The symposium will be held at "N. Koumoutsos" Room at the NTUA School of Engineering building. [Google Map][Map in PDF format]

Symposium Format

The Maria Flytzani-Stephanopoulos Symposium will be held in-person only.

All talks will be delivered in English

Registration Fees

Registration to the Symposium is free of charge.

COVID-19 Health and Safety Rules

The Organizing Committee is really concerned about the current health issues related to COVID-19 disease and the attendees’ safety is our priority. The organizing committee has ensured that the venue complies with all security requirements set by the Greek State and authorities to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Greek borders are open to visitors, with some restrictions in place, which depend on the country of arrival. Before arriving in Greece, check the Covid – 19 information for travellers on the Greek Travel website to find all current entry restrictions and requirements and ensure have all requested documentation.

All participants must remember that, to access the conference room, is necessary:

  • To wear a FFP2 or FFP3 face mask in all areas of the venue (masks with valves non permitted);
  • Not to have a body temperature higher than 37,5°C or any other flu symptom (cough and/or sore throat and/or cold);
  • Not to be currently under quarantine provision or fiduciary isolation;
  • Not having been in contact with people testing positive to Covid-19 in the last 14 days.

All participants shall behave adequately to minimize the risk of transmission:

  • Maintain at least 1 metre distance from each other;
  • Avoid hugs and handshakes;
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth;
  • Cough and sneeze into a disposable tissue or into the crease of your elbow;
  • Wash hands frequently and thoroughly with soap and water, or alternatively use hand sanitisers;
  • Wear FFP2 / FFP3 face mask in all indoor areas of the conference venue;
  • In case of temperature (higher than 37,5°C) or any other flu symptom (cough and/or sore throat and/or cold) stay at home and call your doctor or emergency numbers indicated by the regional medical service.