Dear Colleagues,

We are pleased to invite you to NANOTEX 2011 (, a multiple event on Nanotechnologies & Organic Electronics
from July 9-16, 2011
in Thessaloniki, Greece. All events of NANOTEX 2011(Conferences, Summer Schools and Expo) are hosted
in the same building complex and are organised by LTFN of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and HELEXPO SA, supported by the
Innovation Zone of Thessaloniki.

4th International Symposium for Organic Electronics 2011 (ISFOE11) at 10-13 July 2011
Is the premier scientific & research event in Organic Electronics devoted to scientists, engineers and industrials from more than
30 countries on the latest developments on organic electronic, printable materials, device structures, system integrations,
manufacturing, applications and business opportunities

The deadline for abstract submission is 17 April 2011.
All the information regarding the abstract submission and registration fees will be announced in the ISFOE11 website soon.

The 8th International Conference on Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies 2011 (NN11)
) will take place at 12-15 July 2011, in Thessaloniki, Greece.

The NN11 is the Internationally established world-class event in N&N focusing on the latest advances on N&N
while promoting profound scientific discussions between scientists and researchers from different disciplines. 
The Conference has been established since 2004. Last year’s NN10, was attended by 400 participants from 35 countries with
3 Workshops: Organic Electronics - Photonics & NanoElectronics, Nanomaterials - NanoFabrication & NanoConstruction, 
Nanomedicine & Nanobiotechnology.

The deadline for abstract submission is 17 April 2011.
All the information regarding the abstract submission and registration fees will be announced in the NN11 website soon.

5th International Summer School on N&N 2011 (ISSON11) at 9,10 & 16 July 2011,
which will include several lectures from
internationally acknowledged experts in NN, Organic Electronics and Nanomedicine.
Last year more than 60 students have attended the ISSON with great success. (

The NANOTEX 2011
EXPO (11-15 July 2011) is designed to become a focal meeting point among the
global emerging Nanotech industry and private enterprises, primarily from S.E. Europe, interested in the Nanotech field
and its commercial potential.

In writing this letter, I kindly ask you to support NN11, ISSON11 and IS-FOE11 by bringing this information to the attention of
any potential participant.     

We are looking forward for your submissions and to see you in Thessaloniki in 2011!

Best Regards

On behalf of the Organizing Committee

Stergios Logothetidis
NANOTEX 2011 Chairman

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