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5th Workshop

"Commercializing Organic Electronics in Greece"

Friday 26 April 2013, Porto Palace Hotel, Thessaloniki, Greece


The Stakeholder Meeting is realized in the framework of the European Project ROleMak "Reinforce Organic Electronics Research Potential in Kentriki Makedonia" (FP7-REGPOT-2011-1) that is coordinated by the Physics Department of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece.

The goal of the Workshop is to present the opportunities given for Greece for the commercialization of Organic Electronics and especially by entrepreneurial activities through the presentations from exceptional Industrial and Research entities.

 

Topics

  • arrowOpportunities for Organic Electronics Commercialization in Greece
  • arrowApplications & Processes of Organic Electronics
  • arrowClustering activities in Organic & Printed Electronics
  • arrowOpportunities for Transition of Traditional Industry to OE & Smart Industry
  • arrowSpin-off/Start-up & Entrepreneurial Activities in Organic Electronics in Greece
Below you can see the Workshop's poster & agenda.

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Here are some of the workshop's highlights!

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Some photos of networking and connecting during the breaks.

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Another important moment of the workshop was the announcement of the first collaboration between a Greek and a German company (OET & COATEMA) in the field of organic electronics. Also during the workshop took place the announcement of the "Hellenic Organic and Printed Electronics Association - HOPE-A", which already consist of more than 20 members (from the research & industry field). Below you can see some photos of the Greek-German collaboration.

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The ROleMak Project has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant aggreement no 286022.