5th International

Conference on Nanosciences & Nanotechnologies - NN08 (14-16 July 2008)


Parallel Events


International Symposium for Flexible Organic Electronics (ISFOE) (http://nn.physics.auth.gr/isfoe)
Pallini Hotel, Halkidiki, Greece

The International Symposium on Flexible Organic Electronics (ISFOE), will take place in the Pallini Hotel (http://pallini.focusgreece.gr/) in Halkidiki, Greece, on July 10-11, 2008.

The purpose of the Symposium is to bring together scientists and engineers actively engaged in the research, development, and manufacturing for Flexible Organic Electronics including organic/inorganic materials, flexible substrates, manufacturing processes, circuit designs, flexible devices, system integrations and product applications, and to discuss current progresses in this emerging field.

The IS-FOE will provide access to a variety of contents including organic electronic printable materials, device structures, system integrations, manufacturing processes, product applications and business opportunities.

In order to emphasize the symposium’s focuses, we’ve invited outstanding researchers and executives of leading organizations from around the world to share their research and manufacturing experiences. As the flexible organic electronics industry starts to grow, the ISFOE conference is held to explore how this emerging industry, and where it will go from here.

Welcoming Event : "Strategy of Europe in Organic Electronics"

A Welcome Opening Event will take place at 9th July afternoon (19:00-21:30). In this Event, officials from European Commission (EC) wil present the next steps of the Strategy of EC in Organic Electronics. Also, selected presentations will follow from Co-ordinators of leading FP6 and FP7 R&D EU and German Projects in the field that will show details about their breakthroughs, future activities and prospects.

Symposium Topics

Organic electronic materials (small molecule and polymers)
Organic/inorganic and hybrid materials and systems,
Flexible substrates & encapsulation methods & materials
Molecular electronics and photonics
Self organized systems
Manufacturing processes (printing, vacuum, chemical)
Flexible displays & lighting
Flexible solar cells
Flexible circuits, sensors and fuel cells
Theory & modelling (materials, components and devices)