3rd International Symposium on Statistical Process Control

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Piraeus – Our Neighborhood

There can be no better introduction or advertisement for Piraeus (Pireas) than the famous song ‘Ta paidia tou Pirea’, composed by Manos Hadjidakis and sang by Melina Mercouri in the film ‘Never on Sunday’ (1960). Of course Piraeus today is a modern city, very different compared to the 60’s but walking around - also near the Piraeus metro station- one can still find corners, small streets and old shops where the atmosphere of the film and that era still lingers. 

 

Piraeus Aerial-view 3451   Piraeus is encompassed almost on all sides by sea and its life was always linked to the sea. The University of Piraeus is located at the city center, less than a 5 min stroll from the seafront. One could start exploring the city by walking from Pasalimani to Mikrolimano.
 

More information about the history of Piraeus can be found here. Opposite Piraeus metro station the Port of Piraeus is located from where ferries to Aegean islands depart. 

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Latest News

  • For information about the Special Issue of the journal please click here.

     

     

     

  • The Full Scientific Programme is now released. It can be seen by clicking here.

     

     


  • We are pleased to share with you that as it appears about 50 researchers will participate in the 3rd ISSPC and about 35 presentations will be given. Colleagues from more than 15 countries will present their work.

  • The length of each presentation will be 20 minutes (plus 5 minutes for questions and discussion).

     

     


  • The weather of Piraeus on the time of the conference is expected to be a typical summer having a minimum of 20-23 and a maximum of 32-34 Celsius degrees.

  • For a list of the researchers that have confirmed their participation in the 3rd International Symposium on Statistical Process Control (ISSPC 2013) since the 30th of March please Click here.



Important Notes

3rd ISSPC organising committee would like to thank all the participants for coming to Piraeus and participating in the Symposium. Colleagues from 15 countries have presented their work (all continents have been represented).