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6th Workshop

"Creating the Organic & Printed Electronics Industry in Greece"

Wednesday 30 October 2013, Electra Palace Hotel, Thessaloniki, Greece


The target of the Workshop is the formation of strategy and a policy for Organic & Printed Electronics (OEs) in Greece and the creation of the OEs Industry with the participation of scientists, engineers, industrial partners, final users, and representatives from regional and national authorities.

The subjects that will be discussed include the information for these activities as well as the prospects for their exploitation through entrepreneurial activities.


  • arrowSmart Specialization and Key Emerging Technologies
  • arrowThe European Organic & Printed Electronics Sector
  • arrowEntrepreneurial Activities & Associations in OEs
  • arrowOrganic Electronics Strart-Up & SME Companies in Greece
  • arrowApplications and Manufacturing of OEs
  • arrowTransition from Traditional to OEs and Smart Industry
  • arrowVC, Investors and Business to Realize OEs Industry

Below you can find the Workshop's poster & preliminary agenda.

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Here are some of the meeting's highlights...
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...and some photos of networking during breaks!
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Another important moment during the workshop was the signing of the cooperation agreement between HOPE-A (Hellenic Organic & Printed Electronics Association) and OEs - Saxony. Prof. S. Logothetidis and Dr. D. Gronarz signed the agreement, while below you can find some photos capturing the moment.
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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.