We are proud to announce that HiperLAM partner, Professor Ioanna Zergioti of NTUA's paper "Copper micro-electrode fabrication using laser printing and laser sintering processes for on-chip antennas on flexible integrates circuits" has been chosen for inclusion in Spotl...

The results of the HiperLAM project were presented at the 24th International Conference on Micro & Nano Engineering in Rhodes, Greece 23rd-26th September 2019. 

NTUA presented their poster titled "Copper micro-electrode fabrication using laser printing and laser sinteri...

HiperLAM project partner, Ioanna Zergioti of NTUA was an invited keynote speakers at the 27th International Conference on Advanced Laser Technologies (ALT) which took place in Prague, Czech Republic 15th - 20th September 2019. 

Her talk titled "Laser Induced Forward Tra...

HiperLAM project partners, Oxford Laser, headed to Hawaii for the 15th International Conference on Laser Ablation (COLA) which took place in Maui from 8th-13th September.

Oxford Laser presented their poster titled "Strategies for ultrafast laser patterning of multilayer...

The HiperLAM project was represented at the European Congress and Exhibition on Advanced Materials and Process (EUROMAT)  in Stockholm, Sweden which took place on 1st-5th September 2019. 

Both a poster and a talk on HiperLAM results were given at the conference by...

Ioanna Zergioti of NTUA was an invited speaker at this years 3rd International Conference on Applied Surface Science (ICASS)  which took place in Pisa, Italy on 17th-20th June. 

At the conference, Ioanna presented HiperLAM results as part of her keynote talk titled...

The National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) attended the European Materials Research Society (E-MRS) in Nice, France 27th - 30th May 2019. 

They presented HiperLAM results during one of the conference's poster sessions titled "Laser Induced Forward Transfer of si...

HiperLAM is poised to achieve a clutch of significant results in LIFT (laser induced forward transfer) printing and selective laser sintering of flexible electronics in the final 12 months of activity. A productive consortium meeting in Athens confirmed that targeted r...

HiperLAM has reached an important milestone in the quest for laser-based digital printing of large area flexible electronic circuits based upon LIFT (Laser-Induced Forward Transfer) technology.

An early-stage application demonstrator features an optimal laser system con...

The HiperLAM Project had it's fifth Consortium Meeting and first Period Review in Brussels on the 18th and 19th July. 

The meeting focused on the results that have been achieved in Period 1 and allowed consortium members to present the progress of each Work Pa...

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The HIPERLAM Project is an initiative of the Photonics and Factories of the Future Public Private Partnerships and received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement No. 723879
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