Welcome to OREA 2010


OREA Summer School is the 1st Erasmus Intensive Program that is organized in Greece and its topics are devoted to the modern technology of Organic Electronics and its Applications.

OREA is the acronym of the words: Organic Electronics and Applications. The school it will take place at the Department of Electronics of the Technological Educational Institute of Crete in Chania, Crete, Greece. The course it will last from the 5th of July until the 16th of July 2010.

The aim of this Intensive Program is to introduce the participants to the modern technology of the Organic Electronics and bridge the gaps that exist in the conventional curriculum educational programs of the Higher Educational Institutes.

The themes that are going to be covered is a result of cooperation between academics of the following Universities: Oxford University, University of St-Andrews, Imperial College of London, Linkoping University, University of Cyprus, Technological University of Cyprus and Technological Educational Institute of Crete.

The registrations have been terminated. Thank you for your participation and we hope to enjoy the event.

Best regards

Dr Kostantinos Petridis (TEI of Crete - Scientific Coordinator of OREA 2010)

Professor Ioannis Kaliakatsos (TEI of Crete)

Dr Henry Snaith (Oxford University)

Dr Thomas Anthopoulos (Imperial College of London)

Dr Graham Turnbull (The University of St-Andrews)

Professor Olle Inganas (Linkoping University)

Dr Grigorios Itskos (University of Cyprus)

Dr  Stelios Choulis (Cyprus University of Technology)

Mrs Popi Tsitou (Administrative Coordinator of OREA 2010)

Organizing committee of OREA 2010


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