MAER-Net Colloquium 2021 (Athens, Greece)

The 2021 MAER-Net Colloquium will be held at University of Piraeus, face-to-face, unless the Greek government prohibits all such conferences.  We are likely to know this by August or early September, and you can register after that.  

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Event details


We are pleased to announce that 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. 

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, 12k from Athens' city center.

  • Keynote speakers are: John P.A. Ioannidis and Pedro Bom, see Colloquium website for more information.

  • Long abstracts or papers for proposed presentations will be due July 31, 2021.

  • We look forward to seeing old friends and making new ones in 2021.


Call for papers

We encourage submissions of new papers, works in progress, tools under development, and especially research by PhD students.  Published papers are also acceptable if they have not been presented at MAER-Net previously. 

Abstracts may be up to four pages long to document the completion of your meta-analysis. Send them or a full paper to Tom Stanley:  ( or We look forward to receiving your proposals and to seeing you in University of Piraeus.  Proposals will be accepted on a rolling basis or by August 20th at the latest.



More information about the University of Piraeus, registration, hotels, and transportation is available at the Colloquium's website.  



Registration is not currently open now but will be by August, or sooner, at the University of Piraeus' Colloquium website.