| NumAn2014 Conference on Numerical Analysis
The NumAn2014 conference will be held in the old town of Chania on the Aegean island of Crete. Chania has an International
Airport as well as an international harbour.
Chania International Airport "I. Daskalogiannis" is located about 15 km
to the east of the city's center. The airport IATA code used for flight reservations is CHQ. Souda's harbour is located about 6 km to the south-east of the city's center.
How to get to Chania
Fly to Chania, to the
Airport. During the Summer season (April to October) there are direct regular (Aegean, EasyJet, RayanAir, etc) or charter
flights between Chania and major European cities.
During the whole year, there are regular flights from Athens and Thessaloniki
(consult a travel agent or visit the sites of the airlines
Olympic Air and
Fly to Athens, to the Athens
International Airport. From Athens Harbour at Pireaus, you can take the ferry
boat to Chania's harbour, at Souda Bay (consult a travel agent or visit
View Chania (Airport, Harbour)
in a larger map
Transportation at Chania. |
The standard way to get from Chania's airport to the city
is the taxi. The ride costs about 15 Euros.
There is also a bus, but the rides are not frequent.
To get from Chania harbour at Souda's bay to Chania and back,
you can take a taxi (about 15 Euros), or the bus
For getting to various locations in and around the city of Chania
there is local public transportation.
For the bus rides within Chania and suburbs see www.chaniabus.gr/
and for the bus rides from Chania to cities in Crete see
Transportation at Athens.
There are plenty of public transportation means
to get from the Athens airport to the Pireaus harbour and back.
Some of these are:
- bus lines X96 (express) and E96 from Athens Airport to Piraeus (see www.oasa.gr),
- metro line 3 from Athens Airport (direction: Egaleo),
then (at station: Monastiraki) switch to line 1 (direction: Piraeus) to Piraeus
- suburban railway "Proastiakos" from Athens Airport (direction: Ano Liosia), then
(at station: Neratziotisa) switch to line 1 (direction: Piraeus) to Piraeus
(see www.trainose.gr and www.stasy.gr),
General note on taxis.
It is a good idea to ask for a price estimate beforehand.
The taxi must have a working counter for the price of the ride.
If the counter is not working, do not take that taxi.
There is a surcharge for luggage, late night rides,
servicing airports and terminals.
Tipping is not required and seldom practiced, but
drivers tend to round up their fare.
Tolls are paid by the driver and added up in the final price.
Taxis shall normally take up to 4 people,
including seating in the front seat.
APNUM Special Issue:
(NEW!) The submission deadline has been extended to February 15, 2015.
Full papers presented at the Conference may be submitted for
publication in a Special Issue of Applied Numerical Mathematics.
Details for paper submission to this special issue are posted
at the Special Issue page.
NumAn 2014 Awards (NEW!)
NumAn 2014 Program
NumAn 2014 Speaker Schedule
NumAn 2014 Conference Poster
Extended versions (4-6 pages) of the contributions accepted for presentation (lecture or poster) will be published in
the Conference Proceedings and distributed
at the conference.
Book of Abstracts:
The abstracts of all contributions (lecture or poster) will be published in the Book of Abstracts
which is now available online (11.1MB). A printed version of this volume will be distributed at the conference.
290 € (Euros)
350 € (Euros)
Early Student Registration:
190 € (Euros)
Late Student Registration:
250 € (Euros)