General Info


Seats for the opening ceremony of the 4th Conference of the Sylvia Ioannou Foundation, on Wednesday, February 6th at the Learning Resource Centre "Stelios Ioannou" are no longer available.
In order to accommodate those who wish to attend, live streaming will be available in Auditorium B108, at the University House ‘Anastasios G. Leventis’.
A welcome reception will follow in the Learning Resource Centre "Stelios Ioannou", at 20:00-21:30.


General participation: €5 per person. — All proceeds will go to the Student Welfare Service of the University of Cyprus.
For students: Free, student ID is required

Registration fees include:
  • Conference material
  • Attendance to all scientific sessions
  • Certificate of attendance
  • Coffee breaks during the Conference
  • Welcome reception on Wednesday, February 6th

Click here to register online.

NOTE: There is a limited number of seats, which will be assigned based on date of registration.

On-site Registration

The conference secretariat will be located at the venue during the conference dates.
On-site registration will be available before sessions. Please note that there is a limited number of seats.

Conference Venue

Learning Resource Centre "Stelios Ioannou"
Address: 1 Panepistimiou Avenue, 2109 Aglantzia, Nicosia
Tel.: +357 22895175


Conference Secretariat

Tel.: +30 210 3634944
Fax: +30 210 3631690

Bus Route

Bus route 150 links central Nicosia, passing along Kallipoleos Street, with the University Campus.

Conference Languages

The official languages of the Conference will be Greek and English. Simultaneous translation will be available.

Certificate of Attendance

Registered participants will receive a Certificate of Attendance at the end of the Conference, upon request.

Ask Zefyros!

Live presentations of the Zefyros research programme , its results and the programme's platform will be available in an adjacent hall throughout the conference, before and after each day's proceedings and during the breaks between sessions. The presentations will be given by Judith Gatt, Theodora Gioti and Chrysostomos Voulgaropoulos, who undertook research for the Zefyros project.