Visa Information

Authors and attendees outside EU are advised to arrange their Visas the soonest possible.

When requesting for a visa or invitation letter, please provide the below pieces of information:
- Full name, Job title, Department, Job address, Home address
- Title of the paper, Paper number which is supplied by easychair
- Passport number, Date of issue and date of expiry, Citizenship

Information regarding Visas can be found at the Hellenic Republic Ministry of Foreign Affairs at and at the Official website of the Greek Tourism Organisation at


A limited number of rooms has been reserved in the conference venue (Titania Hotel) for the participants with special prices, as listed below.

Please have in mind that August is a very busy month in Athens and rooms fill up quickly.

Please proceed to reservation by filling this form and mailing it to the Reservation’s Department of the Titania hotel:

Details of the Titania Hotel and room prices are listed below.

Titania Hotel ****
Conference Venue

  • Single room: 80 € including American buffet breakfast & Wi-Fi
  • Double room: 90 € including American buffet breakfast & Wi-Fi
  • Supplement for Superior rooms +10 € per room, per night

  • Rooms will be assigned on a “first-come, first-served” basis;
  • The above mentioned rates are valid per room and per night including American buffet breakfast, with all taxes and service charges and are net, excluding the daily city tax;
  • Forms received without payment will not be taken into consideration;
  • A confirmation will be sent to acknowledge the request of reservation by the TITANIA HOTEL by e-mail or fax.


52 Panepistimiou str, Athens
Tel: +30 210 33 26 000



Take the metro line M3 from the Athens International Airport (direction Agia Marina) and change at Syntagma station for metro line M2 (direction Anthoupoli). The nearest stop is Panepistimio (5 min walk) or take the bus route X95 from the Athens International Airport, stop at Syntagma square and then take the metro line M2 (direction Anthoupoli). The nearest stop is Panepistimio (5 min walk).

Travel Information

Each year Greece welcomes visitors from all over the world. In summer of course tourist movement soars as the Greek sun is synonymous with freedom and a carefree lifestyle, yet the country’s mild climate and many attractions, along with its excellent infrastructure, have made Greece a favourite destination in winter too. 

One can travel to Greece in many different ways: by road, plane, train or sea. Major roads link Greece with Europe and Asia. The country’s airports provide top-notch services. Rail connections with Europe allow for a lovely nostalgic journey. And last but not least, Greek ports welcome ocean-going ships and local ferries all year round.

By plane, ship, train or car, or even a combination of transportation means, traveling to Greece is relatively simple and quick, even though it is situated at the southernmost corner of Europe and the Balkan Peninsula!

Go to information on airports, railway stations, bus stations & ports in Greece.



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About Athens

Athens is the historical capital of Europe, with a long history, dating from the first settlement in the Neolithic age. In the 5th Century BC (the “Golden Age of Pericles”) – the culmination of Athens’ long, fascinating history – the city’s values and civilization acquired a universal significance. Over the years, a multitude of conquerors occupied Athens, and erected unique, splendid monuments - a rare historical palimpsest. In 1834, it became the capital of the modern Greek state and in two centuries since it has become an attractive modern metropolis with unrivalled charm. (read more)
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