The conference venue will take place at the University of Piraeus in Piraeus which is the main port of Greece, 12 km far away from Athens.
The University of Piraeus was founded as a “School of Industrial Studies” in 1938 by the Association of Industrialists and Craftsmen, in accordance with the Law N.5197/1931 and the A.N. 28/1936, in association with the Federation of Public Limited Companies Greece intending to provide economic, legal and technical education to industrial executives. With law 1268/82 the University initially operated with one Department. In 1984 (law 43/1984) the school was organized to include three departments: Economic Science, Business Administration and Statistics and Insurance Science. In June 1989, law 377/89 prescribed the renaming of the School to “University of Piraeus”. Concerning its educational role, the university is constituted of the following four schools (ten departments) which delimit its activities range:
- School of Economics, Business and International Studies;
- School of Finance and Statistics;
- School of Maritime and Industrial Studies; and
- School of Information and Communication Technologies.
The institute promotes specialised knowledge and training through the 23 postgraduate programmes it offers.
University of Piraeus is located in Piraeus very close to the sea. Piraeus is a city of Attica and the most important port of Greece and the East Mediterranean coast.
University of Piraeus
Address: 80, M. Karaoli & A. Dimitriou St., 18534 Piraeus, Main Building