PM-05 International Conference in Project Management, Heraklion, Crete, 29-31 May 2010
Conference Background, Description & ScopeFollowing the very successful Chios 2008 Conference, the forthcoming conference in Crete is already the fifth Project Management Conference in Greece promoting communication between international multi-disciplinary teams in the field of project management and related disciplines.
A solid tradition of international Scientific Conferences on Project Management (SCPM) has been established throughout the past years in Greece. Athens, Thessaloniki and the island of Chios have had the opportunity to host the preceding SCPMs in the years 2001, 2003, 2004 and 2008.
The forthcoming PM-05 Conference aims to further synergy for closer cooperation, business relations and know-how exchange in project management in the international context. PM-05 will be organized along scientific and professional streams in order to promote both research and business outcomes.
Expected Audience and Call for PapersA broad audience of project management stakeholders is warmly invited to attend the conference and contribute with their knowledge and experience to the success of the event. The invitation is extended, but not limited to academics, researchers, industrialists, professionals, policy makers, assessors and certification & funding bodies concerned with projects and programmes in every sector (construction, IT & telecommunications, public government, international & EU projects etc).
The attendees are also invited to present papers and posters dealing with appropriate PM themes of interest such as:
VenueThe conference will be held in the Moevenpick Resort & Thalasso Hotel, Heraklion, Crete.
Crete is the largest island in Greece and the fifth largest in the Mediterranean. Next to being the home of the first European civilisation – the Minoan civilization dating 5000 years ago - with important archaeological finds, the island offers mountains and sandy beaches which belong among the finest in the world. Crete has a mild Mediterranean climate and the conference participants will have the opportunity to taste one of the oldest and most tasty gastronomic traditions in the world and to enjoy the famous Cretan hospitality.
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