Exhibitors 2018

Nanotechnology Lab LTFN

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The Nanotechnology Lab LTFN (Lab for Thin Films - Nanobiomaterials - Nanosystems & Nanometrology), Aristotle University of Thessaloniki is an internationally acknowledged specialist in Organic Electronics (OEs), Thin Films and Nanomaterials Technology (vacuum, printing), Nanomedicine, Nanometrology, Real-time/In-line precision Metrology, Automation and Digital Manufacturing.

LTFN has established the Center of Organic & Printed Electronics - Hellas (COPE-H), for cutting-edge Research and Manufacturing of OE Devices for applications in Energy, Displays, Lighting, Electronics, Automotive, NanoBiomedicine, Smart Textiles and Wearables, IoT, Smart Food Packaging, Greenhouses, etc.

LTFN is a world-class excellence entity in various research fields, with a Lab space area of 2000 m2, including clean room facilities of 600 m2 and state-of-the-art equipment and facilities, 10 Pilot Lines and several TestBed facilities, combined with strong activity in R&D Projects and dynamic collaborations with SMEs, industry and academia. LTFN is a Digital Innovation Hub, offering open access to interested entities (Academia, Research, SMEs, Industries), while serving as an One-Stop-Shop for SMEs for technology transfer, proof-of-concept and incubation.

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

  • Organic Electronics & Photonics
  • Thin Films & Nanobiomaterials Technology
  • Nanoengineering & Surface Engineering
  • Nanomedicine & Nanobiotechnology
  • Optical Technology & Nanometrology
  • Digital Nanomanufacturing
  • 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


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Thessaloniki Innovation Zone is a facilitator promoting Thessaloniki region as an innovation friendly destination.

Alexander Innovation Zone S.A. is the managing organization which was established in order to organize, develop and promote Thessaloniki Innovation Zone.

Thessaloniki Innovation Zone is a unique mechanism in Southeast Europe, aiming to accumulate and coordinate a critical mass of entities that rely on new technologies and innovation and thus contribute to the sustainable economic growth of the region.

Visit www.thessinnozone.gr and www.investinthessaloniki.com 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
INNOVIP logo  The EU project INNOVIP, that is presented, will lead to the development of new and improved forms of vacuum insulation panels (VIPs). These will significantly reduce the CO2 footprint of buildings and be suitable for use in both new and existing buildings, either internally or externally. 

Visit www.bayfor.org to find out more!

Booth D2

BILIANA K. /Connected Art

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Biliana K is a Art/Tech Startup, that develops problem solving technology’s and innovation regarding the Art market. The company fundamental initiatives is Connected Art. Connected Art is the base for a new Art industry with new disruptive commodity - ArtTech. Aims to replace the closeness and limited reach of the traditional Art Market, with a total connectivity and openness as to reach the integrity of the human population, based on an infinite one-time clicks.

What is the incentive to the investors ?

It is not only an investment, it is an ownership of an ArtEntity, Biliana K. is the Digital Art Engine that gives the Artist the possibilities to handle big Data to generate the ArtWorks, that comes in different Art End Formats.
The company generates income on the transformation of Data to Art, The Art Engine, and on the End Art Formats as individual ArtWorks for individual customers. The return is on the constant feed on Original Data (individual commissions) to the ArtEngine, the End Art Formats generated from it and on the constant stream of different End Art Formats , by as many as possible consumers, the one-click subscription policy.

Art is brought to the infinite numbers of consumers rather then stigmatized and reduced to few consumers by few providers, You can generate an infinite return on your investment as the generated Digital Art Format Data is
continuous, and linked to the constantly growing market for Data share information. Biliana K. is working in a totally uncharted territory of the IoT, potentially opening a new segment in the IoT Technology and Market Landscape.
The company Biliana K, makes Connected Art, that can be seen as a new and unknown dimension of the IoT, Industry 4.0 and 5.0 and Digitization of Things. Connected Art could become one of the multiple aspects of IoT and fundamental part of the growing market for Connected Homes and Smart City.

Biliana K uses the deployed IoT nodes, to acquire data to enable the creation of Connected Art and put it back into different End Formats of the underlying technology’s. The acquired Conductivity of the APP/ArtWork/Product, is a result of the technological End Format, that allows infinite connectivity and distribution through the IoT ecosystem. Biliana K has adopted a single prototype market behaviour, based on a emerging hybrid concept of Connected Art,( limitless and indiscriminate interactions with Art). This might lead to an emerging Art Industries and disruptive business models, as the Artistic Creation Process is unrooted from the traditional Art World ecosystem and implanted to the IoT.

Biliana K believes that the company with more platforms and most penetration, will acquire most connectivity, the fundamentals of Connected Art. The company is Pending Patent Application in the US and further assessment of detailed process will be provided at Business and Technology Insight Forums, Boston, USA, 2018. Biliana K will introduce you in her presentation, to this new Concept of Connected Art and showcase the first End Format Artwork Application.

Visit bilianak.com to find out more!

Booth C11


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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 C15


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CELLINK is the first company in the world to commercialize a universal bioink for 3D Bioprinting of human tissues and organs. Along with producing bioinks, CELLINK also manufactures state of the art cost-effective 3D Bioprinters. As a global leader in 3D Bioprinting technology, CELLINK is working closely with hundreds of leading research institutions such as the FDA, Harvard and MIT.

Visit www.cellink.com to find out more!

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CelluForce is the world leader in the commercial production of CelluForce NCCTM a family of cellulose nanocrystals produced from trees. CelluForce NCCTM is a high-performance material which is used in a wide variety of products to improve properties such as strength, suspension, rheology, printability, barrier properties and clarity.

Visit www.celluforce.com to find out more!

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CORNET H2020 Project


CORNET is an ambitious project submitted to the H2020 Call NMBP-07-2017, that will develop a unique EU Open Innovation Environment (OIE) covering the triangle of manufacturing, modelling and experimentation in order to optimize the Organic/Large Area Electronic (OE) materials, materials' behaviour and nano-devices (OPVs, PPVs, OLEDs) manufacturing processes.

This will be achieved by linking the nanostructure features with the macroscopic functionality through multiscale (nano to macro) characterization and modelling. This will strongly impact the fast and reliable development of new materials, devices and will enable control of the related production processes (R2R printing and gas transport (OVPD)) to fabricate tailored OE devices and systems to demonstrate to industrial applications (e.g. automotive, greenhouses).

CORNET will develop an OIE Platform and a sustainable Database for documentation of citable & industrially accepted protocols for material & device characterization, modelling and manufacturing and will establish strong links and cooperations with existing EU clusters (as EMMC, EMCC, EPPN), industrial associations, EU networks to increase the speed of OE materials/device development and industry uptake, maximize the acceptance of the OIE and Database and push-through standards for adoption by industry worldwide.

Visit www.cornet-project.eu to find out more!

Booth E2+E3

Cutting Edge Nano-Materials

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Cutting Edge Nano-Materials (CEN-Mat) is a spin-off from the German Aerospace Center (DLR) delivering highly specialized and custom tailored Nano-Materials (NMs).

Although NMs are pretty small and invisible to the human eye many NMs are engineered and placed in our everyday products to enhance their properties. NMs can be found in cosmetics such as face and body lotions, in food and its packaging, in everyday technologies such as smartphones and cars or in medical products such as in contrast agents for the magnetic resonance imaging. The importance of such nano-enabled products to the global economy can be realized when looking at the global revenue growth in the last years from $731 billion in 2012 to $4.4 trillion until today (2018). Yet, using NMs in order to benefit a product through their inherent functionality one needs to functionalize these with respect to the desired properties of the final product and integrate these efficiently and smart into the technology.

This is where the problem starts: NMs currently available on the market are not customized to the customer's needs, thus leaving potential users of NMs representing various industry branches unserved. Additionally the customer is often left alone with the raw NM without being offered a solution for the integration of these into their technology.

To bridge this gap in the value chain CEN-Mat is pursuing a different approach overcoming the massive disadvantages of standard products and services. CEN-Mats approach is based on an adaptive and up-scalable synthesis route delivering custom tailored and highly specialized NM serving the needs of each and every customer individually plus offering solutions on the NMs integration.

These services are especially needed for innovative products and for upcoming technologies developed by R&D focused companies. These companies are unable to approach global players for their material requirement due to the limited volume orders as well as the very specialized material specifications. Thus these companies as well as research institutes and universities will be the primary customers of CEN-Mat taking full advantage of the extensive experience in NM synthesis, the fairly flexible production volumes as well as the consultation around NMs.

Visit www.cen-mat.com to find out more!

Booth C4


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European Network for Pilot Production Facilities

EPPN network boosts the European competitiveness through the exploitation of the existing European pilot line production facilities (across Europe) in the area of nanotechnology and advanced material technologies by creating a network of fully connected and collaborating pilot lines and increase the effectiveness and the efficiency of existing (and future) pilot line facilities and by creating a digital ecosystem acting as an interactive marketplace for professional members.

Visit www.eppnetwork.com to find out more!

Booth D4

EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation

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Established in 1987, the EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation is a unique venture between the European Commission (DG GROW) and the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI). It aims at promoting all forms of industrial, trade and investment cooperation between the EU and Japan and at improving EU and Japanese companies’ competitiveness and cooperation by facilitating exchanges of experience and know-how between EU and Japanese businesses.

The EU-Japan Centre provides free support services to EU clusters and companies interested in starting and/or expanding their activities with/in Japan.

The support services are as follow:

  • Cluster/SME missions to Japan (Nanotech, Biotech and ICT)
  • Help and Information Desk
  • Logistical support
  • Business & Technological Partnership Support ("EEN)
  • Internship schemes for EU companies
  • Tax & Public Procurement Helpdesk
  • Technology Transfer Helpdesk
  • H2020 National contact point

Visit www.eu-japan.eu to find out more!

Booth D3

Fluxim - Scientific Tools

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Fluxim provides R&D tools dedicated to the organic electronics industry, in particular OLED display, lighting and PV industry. Fluxim provides 3 complementary products: Setfos, Paios and Laoss. The software SETFOS simulates light-outcoupling from OLEDs, light-absorption in solar cells as well as charge transport and recombination and scattering efficiency enhancement structures in these semiconductor devices. Fluxim’s PAIOS all-in-one measurement platform with software for parameter extraction and model validation is used to characterize OLED and PV R&D devices and integrated with the Setfos software. The Laoss software models the effect of large area and shape effects in OLEDs and solar cells.

Visit www.fluxim.com to find out more!

Booth C13

Fraunhofer IAP

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Fraunhofer IAP has been active in organic electronic research over the past 20 years focusing on solution processed devices with applications in OLED, OTFT, OPV, perovskite solar cells, sensors and actuators. In a large clean room environment several processing techniques are available from spin coating for material evaluation in lab devices up to advanced processing techniques such as inkjet printing and high precision slot die coating on a robot controlled S2S manufacturing pilot line for sizes up to 150 mm x 150 mm including different evaporation and encapsulation techniques. The integration of functional devices for every day applications is an important task such as the setup of façade elements with organic solar cells for building integration. In close cooperation with machine manufacturers we are developing various processes for future OLED production plants.

Visit www.iap.fraunhofer.de to find out more!

Booth A1

Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin (HZB)

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A secure and sustainable supply of energy is one of the greatest challenges for society. The mission of the HZB is to understand, improve, and develop new energy materials. We are able to bring the most modern infrastructure and instruments to bear on this research, in particular with the BESSY II electron storage ring, which is a particle accelerator that delivers synchrotron radiation in the soft X-ray and VUV regions.

At the Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie (HZB), we conduct research on complex systems of materials that contributes to dealing with challenges such as the energy transition. The HZB research portfolio includes solar cells, solar fuels, thermoelectrics, and materials for new, energy-efficient information technologies (spintronics) or electrochemical energy storage. Research on these energy materials is closely connected with the operation and advanced development of the BESSY II photon source. And our research approach always concentrates on thin-film technologies.

We work together with specialists in energy materials research and accelerator development from the world over. About 2,000 scientists annually from research institutions throughout the world come as guest researchers to conduct their experiments at the BESSY II electron storage ring, with many of them making return visits. Our CoreLabs as well as instrument time on the BER II neutron source can also be booked by external scientists.

Visit www.helmholtz-berlin.de to find out more!

Booth C7


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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 C6

IZADI Nano2Industry

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Injection moulding, casting and coating PILOTS for the production of improved components with nano materials for automotive, construction and agricultural machinery

IZADI-NANO2INDUSTRY project proposes different solutions based on KETs such as nanotechnology, advanced materials and advanced manufacturing. The project aims to implement the master-batches, the master-pellets and the nanostructured powders in three innovative PILOTS, developed and installed at three existing production plants that will effectively manufacture real components (B-pillar, Swash plate and Valve plate) integrating safe-by-design approaches into the developments stages.

Visit www.izadinano2industry.eu to find out more!

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InterActive S.A.

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InterActive S.A. is a very experienced distributor of high end scientific instruments & advanced materials established in 1990.

R&D and Quality Control scientific instruments for industries, Chemistry, Materials & Physics labs of Universities and Research Centers.

Bruker FT-IR, NIR & RAMAN Spectrometers, IR Microscopes & Imaging Systems

EDWARDS High vacuum pumps and systems

Thermo Niton Portable XRF spectrometers for elemental analysis & positive material identification in alloys

Xenics IR Cameras

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

Booth C10

Kuban State University, Krasnodar, Russia

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Kuban State University (Krasnodar, Russia), fully accredited and government-financed institution of Higher Education, is one of the largest scientific and educational centers in the South of Russia. Founded in September 1920, it has a 98-year history based on the best traditions of classical education and recognized achievements. Throughout its history, Kuban State University (KubSU) has consistently focused on improving people’s quality of life through relevant education and research in the conditions of tolerance and peace.

The KubSU structure of tertiary education consists of 16 faculties (implementing 110 bachelors, masters and specialists programs), postgraduate departments (76 fields of study) and the University research complex, that includes 24 research institutes, centers and labs and 11 scientific schools.

KubSU is a university of ideas and innovations. The following figures reflect the research and educational potential of Kuban State University: more than 29 000 students enrolled, including 932 international students from 63 foreign countries, 265 full professors, 970 PhD’s, 16 research and scientific centers, 11 scientific schools, 7 journals edited, 35 innovation projects, more than 70 international agreements on cooperation in the field of education, science and culture with scientific and educational organizations of 28 countries.

KubSU is involved in the process of internationalization, which primary task is to improve the quality of education in accordance with international standards. The international academic cooperation as one of internationalization instruments is under the greatest focus. Nowadays the University cooperates with 73 universities and institutions from Europe, Asia, USA and Latin America. 21 of them include the subjects of academic exchanges and academic mobility programs. Among the University’s active partners are the following: University of Bristol (Great Britain), KU Leuven (Belgium), Université Bordeaux Montaigne and University of Bordeaux (France), University of Vienna (Austria), Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece), Berlin University of Applied Technology and Economics (Germany), Kyungpook National University (South Korea), Qingdao Institute (China), Kobe City University of Foreign Studies (Japan) etc.

Visit www.kubsu.ru/en to find out more!

Booth C1


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Life Science Chemilab S.A. (LSC) is a dynamic trade company in the laboratory and medical field, serving successfully the greek market since 2009, officially representing globally strong and well known manufacturers in academia, research and industry, like Sigma Aldrich (Merck company), Olympus, Eppendorf and Honeywell. The company, member of Pascal Strouza Group, has its headquarters in Athens and a branch office in Thessaloniki, providing total solutions in products and services for laboratories.

  • Chemicals, reagents and kits
  • Analytical chemistry consumables
  • Life science and biology products
  • Materials science products (Nanomaterials, Biomaterials)
  • Glassware & plasticware
  • Filtration & sampling systems
  • Microscopes, laser confocal microscopes, advanced imaging systems, cameras
  • Laboraroy instrumentation (i.e. pipettes, centrifuges, incubators, manipulation and detection systems, safety cabinets, refrigerators and freezers, etc)

Visit www.lsc.gr to find out more!

Booth C14

NAiEEL Technology/Boron Nitride Nanotubes

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NAiEEL Technology was established by the researchers from Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute on the 9th of September of 2015, for the commercialization of BNNT and its applications.

BNNT presents similar thermal conducting and mechanical properties compared with CNT, while its thermal/chemical stabilities, biocompatibility, electric insulating, and thermal neutron absorbing properties are much higher than those of CNT. Due to these superior properties, BNNT is currently under exploration in many areas of IT, space/nuclear, bio-medical, and energy.

We are able to supply BNNT in large quantity with affordable price for its industrial applications based on our unique and innovative production technology.

Visit www.naieel.com to find out more!

Booth C3


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NanoCanada is a national initiative that brings together the community to stimulate innovation, enhance research and development capacity and stimulate the development of nanotechnology applications in collaboration with industry.
Canada’s nanotechnology community from academia, industry and government are coming together to:

  • Facilitate access to facilities/expertise and enhance insight into global market opportunities
  • Connect stakeholders to bridge the innovation gap
  • Provide guidelines for sustainable practices

Visit www.nanocanada.com to find out more!

Booth D1

Nanometrisis P.C.

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Nanometrisis is a start-up company created as a spin-off of the National Center for Scientific Research Demokritos, Greece. Its products are software which analyse microscope images to provide accurate and quantitative measurement of the dimensional and morphological characteristics of the imaged nanostructures. By now, it has developed two kinds of software. The first focuses on the analysis of electronic microscope images of lithographic nanostructures used in the fabrication of electronic devices and provides measurement of their dimensions, sidewall roughness and size variability. The market of such software includes mainly semiconductor industries, microscope makers, material companies and research and academia centers. The second kind of software addresses open material surfaces with roughness and analyses atomic force images to provide characterization of roughness morphology and features. The potential customers of this software are nanotechnology companies, microscopy makers, and companies with products sensitive to micro and nanomorphology of their surfaces (companies with coatings, sandpapers, textiles etc.).

Visit www.nanometrisis.com to find out more!

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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 >550 individual members (>1250 cluster members) worldwide (including University Labs, Research Institutes, Companies, Hospitals etc.)!

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

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Nanoplasmas P.C.

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Nanoplasmas is a company founded in 2016 as spin-out of the National Center for Scientific Research NCSR Demokritos, Atiika, Greece (www.demokritos.gr) using an innovative, patented, plasma based technology to produce healthcare and other diagnostic consumables with enhanced performance, functional microfluidics (i.e. bacteria capture and lysis, DNA purification) and lab on a chip systems. Nanoplasmas is currently developing a lab on a chip system for bacteria detection in water samples.

Visit www.nanoplasmas.com to find out more!

Booth C2


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Processing and control of novel nanomaterials in packaging, automotive and solar panel processing lines

The OptiNanoPro project will develop different approaches for the introduction of nanotechnology into packaging, automotive and photovoltaic materials production lines. In particular, the project will focus on the development and industrial integration of tailored online dispersion and monitoring systems to ensure a constant quality of delivered materials. In terms of improved functionalities, nanotechnology can provide packaging with improved barrier properties as well as repellent properties resulting in easy-to-empty features that will on the one hand reduce wastes at consumer level and, on the other hand, improve their acceptability by recyclers. Likewise, solar panels can be self-cleaning to increase their effectiveness and extend the period between their maintenance and their lifetime by filtering UV light leading to material weathering. In the automotive sector, lightweight parts can be obtained for greater fuel efficiency.

Visit www.optinanopro.eu to find out more!

Booth D4

Organic Electronics Technologies P.C. (OET)

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OET is a world leader in R2R manufacturing of Printed and Flexible Organic Electronics since integrates all processes and technologies (in line laser, metrology & quality control tools) into R2R Pilot and Production Printing lines (Inkjet, Slot die, Gravure, Screen Printing) with control in Automatic decision – making processes. OET is a provider of R2R full printed OPV products with unprecedented quality free of design.

Its core activities include large scale manufacturing and optimization of OPVs, OLEDs and printed RFIDs/NFC antennas, in-line laser processes, in-line metrology, Quality control platforms, encapsulation technologies, design & development of Inkjets and Lasers Systems for R2R printing lines.

OET through international projects and collaborations from Europe, USA, Japan and China integrates its full printed Organic Electronic prototypes & products in Energy, Lighting, Automotive, Buildings, Wearables, IoT and Smart Packaging applications.

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

Booth D6


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PROtective composite Coatings via Electrodeposition and Thermal Spraying

The PROCETS project will took advantage of the use of nano-particles for production of composite coatings with superior properties compared to those of HC produced by electroplating or to Co-WC produced by TS. These novel nano-particles will be incorporated into existing production lines after appropriate modifications. The new procedures will be easily transferred by minor adaption to the present electroplating and TS facilities, and will combine flexibility and mass customization abilities, restrict environmental and health hazards and finally be available at acceptable cost

Visit www.procets.eu to find out more!

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Research Committee of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh) through its Research Committee participates in NANOTEXNOLOGY Expo 2018 with six laboratories and one spin-off company that are active in nanomaterials, nanobiotechnology, nanomedicine, nanochemicals, inks and nanoparticles, nanoConstruction & buildings. The participants are:

  1. Surface Analysis Lab
  2. Laboratory of Materials for Electrotechnics
  3. X-Rays, Optical Characterization and Thermal Analysis Laboratory (XOpTh - AUTh)
  4. School of Pharmacy, Laboratory of Pharmaceutical Technology
  5. Lab of Inorganic Chemistry / Department of Chemistry / AUTH
  6. Physical Metallurgy Laboratory
  7. PLiN Nanotechnology S.A.

During the last 12 years, more than 11000 research projects have been implemented in AUTh, whereas about 130 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

Siddarmark LLC

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Siddarmark, LLC was established in 2016 to commercialize nano carbon technology along with the regional development program on nano carbon in a prefecture in Japan.

Our Sugikuro® is made of vertically-aligned double-walled CNT array without metal residue. Since the yarn consists of pure homogeneous CNTs, various applications are realized. Also as the yarn can be woven into commercial polymer yarns as ribbon tape. Thus for the first time globally, we offer high-speed motion and tactile sensors that are applied to VR interface between human and machine, robot motion sensing, and heartbeat sensors like Band-Aid. Also, The electrical copper-plated yarn is developed, which exhibits 50% and less density than metal wire, thereby making it the lighter than the copper wire that us used for harness and mesh-shield cables.

CNT resin composite, meanwhile, which we have also developed, can achieve homogeneous distribution of CNTs in resin matrix. And, our CNT aqueous ink can be used for flat surface heaters. One type of the heaters is transparent, applicable for traffic signal covers to protect traffic lights from snow and ice storms—all powered by batteries. Carbon Fiber Glued Press® or CFGP® is developed using the CNT knowledge. CFGP can be manufactured by machine press with thermoplastic resin glue to reduce the processing time and cost dramatically. Since CFGP has not brittle at all, it can be used for police or military armor and auto bodies.

Visit www.siddarmark.com to find out more!

Booth A4

SIJTechnology, Inc.

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SIJTechnology offers a femtoliter—10-15 L—inkjet/dispensing system. The femtoliter droplet is 1/10 smaller in diameter and 1/1000 smaller in volume than conventional inkjet/dispensed droplets. For inkjet, our system is capable of creating micro 2D patterns and even 3D structures. For dispensing, our system can be employed to significantly decrease dispensing quantity. Available inks are conductive ink, insulating ink, protein, etc., and the viscosity range is up to 10 000 mPa∙s without heating. Applications cover circuit patterning, resist printing, cell blotting, protein pattering, and much more. Our product is of great use to all researchers who want to handle liquids in the unit of femtoliter.

Visit www.sijtechnology.com to find out more!

Booth A2

Smartline H2020 Project

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SmartLine is an ambitious Project that will create intelligent and zero-defect manufacturing processes by developing robust and non-destructive in-line metrology tools (optical, electrical, structural) and process control platform to achieve the reliable and closed-loop manufacturing of Organic Electronic devices (OPVs and OLEDs for lighting) by Roll-to-Roll Printing and Organic Vapour Phase Deposition (OVPD) pilot lines.

The consortium consists of 7 partners from 4 different European Countries (Greece, Germany, Italy, Netherlands).

Visit www.smartline-project.eu to find out more!

Booth E2+E3

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 A3

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 C12

VisorSurf FETOPEN EU Project

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VISORSURF: A Hardware Platform for Software-driven Functional Metasurfaces. A project to produce materials with software-programmable electromagnetic behavior.

What if the laws of electromagnetism could be customized, rather than being simply adhered to? VISORSURF is producing a first-of-its kind material, the HyperSurface, which can sense electromagnetic waves impinging upon it and alter them in ways dictated by software. Parametric wave steering, absorbing, filtering and polarizing electomagnetic radiation through the concept of a hypersurface – a combination of properly-designed metasurfaces and novel electronic nano-controllers.

Visit www.visorsurf.eu to find out more!

Booth C9

Welsh Centre for Printing and Coating, Swansea University

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The Welsh Centre for Printing and Coating (WCPC) is a World leading research and development centres for printing and coating at all TRL levels from 1 to 8. The WCPC’s addresses printing as an advanced manufacturing process, its research includes the fundamental science and application of all printing/coating processes, ink formulation, scale up, characterization, environmental impact, advanced and functional materials. It has comprehensive laboratories which include bench and pilot scale print and ink production to compliment fundamental research facilities and trials on full scale printing plant.

The WCPC covers a wide range of market sectors including packaging, graphics, product decoration, printed electronics, sensors, biomedical and textiles. The fundamental research has led to a strong portfolio of EPSRC funding, including an EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Large Area Electronics. The WCPC has extensive research and development collaborations throughout Europe, North and South America and Asia with both academia and industry.

The Welsh Centre for Printing and Coating is a research centre within the College of Engineering at Swansea University. The College of Engineering at Swansea University has undergone a very significant period of growth and development over the past 5 years moving to a brand-new purpose-built campus in 2015. The newly built Bay Campus is part of a £450 million development project at Swansea University. The College of Engineering buildings comprise of nearly 30,000 m2 of purpose-built facilities.

Visit www.wcpcswansea.com to find out more!

Booth C8

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