Scientist in charge: Prof. Dr Goran Stojanović
As the main research and higher education institution of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, Serbia - the University of Novi Sad (UNS) is one of the very rare campus-oriented universities in the South and East Europe. With its inherent diversity (6 official languages and 23 nationalities) and long-lasting tradition in entrepreneurship, the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina (north part of Serbia) has been always in the forefront of the economical development in the region, with the strong ambition to keep this place in future, by supporting new developments and emerging areas in research and technology. The UNS gained significant international reputation as a point of excellence for several areas of modern electronics. These include printable electronics, sensors, microfluidic devices and medical electronics. The initial step in increasing the research potential of UNS with cutting-edge technologies – organic and nano electronics (known as post silicon electronics) has already been achieved.
Scientist in charge: Dr Mario Carioni
The IIT participates to the GREENELIT project proposal through the recently established Center for Nano Science and Technology (CNST), located in Milan, where the research line “Printed and Molecular Electronics” is active. CNST, through the “Printed and Molecular Electronics” (PME) line, led by Dr Mario Caironi, has developed a strong expertise in the printed and flexible electronics field, in particular of the processing of organic semiconductors for micro-electronic and opto-electronic applications. PME has a solid know-how in printing technologies of functional materials (e.g. inkjet, flexography, bar-coating, slot-die coating, screen printing) and has developed fully-printed, fully transparent, all polymer, complementary integrated circuits and photodetectors.
Scientist in charge: Prof. Dr Alireza Dolatshahi‐Pirouz
DTU is an international elite technical university where education, scientific consulting, and innovation rest on a solid foundation of world-class research. The University is at the academic and multidisciplinary forefront of the technical and the natural sciences—with new initiatives in a number of demanding engineering disciplines, including sustainable energy technology and life science. #TeamBioEngine, at DTU Nanotech is included in this project. Currently, the group is a part of the newly launch department, Health Technology, and their research lies at the crossroads of biology, engineering, physics, chemistry and materials. #TeamBioEngine aim to create advanced material innovations based on bioinspired discoveries, and they believe such bioinspired materials and complex nanostructures will drive the engine of the next big revolution in material science. They are trying to explore interesting green solutions in the fields of nanomedicine, electronics and tissue engineering.
Secondment from UNS to IITThe second part of the secondment at the partner institution Italian Institute of Technology (IIT) Milan, Italy, Zeljko Popovic (@zeki.popovic ), from UNS, performed in the […]
Secondment from UNS to DTUDr Danica Piper from the University of Novi Sad (UNS), Serbia, has her secondment to Denmark Technical University (DTU), Denmark, in the period from 30.10.2022 to […]
Two researchers, Hamidreza Gharibi and Morteza AlehosseiniTwo researchers, Hamidreza Gharibi and Morteza Alehosseini, from the Technical University of Denmark, Denmark, performed their secondments (in the period from 24.07.2022 to 14.08.2022) at the […]
The GREENELIT consortium organizes a summer schoolThe GREENELIT consortium organizes a summer school in the period from 25.07.2022 to 28.07.2022, in Novi Sad, Serbia. This summer school represents combination of lectures delivered […]
Virtual trainingOne of the planned activities in the framework of the GREENELIT project is organization of virtual trainings by EU-leading institutions, members of the consortium IIT and […]