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Nanoelectronics, Photonics, Plasmonics & Nanoenergy are among the most rapidly growing fields of modern science and technology. Nowadays, resources and investments by government agencies, research institutes and industries are devoted to the developments of materials, processes, instrumentation, equipment, devices, products and solutions for Nanoelectronics, Photonics & NanoEnergy.
The Workshop aims to foster research & collaborations and to serve as a forum for scientists, engineers, industrials professionals and policy makers from all the world where there will be exchange of information and access to the latest developments in photonics, nanoelectronics, materials, inorganic, organic and printed photovoltaics, device structures, system integrations, manufacturing processes, characterization and monitoring, product applications and business opportunities.


  • Molecular electronics
  • MEMS, NEMS, Nanosensors
  • Electrical & Electronic Properties
  • Circuitry
  • Instrumentation, Nanometrology and Nanotools
  • Applications in Envrironmental Sensing, IOT, wearables

Nano-Photonics & Lasers

  • Inorganic Photodetectors
  • Organic Photodetectors
  • Molecular Photonics
  • Laser Technology
  • Solid State Lighting (LED, OLED)
  • Plasmonic Devices
  • III-V Optoelectronics
  • Glass waveguides and components
  • Optical Properties
  • Pilot Scale production processes
  • Digital Technology processes


  • Nanotechnology for Solar Energy
  • Nanotechnology for Thermal Solar
  • Energy Harvesting and Storage
  • Thermoelectric materials & devices
  • Fuel Cells & Hydrogen
  • Energy from Bio Sources
  • Solar Power Technologies
  • Thin Film Photovoltaics
  • Clean Energy Technology
  • Applications in Buildings, Automotive, Grid


R. P. Silva (Chair), Nano-Electronics Centre, Advanced Technology Institute, Uni of Surrey, UK
S. Kassavetis (co-Chair), Nanotechnology Lab LTFN, AUTh, Greece
M. Gioti, Nanotechnology Lab LTFN, AUTh, Greece
E. Lidorikis, Dept. of Materials Science & Eng., Uni of Ioannina, Greece
T. Anthopoulos, Physical Science & Engineering Div., KAUST, Saudi Arabia
B. Fillon, CT-IPC, France
M. McLachlan, Dept. of Materials, Imperial College London, UK

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Supported by

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Under the Auspices of

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