Tuesday, November 10, 2015


The European Conference on Ambient Intelligence 2015 (AmI 2015) will take place in Athens from November 11 to November 13. The event will open with the workshop "Affective Interaction with Avatars" at the Hellenic Open University and it will continue with a two-day conference held at the central building of the National & Kapodistrian University of Athens.
The conference is the prime venue for research on Ambient Intelligence, with an international and interdisciplinary character. It brings together researchers from the fields of science, engineering and design working towards the vision of Ambient Intelligence. AmI 2015 will provide a meeting point for each of these communities, aiming for intensive networking and scientific debate, and shaping visions of the future. This year's event focuses on Healthcare, Well-being, Social Robots, Evaluation, City, Other Applications and New & Emerging Topics.


The 8th Credit Risk Management Conference, organized by the ICAP Group, takes place today in Athens (November 10), under the auspices of the Hellenic Bank Association.

In times when Credit Risk Management is in the spotlight, ICAP Group - the only Greek company recognized by the Bank of Greece as an External Credit Assessment Institution (ECAI) - continues this initiative to provide participants with information on the Evaluation and Management of Credit Risk by international keynote speakers and C-level executives of the Greek market.

Moreover, the agenda of this year’s event is enriched with a presentation of the results of ICAP Group’s exclusive survey on the current state of credit risk and the policies that companies need to employ in order to mitigate it.


The 10th Hellenic Language and Terminology Conference, which is dedicated to Greek lexicographer Emmanuel Kriaras (1906-2014) and supported by the Representation of the European Commission in Greece, will take place in Athens from November 12 to November 14. The opening session of the event will be held in the Aula of the University of Athens, while the conference session will take place at the Eugenides Foundation.

The aim of the Conference is to present the current situation of the Greek language from a terminological point of view, as well as methods, practices and tools of Terminology science, and their application in the Greek language environment – monolingual and/or interlingual - with a view to promote terminological research and contribute to the present-day terminological enrichment of the Greek language.