CONVIN
13/01/2022

CONVIN: Closing a successful year, raising the bar for 2022

In 2021 the unexpected continued to characterize our daily lives, bringing though new possibilities, allowing us to discover our flexibility. In this context, the CONVIN team faced its own limits and proved that it can adapt to any new situation. We are grateful for the enormous commitment, the positive attitude and the great successes we have achieved.

The latest news of 2021

The 42nd Informative Two-Day Pediatric Conference was held in Thessaloniki, on 19-20 November 2021, along with the 3rd Nurses’ Day of the First Pediatric Hospital of AUTH, the Ippokrateion General Hospital as well as the Pediatric Society of Northern Greece. The two-day event was organized by CONVIN, and it took place in a hybrid format at Thessaloniki Concert Hall.

The selection of topics and speakers was specifically designed to meet the educational needs of the modern pediatrician in relation to the pandemic and pediatrics in general, whose developments are not limited to current conditions, according to the welcome of the Chairman of the Organizing Committee, D. Zafeiriou, Professor of Pediatric Neurology - Developmental Medicine of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.

The conference was considered successful thanks to the presence of distinguished scientists, as well as the lectures included in the scientific program of the event.

 

The International Conference of the School of Philosophy of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens "Through the pen of others: Nineteenth-Century Views of Revolutionary Greece” was held 8-11/12/2021 under the auspices of the Greek Parliament. CONVIN contributed to the implementation of the conference's virtual day with its organizational and technical infrastructure.

The aim of the conference was to expand the knowledge we have about the various representations and views of revolutionary Greece and the extent to which they contributed to the formation of the national character or the creation of national stereotypes.

Under the Presidency of excellent academics such as Anna Despotopoulou, Ioanna Tyrou, Amanda Skamaga, Ioanni Tsolka, Katerina Karakassi, Aglaia Blioumi, Despina Provata, Stefan Lindinger, Gerasimo Pagrati, different topics were presented in terms of literature, scientific discourse, the global positioning of Greece, material culture, the presence of women, new literary myths and the disorganization of national identities during the Revolution.