A new successful installation of In-Line Metrology/Quality Control Tools took place in the Center of Organic & Printed Electronics, Lab for Thin Films Nanosystems & Nanometrology (LTFN), Outstanding Unit of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. The Spectroscopic Ellipsometry system (SE) and the Raman Spectroscopy system (RS) were installed onto AUTh’s Roll-to-Roll Pilot Line for the Real-Time Quality Control, in terms of SMARTONICS Project. These tools are essential for Real-Time monitoring and the optimization of each printed layer during the production of Flexible Organic Electronics.
Partners Involned: Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh), Horiba Jobin-Yvon (HJY), Organic Electronic Technologies (OET).
OET participated at Printed Electronics Europe 2015 - 11th exhibition & conference which took place at 28-29 April 2015, in Berlin, Germany.
Thank you all for visiting our booth. Below you can find some photos from the event.
Highlight of our booth, the New Semi-Transparent Flexible Solar Cells demonstrator.
The 24th month consortium meeting of the SMARTONICS FP7 Project was successfully held at Univercity of Oxford, UK 7-9 January 2015. OET participated in the Meeting and useful discussions were made about the next steps of the project.
OET participated in 7th ROleMak Workshop on 18-19 December in Thessaloniki, Greece at Porto Palace Hotel with the following oral presentations:
Thank you all for visiting our booth with HOPE-A.
OET would like to thank LTFN Lab for the very interesting lab tour to their new facilities.
Dr. Demosthenes C. Koutsogeorgis from School of Science and Technology, Nottingham Trent University, UK visited our facilities. We had the opportunity to attend his lecture about "Laser Processing of Thin Films for Flexible Electronics" οn Thursday 11 December 2014.