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Frequently Asked Questions

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  • What is ECESCON?

    • Check the website for details about ECESCON.

  • When is ECESCON going to be held?

    • ECESCON will be held on the 11th, 12th and 13th of April 2014.

  • Where is ECESCON going to be held?

    • ECESCON is going to be held in the Main Ceremony Hall of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, in the city of Thessaloniki.

  • Who can attend ECESCON?

    • ECESCON is primarily targeted at Electrical and Computer Engineering students and academics. However, its multidimensional nature makes it also acessible to students of other technical faculties and to anyone who wants to learn more on the field.

  • How can I present my work at ECESCON?

    • By the time you register on our website, you have the ability to submit your paper. Every papers will be examined by ECESCON’s Scientific Committee. Researchers whose papers are accepted can present them in person or in the form of a poster.

  • How much does it cost?

    • Both presentation and attending the conference is completely cost-free.

  • Do I have to register to attend?

    • Yes. Participation may be free, but registration is compulsory. This facilitates the organization of the conference. Moreover, via the registration, one can participate to some of the various workshops available on the third day of the conference.

  • How can I register?

    • You can register here, on our website.

  • Where can I stay in Thessaloniki?

    • Click here to be redirected to the Recommended Hotels page. The Organizing Committee has taken care that the participants receive special discounts. Exact details on how to claim the discount will be available shortly.

  • How can I come to Thessaloniki?

    • Thessaloniki has an airport (SKG) which is reached by many airlines, including several low-cost ones. Also, buses and trains connect Thessaloniki with most greek cities. One can always come to Thessaloniki by car, via the E75 route.

      Paper review

  • The recommendation value in the paper I submitted is "Accepted"?
    • That means that your paper is accepted as it is, to be presented in the conference.
  • The recommendation value in the paper I submitted is "Regected"?
    • That means that your  paper is rejected and cannot be resubmitted for review.
  • The recommendation value in the paper I submitted is "Major Revisions"?
    • That means that your paper needs major corrections to be appropriate for presentation in the conference.
  • The recommendation value in the paper I submitted is "Minor Revisions"?
    • That means that your  paper needs some minor corrections to be appropriate for presentation in the conference.