Exhibitors 2019

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!

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 41 Schools and 1 single-school Faculty.

More than 86,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students study at the Aristotle University, 75,185 in undergraduate programmes and 6,691 in postgraduate programmes, 4,530 PhD and 4,644 international students.

Visit www.auth.gr to find out more!

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!

ALD CoCampus - Jamk University of Applied Sciences & University of Jyvaskyla

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The development conventional Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) made nanoscale coatings available for research and electronics. Now the breakthrough of spatial ALD is bringing the benefits of ALD coatings widely available for industrial applications, by decreasing the timescale of coating from hours to minutes. ALD is the only method suitable for the deposition of high quality, uniform pinhole-free and conformal coatings on high aspect ratio surfaces.

With The ALD CoCampus ecosystem University of Jyväskylä and JAMK University of Applied Sciences are combining their strengths and offering R&D, piloting, manufacturing and educational services concentrating on state of the art thin film deposition. ALD CoCampus has a unique combination of thin film deposition and analysis equipment, including four Beneq ALD reactors, a Pelletron Accelerator for Ion Beam Analysis and a Helium Ion Microscope. ALD and other thin film technologies have a myriad of potential applications e.g. in anti-soiling, corrosion and wear prevention, friction tailoring, renewable energy production, optics, anti-viral/bacterial surfaces, human implants and as decorative coatings.

Visit www.jamk.fi/CAMS and www.jyu.fi to find out more!

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!

CORNET H2020 Project

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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!

EDP Sciences

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EDP Sciences, Édition Diffusion Presse Sciences, is an STM publisher that works closely with the scientific world. It specialises in the communication and dissemination of scientific information to specialist and general audiences alike (general public, decision-makers, teachers, etc.). EDP Sciences produces and publishes international journals, books, conferences and internet sites with a predominantly scientific or technical content.
EDP Sciences is a publishing house owned by learned societies and run by publishing professionals.

EDP Sciences was founded in 1920 under the name La Société du Journal de Physique et Le Radium. It thus took over the publication of the Journal de Physique (established in 1872) on the occasion of its merger with the journal Le Radium (created in 1904). Among the founders figure the Société Française de Physique and several renowned scientists and industrialists: Antoine Béclère, Louis De Broglie, Marie Curie, Paul Langevin, Louis Lumière, Jean Perrin, and Léon Brillouin, as well as patrons such as Albert I, Prince of Monaco.

The company continued to publish the different sections of the Journal de Physique until the 80s, at which point it started expanding into other areas of physics, particularly astrophysics. Likewise, the company expanded into the publication of books.

Finally, in 1997, it was decided to expand and develop the company in the direction of other scientific communities. This development led the company to change its previous name Les Éditions de Physique to EDP Sciences, which means Édition Diffusion Presse Sciences, in 1998. With almost 50 international online journals (most of them are indexed in the major databases, such as Web of Science and Scopus), as well as about a hundred websites, EDP Sciences is considered as the first independent French editor, concerning the publishing of international academic journals. Many partnerships with European editors, such as Cambridge University Press and Springer, have been developed. EDP Sciences published in different field such as chemistry, general knowledge, mathematics and computer Science, health Sciences & dentistry, physics, Astronomy and Astrophysics, engineering & technology, social sciences & humanities and life sciences.

Visit www.edpsciences.org/ to find out more!

Electrical Characterization & Design of Micro- and Nano- Electronic Devices Laboratory - Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

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The extensive experience in the design and characterization of semiconductor devices for more than 35 years provides the essential pledges for the highest quality of the work. This experience includes pioneering work on electrical and noise characterization, developments of compact models suitable for circuit simulator tools, TCAD simulation of semiconductor devices, reliability of a wide variety of micro- and nano- electronic devices and variability issues in modern nanoscale devices. Our areas of interest include advanced CMOS devices on poly-nano-crystalline Si (Thin Film Transistors, TFTs), transparent TFTs on flexible substrates, Organic TFTs, Textile transistors, Quantum Dots devices and nanoscale multi-gate MOSFETs (double-gate MOSFETs, FinFETs, gate-all-around MOSFETs, fully-depleted silicon on insulator (FD-SOI) MOSFETs).

The infrastructure of the Laboratory mainly comprises a Keithley 4200-SCS for electrical characterization including I-V measurements and C-V spectroscopy, a fully automated system for static & dynamic electrical stress characterization, Low-frequency noise measurements (1 Hz-100 kHz, includes Two SR760 FFT spectrum analyzers and two SR570 low-noise current pre-amplifiers), Probe station SussMicrotec EP4 for wafers , 2-D and 3-D device simulator (Atlas, Silvaco). Also, a Van der Pauw and Hall measurements set-up is comprised, capable for electrical characterization of materials in the temperature range of 10-330 K and magnetic fields up to 1.4 T.

Visit mined.physics.auth.gr to find out more!

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!

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 5 complementary products: 2 simulation software SETFOS and LAOSS as well as 3 measurement setups PAIOS, PHELOS and LITOS.

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. The LAOSS software models the effect of large area and shape effects in OLEDs and solar cells including thermal effects.

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. With PHELOS angle- and polarization dependent electro- and photoluminescence can be measured which is a fingerprint of the OLED’s emitter distribution and orientation. LITOS is our newest hardware tool to analyze the degradation of PV and OLED devices under different aging conditions. All our hardware products are easily coupled to SETFOS in order to easily compare the measurements with simulations.

Visit www.fluxim.com to find out more!

FocalSpec Oy

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FocalSpec is a fast-growing high technology company from Finland with a global presence in China and USA. The company was established in 2009 as a spin-off from VTT (Technical Research Centre of Finland) by Finnish scientists who have extensive expertise in optical engineering and machine vision.

FocalSpec designs and manufactures sensors and systems which are based on a novel optical technology called Line Confocal Imaging that enables simultaneous imaging of 3D topography, 3D tomography and 2D grayscale intensity with one-unique sensor.

FocalSpec’s products are mainly used in demanding applications such as inspection of printed, flexible, hybrid, organic electronics, multilayer transparent materials, roughness analysis and 3D curved glass.

Visit www.focalspec.com to find out more!

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 and Materials Science. 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, Materials & Devices Science & Technology

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

Fraunhofer IAP

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Fraunhofer IAP has been active in organic electronic research over the past 20 years focusing on solution processible materials and 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. ESJET (electrostatic) printing has been established for high resolution printing with droplet volumes of 100 fl and below resulting in feature sizes below 10 µm. The integration of functional devices for every day applications is an important task such as the integration of organic solar cells into building and mobile applications. 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!

FUJIFILM Dimatix, Inc.

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FUJIFILM Dimatix's MEMS-based technology lets inkjet printing create products like displays and electronics, RFID antennas, smart tags, solar cells, DNA arrays, smart packaging and wearable electronics. Inkjet printing avoids contamination or damage to substrates because it is an additive, non-contact, process.

The Dimatix Materials Printer DMP-2850 is a low-cost, cartridge-based piezo inkjet printing system that enables direct deposition under digital control of functional fluids - including nanoparticle-based metallic and organic materials - onto virtually any surface, including plastic, glass, ceramics, and silicon, as well as flexible substrates from membranes, gels, and thin films to paper products, over an area of 200 x 300mm. By employing single-use cartridge-based printheads, the DMP-2850 minimizes waste of expensive fluid materials, thereby eliminating the cost and complexity associated with traditional product development and prototyping. The platen can be heated to 60 degrees Centigrade to thermally manage substrates during printing. An integrated drop watcher lets researchers capture and analyze in-flight droplet formation and firing.

FUJIFILM Dimatix, the world's premier provider of piezoelectric inkjet printheads and systems, has more than 35 years of experience in advancing the performance of drop-on-demand dispensing devices and applications, and its state-of-the-art technology provides inkjet solutions in displays, electronics, chemical, life sciences, photovoltaics, 3D mechanical, optical, and other emerging technologies and industries.

Visit www.fujifilmusa.com to find out more!

Goodfellow

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Currently celebrating 70 years of facilitating scientific innovation, Goodfellow is a leading global supplier of metals, alloys, ceramics, glasses, polymers, compounds, composites and other materials to meet the research, development and specialist production requirements of science and industry. The company has an extensive range of 70,000 catalogue products in multiple forms available off the shelf, most subject to free delivery within 48 hours and with no minimum order quantities.

With over 6000 customers supported by a worldwide network of offices, agents and distributors Goodfellow also offers a comprehensive range of bespoke processing services, effectively operating as an extension of the production team in order to develop custom fabricated components in any quantity required. Our in-house team is comprised of fellow scientists and engineers with extensive knowledge of materials and processing – through their technical expertise and a supporting range of specification tools the company has built an unrivalled reputation for helping to find solutions to even the most challenging of research problems. All of our products are also underpinned by the ISO 9001:2015 quality accreditation.

Visit www.goodfellow.com to find out more!

HELLENIC PETROLEUM

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HELLENIC PETROLEUM was founded in 1998 and is the largest industrial and commercial Group in Greece and one of the leading players in SE Europe. Its activities spanning across the energy value chain, with presence in 6 countries:

  • Refining & Trading of petroleum products in Greece and abroad
  • Fuels Marketing in Greece and abroad
  • Oil & Gas Exploration & Production
  • Production & Trading of Petrochemicals/Chemicals
  • Renewable Energy Sources
  • Power Generation & Trading

With 3 refineries in Greece and the OKTA industrial facilities in Skopje, 1,730 fuel stations in Greece and 300 in SE Europe. With more than 3,000 employees, implements a large number of CSR activities, with Sustainable Development embedded to its strategy, focusing on Society and the Environment.

Visit www.helpe.gr to find out more!

HOPE-A

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HOPE-A coordinates the activities of industrial and research organizations in Greece in the multi-billion rapidly evolving field of Flexible Organic & Printed Electronics (OEs) and strengthens their goals. HOPE-A covers the entire value chain of OE Products and Services in Green Energy, Lighting, Electronics, Automotive, Smart Buildings, Greenhouses, Intelligent Packaging, Wearables, IoT e.t.c.

The scope of HOPE-A is to:

  • Coordinate network of companies in OE's applications
  • Develop strong links between R&D&I, technology and business
  • Generate new technologies, applications, roadmap and reports
  • Enhance the reputation of the Sector
  • Support members to new markets and trade-shows
  • Represent members to International authorities
  • Distribute information from the markets
  • Attract investments in OEs
  • Collaboration with OEs global organizations and companies
  • Organize Exhibitions, Workshops, Seminars and training activities

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

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 top loading balances.

Over 35 years we represent in Greece and Cyprus companies like SUSS Microtech , AnnealSYS, Sigma Surface Science, Korvus Technology, Kemstream, Tristan technologies, Silvaco and more.

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

IONPLUS

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IONPLUS Company, which is based in Thessaloniki, Greece, was established in 1992 and has as its main target the promotion and full technical support of analytical and industrial hi-tech equipment. Maximal contribution to the technological improvement and development of our clients consist our aim and commitment. The main sectors on which our activities are focused are:

  • Industry (Food, Drink, Petroleum, Medicine, Chemical, Paint, Packaging).
  • Environmental Technology.
  • Research and Quality Control Institutes.
  • Hospitals
  • University

Visit www.ionplus.gr to find out more!

IOP Publishing

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IOP Publishing’s portfolio includes journals, books, conference proceedings and science news resources. Our multidisciplinary journal Flexible and Printed Electronics is devoted to publishing cutting edge research articles on electronics that can be either flexible, plastic, stretchable, conformable or printed.

Visit iopscience.iop.org to find out more!

KAUST Solar Center

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Our mission is to create new science and technology in the field of solar energy conversion, providing an environment for interdisciplinary research, training and innovation for the benefit of society.
Top-level research conducted by KSC faculty and scientists has established the Center as a leader in emerging photovoltaic technologies, from materials design, modeling, synthesis, and characterization to processing and solar cell fabrication.

Visit ksc.kaust.edu.sa to find out more!

Lab of Inorganic Chemistry and Advanced Materials - Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

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The Laboratory of Inorganic Chemistry and Advanced Materials of the School of Chemical Engineering promotes interdisciplinary research in chemistry, biology, and (bio)chemical engineering. Work intertwined with technical-scientific know-how in a dynamic environment pursues technological advancements in inorganic-organic hybrid biomaterials, natural products, and biological processes, further interweaving molecular biology with bioinformatics and collectively contributing to multifaceted applications in human health. From the design and synthesis of hybrid (nano/micro)materials for medical diagnostics and drug delivery, to the development of natural product antioxidant approaches to neuroprotection, insulin mimetic activity, and anticancer therapeutics, research projects the screening, preventive, retardation, and theranostics potential in “bench to bed” strategies, all practical tools to primary care administration. In that context, a balanced mix of comprehensive molecular level basic and applied research resorts to emerging biomaterials technologies involving 3D-printing, microfluidic devices, and cellular machinery, effectively formulating evolutionary biomedical engineering serving mankind in the 21st century.

Visit bioinorglab.web.auth.gr to find out more!

Laboratory of Building Materials - Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

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The Laboratory of Building Materials is one of the main laboratories that have been operating since the founding of the Polytechnic School. It provides theoretical and practical knowledge to students of School of Civil Engineering and postgraduate students of the Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Program in the Protection, Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Monuments, on modern materials (cement, aggregates, concrete, steel), traditional materials of monuments and historic buildings, and repair materials.

Over the last twenty years, the Laboratory has developed a major research activity that mainly concerns two research fields:

  • Applied research for the promotion of new materials in the production and utilization of industrial by-products in construction, for the benefit of:
    - saving natural resources and energy
    - protection of the environment
    - economy of construction
  • Research on the analysis of historic materials and the conservation and restoration of buildings with conventional materials. Also, research regarding the properties of nano-modified building materials has been developed.

The scientific staff of the Laboratory consists of experienced and new researchers of various scientific disciplines (Civil Engineer, Geologist, Chemist, Architect) to adequately cover the complex problems encountered in the structure.

Visit lbm.civil.auth.gr to find out more!

Laboratory of Optical Spectroscopy - Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

The "FTIR & Thermal analysis laboratories" were established during the decade of in the '70s under the joint supervision of Prof. J. Spyridelis (Thermal Analysis Lab) and Assoc. Prof. D. Siapkas (FTIR Lab). Since 2000, the infrastructure has passed to new generation of instruments (facilities), and Prof. Dr K.M. Paraskevopoulos and Prof. Dr K. Chrissafis have been the directors and academic supervisors of the Labs.

The vision of our Labs is dual:

  • The preparation of materials having technological interest, and
  • The study and the solution of problems associated either with materials having technological interest or with natural materials, by using the methods of Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy or micro-spectroscopy (FTIR /μs-FTIR) and Thermal Analysis (DSC, DTA, TG) along with other complementary characterization techniques, for various types of applications.

Throughout the years, more than 10 funded scientific research projects, 11 PhD Theses, more than 30 MSc Theses and more than 60 Undergraduate Theses have been performed in our facilities and the network of collaborating laboratories.

Visit ftirlab.physics.auth.gr to find out more!

LIFE SCIENCE CHEMILAB SA (L.S.C.)

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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, Honeywell, Eppendorf, Cole Parmer, Fisher Scientific. 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)
  • Rapid test kits
  • Glassware & plasticware
  • Filtration & sampling systems
  • Microscopes, stereoscopes, cameras and advanced imaging systems
  • Bioreactors
  • Laboratory instrumentation (i.e. pipettes, centrifuges, incubators, PCR, spectrophotometers, safety cabinets, refrigerators and freezers, benchtop and portable instruments etc)

Visit www.lsc.gr to find out more!

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 >580 individual members (>1300 cluster members) worldwide (including University Labs, Research Institutes, Companies, Hospitals etc.)!

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

Organic Electronic Technologies P.C. (OET)

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Organic Electronic Technologies (ΟΕΤ) is a world leader in roll-to-roll (R2R) manufacturing and technologies for flexible Organic and Printed Electronics (OEs) and holds more than 25 years experience in thin film technologies and processes.

OET‘s core activities include thin films manufacturing processes and production for OPVs and OLEDs, encapsulation technologies, and unique in-line optical precision metrology and pulsed laser for patterning tools. OET integrates all OEs processes and technologies into production lines for Energy and Lighting in automotive, buildings, wearables, IoT, smart packaging, etc.

OET‘s R&D center includes printing and vacuum pilot lines integrated with in-line optical metrology for quality control and in-line pulsed laser tools, available for process development, prototypes and low-to medium-volume production. OET is the co-founder of the Hellenic Organic & Printed Electronics Association (HOPE-A).

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

Research Committee of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh) through its Research Committee participates in 9th NANOTEXNOLOGY Expo 2019 with six laboratories that are active in Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies.

The participants are:

  1. Laboratory of Building Materials
  2. X Rays, Optical Characterization and Thermal Analysis Laboratory (XOpTh – AUTh)
  3. Laboratory of Inorganic Chemistry and Advanced Materials
  4. Laboratory of Optical Spectroscopy (Physics Department, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki)
  5. Lab of Inorganic Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, AUTH
  6. Electrical Characterization & Design of Micro- and Nano-Electronic Devices Laboratory

During the last 12 years, more than 11000 research projects have been implemented in AUTh, whereas about 110 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!

Sindlhauser Materials GmbH

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Sindlhauser Materials GmbH is a midsize company and manufacturer of ceramic suspensions for high temperature applications as a chemical barrier layer. In another business unit we produce ceramics, metals and alloys for the vacuum coating industry. The capability to manufacture these products makes us to one of the qualified suppliers for the automotive, optics, semiconductor and tool coating industry.

Our most recent development works has been focused around nanotechnology. A new near infrared absorber has been developed to broaden our portfolio. Now it’s possible to enter new market fields, such as 3D-printing and laser welding.

Visit www.sindlhauser.de to find out more!

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!

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!

Vector Technologies LTD

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Vector Technologies was established as a major supplier of measuring instruments and high technology systems specialized in sales, marketing, technical support and after sales service.

Today the company is recognized as a pioneer and one of the most specialized companies in the domestic market. Vector Technologies, which is certified with the international standard of ISO 9001:2008, has a significant and in depth experience and offers innovative solutions and measuring systems on the market of telecommunications and electronics.

With new organizational structure and constantly oriented in technological innovations, we can achieve even greater efficiency for the services provided and help our customers in choosing the best solutions corresponding to their needs.

Our mission is to provide to our customers the most suitable solutions for their specific requirements, always combining the highest quality at the most affordable prices.

Our strategy is working in cooperation with the world's leading suppliers, along with the high expertise of our people and this is a guarantee of quality and success of our services to every electronic application.

Our facilities are located at Vrilissia Attikis and besides the offices include warehouses, integration center, demo center and training facilities.

Visit www.vectortechnologies.gr to find out more!

X-ray, Optical Characterization and Thermal Analysis Laboratory - Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

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The X-Rays, Optical Characterization and Thermal Analysis Laboratory (XOpTh - AUTh), located in the Department of Physics AUTh, is a fully-equipped and staffed academic group, which develops basic and applied research regarding material science. The scope of the Laboratory is the development and research of high-tech activities, the collaboration and partnership with research centers and academic institutions, and the organizing of lectures and other scientific and educational events. The multidisciplinary research objectives of XOPTh - AUTh are summarized in the following: (a) Formation and synthesis of high-tech materials. (b) Structural and chemical state characterization using X-ray methods. (c) Optical Properties characterization with spectroscopic techniques. (d) Thermal analysis. (e) Morphological characterization and elemental analysis of materials and surfaces.

Visit xopth.physics.auth.gr to find out more!

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