Panhellenic Conference on Informatics

The Panhellenic Conference on Informatics (PCI) is organized every year by the Greek Computer Society (GCS) in collaboration with universities. The conference provides an opportunity for scientists, students and professionals from the IT industry to present new research results as well as to share their experiences and exchange ideas.

Panhellenic Conference on Informatics – PCI


About the Conference

Panhellenic Conference on Informatics – PCI offers a unique opportunity for the presentation of methodological approaches to describe, explain, predict and design models of information and communication technologies, architectures and systems for the business environment.The PCI encourages the submission of high quality papers describing original and unpublished results of conceptual, empirical, experimental or theoretical work in all areas of Computer ScienceThis institution started in 1984 with the 1st Panhellenic Conference on Informatics held in Athens. Continued in 1988 in Thessaloniki, followed by four more consecutive conferences in Athens every two years (1991,1993,1995,1997), and then traveled to other major cities in Greece and Cyprus (1999 Ioannina, NICK 2001, 2003 Thessaloniki, Volos 2005 Patras 2007, Samos 2008, Corfu 2009, Tripoli 2010, Kastoria, 2011), he returned to Athens after 15 years in 2012 in Thessaloniki in 2013, 2014 and 2015 was hosted in Athens continuing its course.


PCI 2017

The Greek Computer Society (GCS/ΕΠΥ), the Technological Educational Institute of Thessaly and the Department of Computer Science and Engineering of the Technological Educational Institute of Thessaly organize the 21st Pan-Hellenic Conference on Informatics (PCI 2017) in Larissa, Greece 28th – 30th September 2017.

Full Paper Submission: May 15th, 2017
Notification of Authors: 30-May-2017
Camera-Ready Papers: 15-June-2017

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Topics of interests

Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):

Algorithms & Data Structures
Artificial Intelligence
Bio & Nature Inspired Computing
Cloud Computing
Communication & Information Systems Security
Computational Science
Computer & Communication Networks
CRM & ERP Systems Databases
Data Mining
Digital Libraries
Digital Systems
Distributed Computing
eCommerce, eBusiness, eHealth
Learning Technologies
Graphics, Visualization, Multimedia
& Virtual Reality
Grid Cluster & P2P Computing
Hardware & Architecture
Embedded Systems
Human-Computer Interaction
Image and Video Processing
Information Retrieval
Information Society: Legal and Regulatory Issues
Information Systems
Information Theory
Knowledge Based Systems
Numerical & Scientific Computation
Open Source Software
Operating Systems
Parallel & Distributed Systems
Programming Languages
Signal Processing
Software Engineering
Telecommunication Systems
Wireless & Mobile Computing


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Greek Computer Society Profile

epy_good_logoThe Greek Computer Society (GCS) is a non-profit organisation, committed to representing all Greek scientists and professionals engaged in activities relevant to Computer Science, Information Technology (IT), Telecommunications and other relevant scientific areas. It was established in 1977 with the vision of becoming a world-class organisation for Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). Currently CGS numbers more than 5,500 members including practitioners, IT industry, academics and students in Greece and internationally.

GCS Steering Committee

  • Voyiatzis Ioannis
  • Douligeris Christos
  • Sgouropoulou Cleo
  • Karanikolas Nikitas
  • Koilias Christos



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