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What ECESCON is

The Electrical and Computer Engineering Conference (ECESCON), started at 2007 in Athens. Participants are Greek future engineers who study about Electric Power Systems, Systems and Control, Electronics and Computers , Telecommunication and Information Technology.

Each year, ECESCON surpasses 1500 participants while creating three days full of activities, which aim to bring closer together students from all over Greece, who share a passion for Electrical and Computer Engineering and wish to catch up in recent developments!

Talks
Workshops
Competitions
Thousands of
Participants

Patras

Patras is the third largest city in Greece. It's known for its Carnival, which is one of the largest in the world. The city is built right next to the sea and the most famous sights are the Ancient Roman Conservatory which is used for a large number of shows in the summer, Georgiou I Square, the church of Saint Andreas, the Apollon theater and many more!

It is widely known for the students living here, who bring a vividness and a powerful energy in the city. University of Patras has over 30.000 students and many different departments. The University was founded on 1964 and is the fourth largest of the country. The department of Electrical and Computer Engineering was founded on 1967.

The conference is organized with the help of University of Patras, School of Engineering and department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Twin Transition

The subject of this years ECESCON is Twin Transition, which is green and digital transition.

ECESCON targets to explore the various Electrical and Computer technologies that shape a competitive and trusted ecosystem giving to the Electrical and Computer Engineering students the background for global leadership in key areas by enabling production and consumption with increased productivity, respecting the boundaries of our planet, and maximising the benefits for all parts of society in the variety of social, economic and territorial contexts.

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