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This Week in Greece > Conferences and Shows October 30, 2007

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Monday >

  • A three-day event of presentations and discussion about photojournalism begins at 8.30 p.m. at the French Institute. The event will feature works by photographers Yannis Behrakis of Reuters, Nikos Pilos of Zuma Press and Lefteris Pitarakis of The Associated Press. To Wednesday. For information call 210 9210545 or visit > www.hcp.gr
  • IEEE Computer Society hosts its annual international conference, titled “Tools with Artificial Intelligence,” starting at 9.30 a.m. at the cultural center of the University of Patras. To Wednesday. For details visit > http://ictai07.ceid.upatras.gr
  • The Union of Greek Criminologists hosts a scientific conference on “Current Criminal Law,” starting at 7 p.m. at the Athens Bar Association. For details visit > www.dsa.gr

Tuesday >

  • The Institute of Communication hosts a two-day workshop on “Communication and Negotiation Skills,” starting at 9.30 a.m. at the Central Hotel in Plaka. To Wednesday. For information call 210 3318065 or visit > www.instofcom.gr

Wednesday >

  • The Center for Environmental Education in Paranesti, Drama, hosts a three-day seminar on “The Forest Ecosystem and Human Intervention,” in cooperation with the Education Ministry, starting at 4 p.m. at its premises in Drama. To Friday. For information call 25240 21005.

Thursday >

  • The first Panhellenic conference on “Cognitive-behavioral Psychotherapy,” begins at the University of Patras. To Sunday. For information call 2610 338658 or visit > www.mhc.gr
  • The Center of International and European Economic Law (CIEEL) is hosting a conference on “Public Procurement in the European Union – Recent Developments,” starting at 2 p.m. at the National Research Foundation. For information call 210 3611390 or visit > www.cieel.gr
  • The Greek Society for Terminology hosts the sixth conference on “Greek Language and Terminology,” starting at 6 p.m. at the University of Athens. Friday’s session will take place at the French Institute, 31 Sina Street, Athens. To Saturday. For information call 210 9323243 or visit > www.eleto.gr
  • The University of Crete is hosting its third congress on pathology, titled “New Trends in Pathology,” at the Candia Maris Hotel in Iraklion, Crete. To Saturday. For information call 210 9311004 or visit > www.eventmakers.gr

Friday >

  • The Hellenic Association of Travel and Tourist Agencies (HATTA) hosts a conference on “Organized Tours and the Protection of Tourists,” starting at 12.30 p.m. at Helexpo in Thessaloniki. For information call 210 9223522 or visit > www.hatta.gr
  • The Center for the Greek Language is hosting a conference on “Translated Modern Greek Literature,” at 9 a.m. at the Ionic Center in Plaka. For information call 210 3636549 or visit > www.greek-language.gr
  • Rectors of public Universities to meet in Tripolis. Education Minister Evripidis Stylianidis will attend. To Saturday.
  • The first Panhellenic Biomedical congress begins at the Egnatia Grand Hotel in Alexanroupolis. To Sunday. For details visit > www.bio-medical.gr
  • The University of Ioannina hosts an international conference on “The Marshall Plan: Reconstruction and Polarization of Europe,” at the University campus in Ioannina. To Saturday. For information visit > www.uoi.gr
  • Eco-Q magazine hosts a conference on “Environmental Management and Health Care,” at the Stratos Vassilikos Hotel in Athens. For information call 210 6026454.
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