he Greek Computer Society (ΕΠΥ) and the Department of Informatics of TEI of Athens organize the 19th Panhellenic Conference on Informatics (PCI 2015) in Athens, Greece, on 1st-3rd October 2015.
Following the earlier successful conferences, PCI 2015 gives room for scientists, experts and professionals in computer science and the emerging fields of informatics to present original research results, to share experience and to exchange ideas.The conference provides a unique opportunity for presenting methodological approaches to describe, explain, predict, and design information and communication models, architectures, and systems for the business environment...
PCI 2015 encourages the submission of high quality papers describing original and unpublished results of conceptual, empirical, experimental, or theoretical work in all areas of Computer Science. PCI 2015 proceedings will be published in ACM Digital Library. The official language of the conference will be English.
PCI is an event established by the Greek Computer Society. The 1st Conference took place in Athens 1984. Subsequent events took place in Thessaloniki (1988), Athens (1991, 1993, 1995, 1997), Ioannina (1999), Nicosia Cyprus (2001),Thessaloniki (2003), Volos (2005), Patras (2007), Samos (2008), Corfu Island (2009), Tripoli (2010), Kastoria (2011), Athens (2012), Thessaloniki (2013) and Athens (2014).
The Department of Informatics of the Technological Educational Institute (T.E.I.) of Athens which is organizing PCI 2015 was founded by Law Decree 1404/83 and named “Department of Computer Systems Analysis and Programming”. The first students were enrolled in October 1983. In the academic year 1988-1989, the Department was renamed to “Department of Informatics”.
The Syllabus of the Department aims at producing scientists in informatics, oriented to meet the needs of the market and of the society in qualified professionals with high-level knowledge, skills and experience in Information Technology as well as in Communications. The Department of Informatics of the T.E.I. of Athens was one of the first five Departments of Higher Education which were evaluated by external evaluators of the Hellenic quality assurance agency for higher education. The evaluation results were very positive.