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Poised for Final Year Success

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 results in low-cost printing of on-chip RFID antenna and maskless printing of fingerprint sensors will be achieved. #printed electronics, #additive manufacturing

From the left to right, Ayala Kabla (PV Nano Cell), Darshana Kariyapperuma (PragmatIC), Derek McKenzie (Modus), Simon Tuohy (Oxford Lasers), Ioanna Zergioti (NTUA - host), Marina Makrygianni (NTUA), Agamemnon Kalaitzis (NTUA), Ioannis Theodorakos (NTUA), Patrick Too (Flexenable), Jonathan Ankri (Orbotech), Alon Melamed (Orbotech - Coordinator), Semyon Melamed (PV Nano Cell), Gari Arutinov (TNO), Filimon Zacharatos (NTUA) and Shane Norval (Flexenable)

 

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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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