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Greek Nanotechnology Scientists Acclaimed Abroad to Visit Thessaloniki

Greek scientists have over 20 nanotechnology laboratories in the USA alone.  Their teams earn significant scientific distinctions as they create innovative products with the aim of becoming successful in the global nanotechnology market. These items have already offered their teams 500-600 billion euros while in 2015, is expected to rise up to 1.5 trillion!
Twelve of these Greek scientists will visit Thessaloniki from June 30 through July 7 to participate in the international scientific conference NANOTECHNOLOGY 2012.
Among them will be Phaedon Avouris, who was nominated for the Nobel prize. Mr Avouris is the head of IBM’s scientific team.
Another prominent scientist, Efthimios Kaxiras of the Physics Department at the Harvard University, will be one of the main speakers of the conference. His research team was nominated for the Gordon Bell Award as well.
Many other distinguished Greek scientists working abroad will also attend this meeting. Professor at the Bordeaux University George Hadjiioannou but also George Malliaras, head of the Microelectronics Centre at Gardanne University in France.
Scientists from the Nanotechnology laboratory of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki work in 160 Greek laboratories while others work in 140 international laboratories. In both the EU and Greece, hundreds of innovative companies tinkering with nanotechnology applications have already been established.

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