Nanotexnology Multi-Event in Thessaloniki in July

For the second year running, Thessaloniki is hosting ΝΑΝΟΤΕΧNOLOGY 2012 (, a multi-varied array of international scientific, technological and entrepreneurial events, co-organized by the LTFN Nanotechnology Laboratory of AUTH and HELEXPO S.A. at “I. Vellidis” Congress Center, from 30 June to 7 July 2012.


This year’s event, which is talking place following the success of NANOTEXNOLOGY 2011 which attracted over 600 presentations and 2,000 special scientists, researchers and professionals, is being organized with the support of the Alexander Innovation Zone and other Greek and foreign organizations, under the auspices of the General Secretariat for Research and Technology of the Ministry of Education, Lifelong Learning & Religious Affairs, the General Secretariat of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Municipality of Thessaloniki. The events include:

  • the 2nd International Exhibition on Nanotechnologies & Organic Electronics NΑΝΟΤΕΧNOLOGY 2012 Expo” (2-6 July),
  • the 5th International Symposium on Flexible Organic Electronics “ISFOE-12” (2-5 July),
  • the 9th International Conference on Nanosciences & Nanotechnologies “NN12” (3-6 July) and
  • the 6th International Summer School on Nanosciences & Nanotechnologies, Organic Electronics & Nanomedicine “ISSON12” (30 June-7 July).   

The international conferences ISFOE12 and NN12, along with the summer school ISSON12, have been organized for eight consecutive years in the area of Thessaloniki since 2004 and are now recognized as the most important scientific events in the field of Nanotechnologies & Organic Electronics in SEEurope, a fact which underlines the Greek excellence in these sectors and strengthens the country’s relevant potential.

In his message, the President of the Organizing Committee of NANOTEXNOLOGY 2012, Mr S. Logothetidis notes: The support of Greek stakeholders and the active participation of companies, as well as academic and research institutions, is considered to be of utmost importance in order to highlight the level of excellence of Greece in this field, enhance regional development, strengthen the role of Greece in the sectors of Nanotechnology and Organic Electronics, and promote our country abroad”.



More specifically, NANOTEXNOLOGY 2012 includes:

  • NΑΝΟΤΕΧNOLOGY 2012 Expo - 2nd International Exhibition on Nanotechnologies & Organic Electronics (2-6 July)

ΝΑΝΟΤΕΧNOLOGY 2012 Expo is an excellent opportunity to come into contact with the Technology and Industry of Nanotechnology, mainly from the region of SEEurope, with companies which are active in the fields of Nanotechnology, Organic Electronics and their applications, academic and research institutions that wish to exploit the outcome of their research, etc. Visitors will be able to follow the whole range of cutting-edge technologies that are based on nanotechnologies, along with the innovative products and services they offer. (

  • ISFOE-12 - 5th International Symposium on Flexible Organic Electronics  (2-5 July)

ISFOE-12 is one of the most important international conferences as regards the science and technology of Flexible Organic Electronics. The aim of ISFOE is to bring together scientists and engineers who are involved in the research, development and manufacture of Flexible Organic Electronics, with applications in energy, lighting, etc. (

  • NN12 - 9th International Conference on Nanosciences & Nanotechnologies (3-6 July)

The internationally acclaimed conference NN12 marks the annual meeting of scientists, researchers, engineers and companies that specialize and are interested in the new scientific and technological achievements emerging in the field of Ν&Ν, which cover the fields of electronics, energy, the environment, health, transport, security, education etc. (

  • ISSON12 - 6th International Summer School on Nanosciences & Nanotechnologies, Organic Electronics & Nanomedicine (30 June-7 July)

ISSON12 aims to provide training to young researchers, higher education graduates and executives in the research and production industry, with regard to the sectors of Nanotechnologies, Organic Electronics and Nanomedicine.          (


For more information, please visit the website or contact the Conference Secretariat, ARTION Conferences & Events, at: Tel. 2310 257813 (Nanotexnology line), 2310 252330, Fax: 2310 272276 and email:  

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