Description and main tasks

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh) is the largest University in Greece. It consists of 45 Departments covering all scientific & technological disciplines with a total staff of around 9.000 people. The AUTh Research Committee provides administrative & financial support to EU and national funded R&D projects, technology transfer and royalty arrangements. The MUSICODE activities will be performed by the Nanotechnology Lab LTFN (www.ltfn.gr), which is established in the Physics Department of AUTh. LTFN is internationally acknowledged as a pioneer in Organic Electronics (OPVs, OLEDs, OTFTs, biosensors, etc), Plasmonics, Nanomedicine & Nanobiotechnology, Thin Film Technology & Nanoengineering, Real-time/In-line Optical Technology and Nanometrology, real-time/in-line precision Metrology, Computational & Modelling at nano to microscale, Automation and Digital Manufacturing.

Expertise related to the project

Definition of specifications and requirements for OLAE nanomaterials and devices. Selection of specific nanomaterials and device architectures (OPVs, OLEDs) that will be fabricated by R2R printing and OVPD processes. Fabrication of OLAE nanomaterials in the form of blends combining novel organic semiconductors (donors, acceptors) and luminescent nanolayers for OPVs and OLEDs, respectively. R2R printing and OVPD Pilot to Production lines and integration/adaptation of metrology tools. Development of methodologies for in-line optical measurements, data processing routes and modelling for OE nanomaterials (organic semiconductors, transparent electrodes, polymer blends, nanoparticles etc.) with the existing in-line optical metrology platform (SE, RS, PL). Development of characterization protocols for printed nanomaterials and nanolayers. Multiscale characterization of OE nanolayers and devices by state-of-the-art analytical techniques. Analysis and modelling of optical properties of OPV and OLED nanomaterials. Dissemination and exploitationa activities of the project results. Connection of the MUSICODE project with the academic, research and industrial communities, through its huge ecosystems. Communication & interaction with other EU Projects. Connection to Industrial Communities. Dissemination and exploitation activities.