It gives us great pleasure to announce the 2020 PortASAP meeting that will take place in Chania-Crete, Greece from 15-17 March 2020. The meeting will take place in the Center of Mediterranean Architecture, also known as "Grand Arsenal" (Great Arsenal), which is the last of a series of 15 arsenals located in the old harbor of Chania. The venue is a historical monument located in the heart of the Venetian port in Chania, featuring contemporary architectural interventions that will provide an inspiring backdrop to our meeting..
During the meeting, each WG will have dedicated oral and poster sessions. Informal mixers will be organized during coffee and lunch breaks and in a separate session networking possibility will be discussed in groups.
Registration is now open and can be done by filling out this registration form and sending back to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please consult the invitation letter for further instructions, regarding deadlines and priority.
Abstract submission will be possible from 1-30 November 2019. The abstract template can be downloaded here. Detailed instructions can be found within the template file. The file should be named as "Surname_WGX_TYPE OF PRESENTATION.docx", corresponding to the presenting author, the WG session to be presented and the type of presentation (Poster or Oral). Examples are: Smith_WG4_POSTER.docx or Smith_WG4_ORAL.docx.
Abstracts can only be submitted by email to Dr Asta Tvarijonaviciute (email@example.com).
Special rates will be granted at hotels nearby the Center of Mediterranean Architecture. Rooms will be reserved on a 'first come first served' basis. More information will be sent in November.
The airport of Chania hosts domestic flights to and from the International Airport of Athens and Thessaloniki, which can be used as connecting flights from and to major European gateway cities. Low cost airlines operating in Chania, also offer direct charter flights from different European cities.
Looking forward to welcoming you to Chania in March 2020!
Elia Psillakis, Technical University of Crete
Marcela Segundo, University of Porto