MAER-Net Colloquium 2021 (Athens, Greece)
We are pleased to announce that our Colloquium to go ahead, as planned, face-to-face. The program is available at https://maer-net-athens-2021.org/ as well as registration. However, there will be strict COVID protocols at the entrance into the University and during the Colloquium. Registration has now opened, and it’s early registration until Oct 1—see https://maer-net-athens-2021.org/registration/. Please read everything carefully and fill out the registration form, which you can download from this same website. All participants must fill out the registration form and send it to our host, Professors Michael Chletsos.
The 2021 MAER-Net Colloquium will be held at University of Piraeus Oct. 22-23, hosted by Professor Michael Chletsos. Piraeus is both the ancient and the modern port of Athens. Think the Battle of Salamis and Xerxes on his golden throne; think the modern gateway to all of those enchanted Greek islands. We are very grateful to Professor Michael Chletsos and the University of Piraeus for their support of research in these uncertain times. The Colloquium will be held at University of Piraeus' main building: Address: 80, M. Karaoli & A. Dimitriou St., 18534 Piraeus, Main Building.
Important Information: See the Colloquium's website for more information.
Conference will be held Friday 22 October - Saturday 23 October, 2021
Location: the University of Piraeus, Greece, 80, M. Karaoli & A. Dimitriou St., 18534 Piraeus.
Keynote speakers are: John P.A. Ioannidis and Pedro Bom, see Colloquium website for more information.
We look forward to seeing old friends and making new ones in 2021.
Call for papers
The deadline for presentation proposals has past. But you are still welcome to attend and to participate.
More information about the University of Piraeus, registration, hotels, and transportation is available at the Colloquium's website and the program is here.
Registration has now opened, and it’s early registration until Oct 1—see https://maer-net-athens-2021.org/registration/.