Enabling Artificial Intelligence In Nano-manufacturing Of Printed Electronics By In-Line Metrology And Control
Estrel Convention Center, Berlin, Germany
15:20 - 15:40
Speaker Biography (Argiris Laskarakis)
Dr. A. Laskarakis is the Head of the Organic Electronics Group of the Nanotechnology Lab LTFN & Center for Organic and Printed Electronics of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece.
He is specialist in the fabrication of flexible organic electronics nanomaterials (organic semiconductors, transparent electrodes, barriers for encapsulation, flexible substrates) and devices (e.g. organic photovoltaics, organic thin film transistors) by vacuum and printing methods. Also he is expert in optical metrology of inorganic, organic and hybrid nanostructured materials by IR-Vis-fUV Spectroscopic Ellipsometry, and Raman Spectroscopy as well as on the computational modelling of optical properties of inorganic-organic-hybrid thin films.
His work includes more than 56 peer-reviewed publications in International Scientific Journals, 3 book chapters, more than 70 presentations in International Scientific Conferences, and since 1998 he has particiapted in more than 14 EU funded R&D projects. Finally, for the past 9 years he is responsible for the organization of the International Symposium on Flexible Organic Electronics (ISFOE).
Company Profile (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki)
The Nanotechnology Lab LTFN, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki is a center of excellence in Organic Electronics (OPVs, OLEDs, OTFTs, Biosensors), Thin Films, Nanomaterials, Vacuum/Printing Technologies, Nanomedicine, Optical Technology, Nanometrology. LTFN established the Center of Organic & Printed Electronics for OE Research/Manufacturing with 3 Cutting Edge Technologies (and unique pilot lines: R2R, OVPD, S2S) for Energy, Lighting, Electronics, NanoBiomedicine, Wearables, Smart Packaging, Greenhouses, Buildings and IoT Solutions. LTFN coordinates many EU Projects (e.g., Smartonics), the Hellenic Organic & Printed Electronics Association (HOPE-A), the NANONET Network (430 members worldwide) and the NANOTEXNOLOGY multi-event, bringing all stakeholders together and building an innovation ecosystem.