About the CORNET H2020 project

Main priority of the Horizon 2020 CORNET project is to establish an Open Innovation Environment (OIE) scheme to coordinate the current efforts in the triangle of manufacturing, modelling and experimentation of Organic/Large Area Electronic (OLAE), with the scope to achieve widespread adoption of relevant protocols and standards and faster market uptake of innovations.

About the CORNET OIE Platform

The CORNET OIE Platform is an interactive web-based, well-organized and friendly environment that interconnects entities from the academic, research, industrial and business communities interested in the triangle of Manufacturing, Modeling and Experimentation of the Organic/Large Area Electronics (OLAE) and their commercialization.

Via the CORNET OIE Platform, the users are able to communicate with each other to solve common problems in the OLAE field, map the competences and infrastructure of their organization and notify the community about their current activities!

Grab the chance to engage with already existing and newly formed clusters, industrial and academic research entities, standardization bodies and other OIE schemes by registering to the CORNET OIΕ Platform!

Key Features of the CORNET OIE Platform

The CORNET OIE Platform composes an Innovation Hub which incorporates:

  • A Communication Platform for Networking & Clustering purposes
  • Competence and Activities Catalogues of the registered Organizations
  • Infrastructure Lists of the registered Organization, Companies etc.
  • Mobility and Training opportunities

Why Join the CORNET OIE Platform community?

By participating in the CORNET OIE Platform you can:

  • Explore the OLAE Community: Get in contact with experts and key players, explore all the new trends and hot topics, seek for new ideas and gain access to state-of-the-art solutions for you.
  • Be easily Tracked: Sign-up and fill in your organization’s competences, activities & interests and get easily traceable to related parties looking for collaborations, partnerships, suppliers, etc.
  • Make yourself visible: Submit your questions, ideas, clarifications, suggestions or arguments in the specially designed discussion board. Post the topic you want to discuss and experience the unique interaction with other users!
  • Communicate: Connect with the rest of the registered users and send a direct message or an email. So easy and straightforward!
  • Network: Widen your network, create synergies and contacts with stakeholders, combine different specialties and establish new collaborations!
  • Be trained: Increase your innovation capacity, exchange information and skills!

You can join by clicking here.

 For your assistance click on the following step-by-step registration guide:

 

 

LTFN participates in the 2019 MRS Fall Meeting on 1-6 December 2019, in Boston Massachusetts. The world's foremost international scientific gathering for materials research, the MRS meeting showcases leading interdisciplinary research in both fundamental and applied areas presented by scientists from around the world.

Symposium Sessions that cover the following clusters on Materials:

  • Broader Impact (BI)
  • Electronic, Photonic and Magnetic Materials (EL)
  • Energy and Environment (EN)
  • Fabrication of Functional Materials and Nanomaterials (FF)
  • Materials for Quantum Technology (MQ)
  • Materials Theory, Computation and Characterization (MT)
  • Mechanical Behavior and Structural Materials (MS)
  • Soft Materials and Biomaterials (SB)

Find more information here!

Prof. S. Logothetidis, Director of the Nanotechnology Lab LTFN & President of HOPE-A will attend the Business & Technology Insight Forums in Stuttgart, Germany on 3-4 December 2019. During this two-day event, interesting topics on electric vehicles and energy storage will be highlighted and will be presented by the IDTechEx analysts and experts!

The event includes six separated forums that provide critical business intelligence on emerging technologies in the following field:

  • Technology assessment
  • Market forecasts
  • Key players
  • Industry structure
  • Case studies and application trends
  • Value chain and opportunities

You will find more information here!

Nano|Net network and its members Nanotechnology Lab LTFN, OET and HOPE-A association, participated in the IDTechEx USA 2019 Show with the latest emerging technologies which took place at Santa Clara!

In the exhibition area at the booth V18, LTFN presented the innovations, activities and vision in the fields of Flexible & Printed Electronics, 3D Printing & 3D Bioprinting, Digital and Additive Manufacturing, In-line Precision,Metrology & Quality Control of Processes & Open Innovation for manufacturing of OPVs and OLEDs, while OET demonstrated innovative products for Energy and Lighting in Automotive, Buildings, Wearables, Smart Packaging and IoT.

  

LTFN & HOPE-A will attend the event that focuses on Artificial Intelligence and Digital Innovation Hubs for European Industry beyond 2020.

The digitalization of the European Industry aims to help companies, researchers and public authorities to develop the new technologies. The main target is to create strategic partnerships and strong networks in order to boost investment opportunities. The new industrial revolution, driven by new-generation information technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT), cloud computing, big data, and data analytics, robotics and 3D printing.

You can find more info here.

As our society is moving forward, we have to deal with even more complicated and demanding challenges, introduce, embrace and apply all the state-of-the-art applications that have a great impact in today’s and tomorrow’s life. Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence are two of the hottest topics especially for the Industry of tomorrow. Industrial IoT improves efficiency, monitoring, and productivity! According to several types of research, the use of this technology in industrial settings could add $14.2tr. to the global economy of 2030!

Prof. S. Logothetidis Director of Nanotechnology Lab LTFN & President of HOPE-A Association attended the IoT Solutions World Congress, the largest IoT event in the world which held on 29-31 October in Barcelona in order to explore all the new trends, new ideas, solutions and get connected with industry stakeholders to establish new partnerships.

  

The Zero defect manufacturing workshop was held on 24 October in Brussels and brought together key stakeholders to shape the future landscape of European manufacturing.

During this workshop, Prof. St.Logothetidis Director of Nanotechnology Lab LTFN gave a presentation as the coordinator of the EU project Smartline. This project aims to create intelligent and zero-defect manufacturing processes, in order to avoid failures, to increase the reliability and safety of manufacturing systems and reach the zero-defect quality of products.

 

Nano|Net together with LTFN, OET, and HOPE-A participated in the Workshop on “Smart Bioelectronic and Wearable Systems” that took place on 22-23 October in Brussels. This two - day EC workshop presented topics covering smart systems across Key Digital technologies. Great emphasis was given on bio-electronics, bio-photonics, and flexible and wearable electronics. This event also highlighted the role of Bioelectronics and Flexible & Wearable Electronics in the context of the Digital R&I Agenda, such as Edge Computing, Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, and Cybersecurity.

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Dr. Ria Pechlivani, R&D&I manager of OET, presented a wearable kit with integrated flexible printed organic electronic products for energy, lighting and IoT interaction. Furthermore, in the properly formed exhibition area, running and completed EU-funded projects had the chance to present their results via demonstrators and visuals. LTFN is the coordinator and both OET and HOPE-A are partners of the consortium of the two EU projects Smartline and CORNET.

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Image on the left: On the left Prof. Logothetidis Director of Nanotechnology Lab LTFN & President of HOPE-A Association and on the right Dr. Argiris Laskarakis Head of Organic Electronics Group Nanotechnology Lab LTFN. Image on the right: On the left Dr. Ria Pechlivani, R&D&I manager of OET and on the right Dr. Argiris Laskarakis Head of Organic Electronics Group Nanotechnology Lab LTFN.

Smartline is the project that will create intelligent and zero-defect manufacturing processes by developing robust and non-destructive in-line metrology tools and process control platform to achieve the reliable and closed-loop manufacturing of Organic Electronic devices (OPVs and OLEDs for lighting) by Roll-to-Roll Printing and Organic Vapour Phase Deposition (OVPD) pilot lines. More information available here. CORNET is the project that will develop a unique EU Open Innovation Environment (OIE) covering the triangle of manufacturing, modeling, and experimentation in order to optimize the Organic/Large Area Electronic (OE) materials, materials' behavior and nano-devices (OPVs, PPVs, OLEDs) manufacturing processes. More information available here.

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LTFN will participate at the 45th International Conference on Micro & Nano Engineering (MNE 2019) taking place on 23-26 September 2019, in Rhodes, Greece. You can find more info here.

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