed forces, industry, Hospitals etc. Recently the management of the company was transfer to Mr Leonidas Pennos who continues the good tradition of the company.

Visit www.itc.com.gr to find out more!

Booth C6

Laborscience S.A.

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LaborScience S.A. was established in July 2003 in Athens by Panos Ekonomou and Spyros Xagoraris. Mr. Ekonomou has over 14 years of experience in Laboratory Equipment sales and marketing in Greece and Mr. Xagoraris has over 25 years of experience in Optical Microscopy sales and servicing in Germany and Greece.The primary mission of LaborScience S.A. is to supply the complete instrumentation and application customer solution, quality and reliable research equipment to the Universities, Private and Public Institutes, GovernmentalInstitutions and in the Industry, both in the Life Science, Biotechnology, Biomedical Market and in Material Science Applications, and to provide prompt technical support service for the equipment supplied.

The future plans of LaborScience S.A. is to become a brand name, to acquire it's market share in all the fields of activities and to expand in new fields of scientific and laboratory instrumentation. The foundation of an independent research laboratory for demonstration and working with the instruments which will be able to provide complete application solutions for the customer, is regarded a must.

Visit www.laborscience.gr to find out more!

Booth C11

LEITAT

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LEITAT is a Technological Center, member of TECNIO and recognized by the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness, that aims to collaborate with companies and institutions by adding technological value both to products and processes, and focuses its activity on research, development and industrial innovation (R+D+2i).

As Technological Partner, the Center is clearly committed to adaptation to transform the technological challenges into economic and social value. Since its foundation in 1906, LEITAT has prioritized its vocation of proximity by strengthening the principles of professionalism and respect to people and environment at the same time.

Visit www.leitat.org to find out more!

Booth A2

M. Braun Inertgas-Systems

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M.Braun Inertgas-Systeme GmbH – Turning Ideas into Solutions!

From Lab to Fab – this policy is the guideline for M.Braun to manufacture OLED equipment solutions for displays, lighting, OPVs and printed circuit boards. As a completely new application in its product portfolio M.Braun offers dedicated equipment solutions for Perovskites.

With more than 20 years of experience in the OLED industry M.Braun is your partner for inertgas technology, particle removal down to cleanroom class ISO 1, coating in vacuum or wet coating of polymer based materials in ambient conditions, thermal processing as well as substrate cleaning and pre-treatment.

From basic research tools up to fully-integrated and automated manufacturing lines M.Braun has the expertise to turn your ideas into solutions.

Visit www.mbraun.com to find out more!

Booth C5

Merck

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Merck Millipore and Sigma-Aldrich come together, as Merck, to solve the toughest problems in life science by collaborating with the global scientific community. The life science business of Merck has a global network spanning more than 60 countries, approximately 70 manufacturing sites, 19,000 employees and over 1 million customers.

Aldrich Materials Science
Key Products: Organic and Printed Electronic Materials; Nanomaterials; Materials for Energy and Electronics; Biomaterials; Graphene
Aldrich Materials Science, now part of Merck, is the leading provider of materials for use in energy, biomedical, and electronics research. Our organic and inorganic chemicals, polymers, nanomaterials, and materials for electronics and alternative energy are used in research and manufacturing worldwide. We support innovation through development and distribution of state-of-the-art materials, scientific collaboration, custom development and manufacturing. Aldrich Materials Science is a strategic technology initiative of Sigma-Aldrich, Inc.

Visit www.sigma-aldrich.com to find out more!

Booth D1

NanoMEGAS SPRL

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NanoMEGAS was created in 2004 by a team of scientists and experts in the field of electron crystallography and catalysis. Inspired by important developments in the field and also contemporal work developed with precession electron diffraction by Vincent and Midgley in Bristol UK(1994), our team developed and was the first to commercialize in 2004 a universal precession device (« spinning star ») for TEM.

Being an important part /contribution of this scientific «success strory» (and being proud of it) around 10 years later precession diffraction / electron crystallography applications are present in almost every major electron microscopy /X-Ray crystallography scientific congress, with more than 280 publications (2004-2016) from various laboratories worldwide and dedicated issues of major scientfic microscopy journals.

Our precession diffraction related instrumentation (DigiSTAR precession unit) is actually present in more than 100 laboratories all over the world. Beam precession into the ASTAR device provides orientation and phase maps at 1-3 nm resolution (FEG-TEM) for a variety of materials (metals, semiconductors, oxides etc..) without any need of particular specimen preparation. Precession diffraction can be also very useful to obtain STRAIN maps at 2-4 nm resolution with FEG-TEM (sensitivity < 2 x 10-4) , providing extremely important information for materials scientists. Precession diffraction is also useful to enhance /optimize EELS / EDS spectra and allow to have better data. The recently developed with our Partner AppFive TOPSPIN platform allows the user to perform advanced analytical precession diffraction experiments with the TEM.

NanoMEGAS also participates as an SME Partner in the largest EU project (ESTEEM-2) on transmission electron microscopy. We are active Partners of IUCr (International Union of Crystallography/Electron Crystallography Comission). NanoMEGAS has collaborations with CNRS /INP Grenoble/France, Univ of Mainz /Germany , Univ of Barcelona /Spain , IIT Pisa /Italy , CNR Bari, Univ of Leiden -Netherands in developing new exciting electron crystallography applications.

Visit www.nanomegas.com to find out more!

Booth C12

Nanometrisis P.C.

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Nanometrisis delivers software for the characterization of nanostructrure morphology and surface topography through the analysis of their microscope images. We cover the rapidly emerging need for accurate, reliable and targeted metrological characterization of nanotechnology products. Nanometrisis is a spin-off from the Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology of NCSR Demokritos, Greece.

Innovations

  • Math methods and software solutions inspired by information science and complex systems to capture the morphological complexity of nanostructures.
  • Hybrid (Holistic) metrology algorithms combining measurements from different microscopes to get more accurate and complete characterization.
  • Smart metrology to guide user to the critical metrics needed to optimize his/her own applications and products

Comparative advantages

  • Accurate, concise and targeted characterization
  • Synchronization with industry and academia
  • Swift adjustment to industry roadmaps - e.g. ITRS.
  • Frequent updates incorporating recent research results

Nanometrology Software

Edge analysis

  • lines – nanoLER
  • circles – nanoCER

Surface analysis

  • nanoTOPO-AFM
  • nanoTOPO-SEM

 

  • Nanometrisis has been sponsored by the pre-acceleration program Ekinisi Lab of SEV – Hellenic Federation of Enterprises
  • Nanometrisis was finalist in the Hello Tomorrow competition – Paris 2015

Visit www.nanometrisis.com to find out more!

Booth C10

Nano-Net

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Nano|Net is an initiative for the promotion of communication and collaboration between research and business organizations activated in the fields of Nano-Bio-Technologies. Its' main purpose is to reinforce and promote Nanotechnologies in Greece, Europe and Worldwide, through an interscientific approach. Nano|Net started in 2003 from Nanotechnology Lab LTFN - AUTh, counting more than 400 individual members (~900 cluster members) worldwide (including University Labs, Research Institutes, Companies, Hospitals etc.)!

Visit www.nano-net.gr to find out more!

Booth C7

Nanoplasmas P.C.

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Nanoplasmas patented technology enables fast, dry, 3D topographical and chemical modification of surfaces simultaneously, avoiding other labor intensive methods.

Nanoplasmas fabricates polymer-coated glass or polymeric micro-nanotextured microarrays and microfluidics (with 3D micro-nano topography) with gaseous plasma processing so as to render them highly binding and ultra sensitive and / or superhydrophobic and antifouling.

Nanoplasmas is a spin-off from the Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology of NCSR Demokritos, Greece.

Nanoplasmas Products

  1. 3D Microarrays
  2. Functional Microfluidics (DNA purification chips, pathogen capture chips)
  3. Cell culture surfaces

Competitive advantages

  • Fast (within a couple of minutes) surface functionalization
  • Protein microarrays with a 100 fold increased sensitivity and 5fold increased intensity compared to smooth substrate microarrays
  • Microarrays or cell culture arrays or cell culture surfaces to selectively enrich by 1000x cancer cells versus normal cells without antibodies
  • Microfluidics with embedded superhydrophilic or superhydrophobic areas, such as capillary pumps, biomolecule binding (sensing) areas, or passive valves
  • Antifouling, superhydrophobic microfluidics
  • Cell antifouling surfaces for more than 72 hours.
  • Direct surface modification of the Petri dish
  • Plasma-based (dry) surface functionalization

Distinctions

2nd award in Applied Research and Innovation Greek Contest for Excellence “Kainotomeis” for “Smart nanostructured surfaces and bioanalytic labs-on-chip”

Visit www.nanoplasmas.com to find out more!

Booth C10

Nanoscribe GmbH

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Nanoscribe GmbH provides maskless lithography and additive manufacturing on the nano- and micrometer scale in one device. The underlying technique of these outstanding 3D printers, Photonic Professional GT, is based on direct laser writing into photoresists: Empowered by their unprecedented 3D nano-/micro-fabrication capabilities, the two-photon polymerization driven systems set new standards in a multitude of applications, e.g. MEMS, micro-optics, and photonics. Furthermore, Nanoscribe, market and technology leader in the field of 3D laser lithography, serves solutions as well as processes for specific applications to its scientific and industrial customers.

Visit www.nanoscribe.de to find out more!

Booth C4

Organic Electronics Technologies P.C. (OET)

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Organic Electronic Technologies P.C. (ÏÅÔ) operates in the rapidly growing field of Organic and Printed Electronics (OEs). OET holds many years of experience in organic and inorganic materials and thin film technologies as a spin-out of the Lab for Thin Films-Nanosystems & Nanometrology (LTFN) of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.

OET focuses on the development of Process Technologies (Roll-to-Roll, Vacuum deposition, Laser systems) and In-line Monitoring & Quality Control tools for the manufacturing of OEs. OET's expertise includes the design, development, optimization, and quality control of materials and processes for the production of Flexible Organic Photovoltaics (OPVs) and other OE devices such as Bioelectronics. OET owns IPs on the tools for the in-situ and in-line monitoring of functional thin films, devices and processes and offers integrated solutions for the production of OEs.

OET is a member of the Hellenic Organic & Printed Electronics – Industry Cluster (HOPE-I) and the Hellenic Organic & Printed Electronics Association (HOPE-A).

Visit www.oe-technologies.com to find out more!

Booth D6

Orgbio - Marie Curie ITN

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Organic Bioelectonics is a new discipline which holds promise to shape, direct, and change future medical treatments in a revolutionary manner over the next decades. Realizing the promise of organic bioelectronics requires research and training crossing disciplines such as electrical engineering, biology, chemistry, physics, and materials science.

OrgBIO is a Research and Training Network involving multiple partners for academia and industry, aiming to establish a world-class training platform spreading around the highly interdisciplinary / intersectorial area of organic bioelectronics. Education, along with science and entrepreneurial mindsets and attitudes is at the core of OrgBIO, which aims at excellence and innovation, at all levels. Excellence in science is guaranteed by the world-leading groups which played a major role in establishing this research area. Innovation in education is guaranteed by the involvement of researchers on education and business experts.

Using different sensors, actuators, electronic and interconnect technologies the network will develop multifunctional systems based on organic devices and materials with high sensitivity that are also flexible, conformable and present over large areas for various biomedical / biological applications in life science. Multi-analyte and disposable analytical systems manufactured by large-area printing methods will provide services to the individuals and healthcare community. Targeted implemented interactions with a wide network of venture capitals and business actors will immediately transfer the research outcome to industry.

Visit to www.orgbio.eu find out more!

Booth C15

Particle Works

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Particle Works excels at developing precision Metal nanoparticles, Quantum dots and Hydrogels using state of art microfluidic techniques.

Particle Works takes pride in providing materials that enable high performance in target applications, high experiment reproducibility and low material waste. Our customers benefit from extensive material characterisation and ability to purchase high volumes of materials with retention of product quality.

Booth D4

Plasmionique

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PLASMIONIQUE Inc in Canada and its affiliate PLASMIONIC Technologies in USA are specialized in development of Innovative systems and processes used for applications to Thin Film processing, Nanostructured Material Synthesis and Advanced Surface Engineering using Plasma-, Laser- and Vacuum-based technologies. The company is specialized in design and integration of customized systems in addition to several standard products, including MAGNION series PVD systems, GLAZE series PLD systems, FLARION Series PECVD / RIE reactors and PLUME series remote plasma / ion sources. The company also offers FLOTEST series test stations for development of sensors and fuel stations. Since 1999, the company scientists have been involved with development of dedicated systems and processes for synthesis of various nanostructured carbon allotropes.

Visit www.plasmionique.com to find out more!

Booth C9

Smartonics Project

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Smartonics is a Large Scale Integrating R&D Project funded by the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme (NMP.2012.1.4-1 Pilot lines for precision synthesis of nanomaterials).

The target of the Smartonics project is the development of Pilot lines that will combine smart technologies with smart nanomaterials for the precision synthesis of Organic Electronic (OE) devices. Smartonics has officially launched in 1st January 2013 and it will run for 4 years (until December 31, 2016).

The consortium consists of 18 European partners (Universities, Companies and Organisations). The partners cover the fields of nanomaterials & process development and optimization (AUTh, POLO, UOP, UOI, UOXF, USUR, CNRS, USTUTT, HZB, Advent, OL), precision sensing and fabrication tools (HJY, AUTh, OL, COM, OET), industrial processes (COA, AIXTRON) and manufacturing of commercial products (FIAT with CRF).

Visit www.smartonics.eu to find out more!

Booth E2+E3

Technosystems LV

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We concern to start up companies. However despite of a youth of the company our specialists have mature experience of development on technologies and corresponding process equipment, optics, electronics, mechanics, programming and system engineering work. Our devices work in Europe and USA.

At carrying out of development and their further manufacture the scientific both engineering and technical potential of the various countries is effectively involved. Owing to flexible scientific cooperation we create various production according to requirements of the market. We also perform custom-made works.

Spectrum of the lead development- nanometrology, nanomechanics and devices for nanomedicine.

We are interested not only in production of already developed devices, but also performance of the high technology works. We invite the organizations and developers to cooperation.

Visit www.technosystems.lv to find out more!

Booth C1+C2+C3

University of Ioannina Research Committee

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The University of Ioannina was established in 1964. Nowadays more than 15.000 undergraduate and postgraduate students are being educated by more than 550 Members of Academic Staff, 170 Teaching Fellows and 130 members of Technical Laboratory Staff. The University Administrative Services are staffed with more than 420 employees. A number of organized postgraduate study programs are on offer that combine teaching and research elements both at Master's and Doctoral level. Approximately 1,300 students are involved in full-time study progressing to a Master's degree, while more than 2,200 students are currently pursuing their studies at Doctoral level.

The University includes 17 departments operating in 6 schools, more than 50 research centers and laboratories as well as central services and infrastructures all contributing in strengthening education and research activities.

The Research Committee of the University of Ioannina has proven a long-term experience in implementing, managing, monitoring, and controlling several research, educational and development projects. Furthermore several infrastructural development and equipment supply projects have been carried out, along with many training projects. The University of Ioannina has established a quality management system that is in conformance with the International Management System Standard ISO 9001:2000, as well as the Greek Management Efficiency Standard, with a scope of "Project Management of Research and Development of Technological and Other Related Programs and Activities". High quality research activity is implemented in every aspect of the scientific areas covered by the existing departments, including basic and applied research in information and communication technologies, engineering, science, arts, medicine, biology, new materials, economic studies, environment, philosophy, psychology, history and archaeology, Greek literature, linguistic studies and training methods.

The research activities are coordinated by the University of Ioannina Research Committee, whose main aim is the exploitation of financial contributions, for the implementation of research projects in the University of Ioannina. The aim of the University of Ioannina Research Committee is the disposal and the undertaking of funds, which come from any source and are intended to cover expenses of any kind, essential for the needs of research, educational, training and developmental projects as well as for the needs of continuous training projects. These services and activities are implemented or provided by the scientific personnel of the University of Ioannina, in close collaboration with other specialists or external scientific personnel.

Visit www.uoi.gr to find out more!

Booth A1

Vector Technologies LTD

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Vector Technologies LTD was established 10 years ago as a value added distributor of Test and Measurement Instruments and Operational Support systems in the Telecommunications, Educational and Public Sector market specializing in sales, marketing, technical support and after-sales service of hi-tech products.

It specializes also in the provision of troubleshooting, performance analysis and network consulting services of new technology networks.

Our mission is to provide our customers with the right choice for their particular application combining the superior quality on a fair cost.

Our strategic co-operations with leading international suppliers, together with the strong know-how of our people, provide a guarantee of the quality and the success of our solutions and services in every electronic application.

It is our company's policy to continuously seek for new ways to improve our processes and our modes of operation in order to maintain our competitive edge and achieve our targets.

Vector Technologies is offering a complete range of test & measurement products and systems and maintains partnership agreements with leading measurement systems manufacturers as follows: TEKTRONIX, KEITHLEY, AEROFLEX, AMETEK, Anite-NEMO, ACTIX, TTi, AARONIA, SPECTRACOM, AR, CAEN, AH Systems, etc.

The company is located at Haladri area north of Athens - Greece. The premises include warehouses, integration center, demo center, training facilities and offices.

Visit www.vectortechnologies.gr to find out more!

Booth D3

Welsh Centre for Printing and Coating

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The Welsh Centre for Printing and Coating (WCPC) is a World leading research and development centre for advanced manufacture by printing. It is a research centre within the College of Engineering, Swansea University Bay Campus. The WCPC was started in 1990 and has developed significant expertise in printing as an advanced manufacturing process. The WCPC has comprehensive printing, analytical and ink development facilities, which can provide for proof of concept and bench scale evaluation through to pilot scale production. One of the WCPC strengths is in fundamental and applied research into the print process, including the governing process physics and their interaction with the material properties (both physical and chemical).

It has focused on the development of traditional volume printing processes such as gravure, flexo, offset, screen, pad and ink jet. More recently these have been expanded to include 3D printing, aerosol printing and integration of traditional with printable electronics. It’s expertise and facilities embrace scale up from concept through to production.

The WCPC works on applications such as graphics, security, anti-counterfeiting, packaging, fabrics, intelligent clothing, product decoration, large area electronics, sensors, lamps, addressable displays, energy, point of care health, stem cell scaffolding and bio mimetics.

Visit www.wcpcswansea.com to find out more!

Booth C14

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