The event will take place from the 19th to the 24th October 2017 at the Technopolis City of Athens.
The conference official language is English. Simultaneous translation into Greek will be provided in selected sessions.
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The commercial Exhibition will be hosted at the Technopolis City of Athens, New Retorts Building. If you want to participate as an exhibitor, contact the Conference Secretariat or Venetia Kyritsi
Greek is the official language of Greece. English is widely spoken.
Greek time is Eastern European Time Zone (GMT +02.00).
The average temperature in October in Athens is 19°C (66°F), while the average low is 15°C (59°C), and the average high is 23°C (73°F). The middle of the month sees slightly cooler days with more overcast skies (although still not many), an increased chance of rain, and an average daily temperature of 19°C (66°F).
Follow the link for the weather forecast for the Centre of Athens
The currency of Greece is the Euro.
Banks are open from Monday to Friday between 8.00 to 14.00 hours. Some Branches at the centre of the city are also open in the afternoon Monday to Friday.
Automated Teller Machines (ATM) are located outside most banks. Cash can be withdrawn there, all days 24 hours (24/7). National and foreign Maestro Cards (Cash Cards) as well as Mastercard, American Express, VISA and Diners are accepted. Major credit cards are accepted almost everywhere.
Voltage in Greece is 220V at a frequency of 50 Hz. Plugs are continental style, two-pin. A plug adaptor should be taken along for incompatible electric / electronic appliances that will be used.
Smoking is prohibited in all indoor public places and on all public transport. However, in general pubs and restaurants have a designated outdoor smoking area.
Whilst in Greece, European Union citizens may seek any help they might need (police, ambulance, fire brigade, coast guard) by dialing the number 112 from anywhere in Greece. The number is answered by English-speaking staff, and may be dialed from public telephones or mobile telephones.