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Seven Sigma P.C. provides high quality consulting services with key axes research and innovation. Its services’ portfolio includes among others:
• Preparation of scientific research and conduct of experimental and technological development of interdisciplinary character
• Support in the implementation of research projects and experimental applications, in the development of new products and the commercialization of research findings
• Patent analysis and mapping • Evaluation of existing cutting-edge technologies
• Detection and evaluation of emerging economic, social and technological trends on a global scale.
• Support in matters of know-how transfer and introduction of new technology in commercial/industrial environments.
• Support in innovation management issues
The company’s consulting network expands beyond the Greek borders, while its associates include academic and research institutions active in various technological and scientific sectors. In order to achieve the successful execution of the projects that undertakes, Seven Sigma utilizes innovative methodologies, state-of-the-art tools for patent mapping, inventive problem solving and innovation management. The company has significant experience in the implementation of projects of high scientific standards, having undertaken 41 projects with a total budget of over 930.000 €.

The Laboratory of Electronic Sensors is one of the 25 laboratories of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering of the National Technical University of Athens. The laboratory team has extensive experience in magnetic materials and their applications in sensors and systems and the design of new devices for testing and qualifications. The Laboratory of Electronic Sensors develops its research activity in many scientific fields (including energy), related to experimental measurements, electronic sensors and process analysis. The research team has extensive experience in both solar energy utilization and computational fluidics, the two key areas on which will be based the successful development of the proposed system for increasing the efficiency of photovoltaic systems. This experience is confirmed both by the large number of publications of Faculty Members and researchers involved in the project and also the participation in research projects related to the individual tasks of the proposal.

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Operational Programme “WESTERN GREECE” 2014-2020
With the co-financing of Greece and of the European Union