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One of the oldest cities on Earth, Athens is a land of enchantment. A magnificent past woven with the threads of mythology and philosophy lingers within this cosmopolitan metropolis. Ancient temples and museums testify to the unrivaled history of this fabled place where Socrates strode, and Athena was worshiped. Stylish nightclubs, top-rated restaurants and excellent shops attest to the city’s status as a modern destination for the most sophisticated traveler. Above it all, the Parthenon crowns the Acropolis as it has for over two millennia, a most fitting symbol for the city where civilization was born.

Ancient history and modern technology merge in this Greek metropolis.
A city of tradition, where style is never sacrificed, and craftsmanship thrives.
Astonishing feasts unfold in unparalleled settings, awash with the hum of antiquity.
Alluring shopping and unforgettable day excursions abound


Conference Location

The conference will be held in the Titania Hotel, in the heart of Athens, walking distance from Omonia Square. The hotel offers excellent meeting facilities in the heart of this European Capital. A block reservation has been arranged for participants.

Panepistimiou 52 , Athens 106 78 – Greece
Tel: [+30] 210 3326000
Fax: [+30] 210 3300700




Networking Dinner

The conference dinner will be held in the Acropolis Museum, preceded by a guided tour in the Museum.



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