ISFOE12: 10 Days left to submit your Abstract & gain access to the Premier Event in Organic Electronics!

5th International Symposium for Flexible Organic Electronics (ISFOE12)
http://isfoe.physics.auth.gr
2-5 July 2012, Thessaloniki, Greece


DID YOU SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT YET? You only have 10 Days (Deadline: 20 April 2012)
to become a part of the largest Scientific & Research Event
in Organic Electronics (OEs)!
Abstract Submission at http://isfoe.physics.auth.gr/abstracts.html


ISFOE12 is rapidly growing to become a huge success, and its numbers already exceed the 2011 figures:
- KEYNOTE & INVITED Presentations that daily increasing by top scientists from more than 25 countries
- High number of Abstracts by top speakers from more than 35 countries will provide in-depth understanding of several topics in OEs
- Already more than 15 Funded Projects (NMP, ICT, Energy and National) will give you access of the cutting-edge R&D in OEs


REGISTER TODAY using the EARLY REGISTRATION
at: http://isfoe.physics.auth.gr/register.html
Also, you can benefit from our available options and combine ISFOE12 with to NN12 or ISSON12 !

The ISFOE12 Program will include several Parallel Events & Special Sessions:
- OPV Workshop (combined with the NanoPV Workshop in NN12)
- Laser Technologies Workshop
- Bioelectronics Workshop (common Workshop with NN12)
- Special Session on the Strategy & R&D Projects in Europe, USA & Asia in Flexible Organic Electronics
-
Presentations of EC funded running projects on Organic Electronics
Plus, the full four-day event offers...
- Exciting social program (Welcome Reception, Official Dinner) to make your visit memorable!
- Optional excursions to popular touristic destinations to combine your visit with holidays in Greece!

ISFOE12 will take place during NANOTEXNOLOGY 2012, (http://www.nanotexnology.com)
that will also include the following well-established events:

- 9th International Conference on Nanosciences & Nanotechnologies (NN12) 3 - 6 July (http://nnconf.physics.auth.gr)
- 6th International Summer Schools on N&N "NN, Organic Electronics & Nanomedicine” (ISSON12) 30 June - 7 July (
http://nnconf.physics.auth.gr/isson.html)

- 2nd NANOTEXNOLOGY EXPO 2012, 2- 6 July (Link)


INTERESTED in becoming a SPONSOR or EXHIBITOR? Visit: http://www.nanotexnology.com/expo.html

We would kindly ask you to promote and distribute the announcement of ISFOE12 and of NANOTEXNOLOGY 2012 to your lists.

Looking forward to see you in Thessaloniki at July 2012 in ISFOE12!


Best Regards

Stergios Logothetidis

ISFOE12 Chairman

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