Conference Venues


6th WFTC Training Institute (17 & 18 September): Aristotle University’s Research Dissemination Center (KEDEA)

17th EFCT Conference (19 & 20 September): Thessaloniki Concert Hall


Aristotle University’s Research Dissemination Center (KEDEA)


Aristotle University’s Research Dissemination Center (KEDEA) was founded in 2006 and opened its doors for the first time in April 2011.

The Conference Center has three ultra modern auditoriums, exhibition space of 300 sq.m. and public spaces ideal for hosting scientific conferences, symposiums and cultural events.

The Conference halls are available, upon request, to departments and faculties of Aristotle University, as well as to third parties such as Associations, Organizations and individuals.

The building is located downtown, on Tritis Septemvriou Str. at Aristotle University’s campus between the Student Club and the University Gymnasium. An important element of the architecture of the building is the characteristic red color, which makes KEDEA a new spatial reference point on the axis of Tritis Septemvriou Str.

Thessaloniki Concert Hall


The Thessaloniki Concert Hall carries the name of a radiant city and adorns it with a unique edifice. The purpose of the Thessaloniki Concert Hall construction was to provide a contemporary cultural and conference center of international standards with the capacity to host various events, including concerts, ballet, theatre and opera, cultural and art expositions and conferences. It was thus designed as a building that would satisfy all the requirements for this purpose as well as becoming a landmark for the city.

The Thessaloniki Concert Hall was built along the coast of the city in an area of 18.000 sq. m. Since its inception in 2000, it has recorded numerous successful productions, ranging from music concerts and operas to opening ceremonies and international conventions.



For any further questions regarding the EFTC 2019 please contact.

T. 2310 433099
F. 2310 433599


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