Cyprus University of Technology

The Cyprus University of Technology aspires to develop itself into a modern, pioneering University able to offer education and high level research in leading branches of science and technology which have high impact on the economic, technical, and scientific sectors.

With its orientation towards applied research, the University aspires to establish for itself a role in support of the state and society in their efforts to confront problems, which cover all areas of science and technology. The programmes of the CUT to a large extent complement scientific areas, which are not currently covered at Undergraduate and Postgraduate levels by the University of Cyprus or any other institution of higher education in the country.




Limassol, a city counting centuries of history, is located between two of the most renowned ancient kingdoms of the island, Amathous at the east and Kourion at the west. "Lemessos" as it is called by locals, is the second largest urban area in Cyprus (after the capital, Nicosia) and its municipality is the most populous in the country with 235,0oo inhabitants (2011 Census).

Limassol is one of the fastest growing modern metropolises in Europe. The city's infrastructure is constantly upgraded from all aspects (way of living, public construction projects, education, etc) with the most distinct project of this sort being the Limassol Marina - an exclusive waterfront development combining elegant residences and a full service marina, with its own shopping and dining area. Also, the revamped coastline now covers a 15 kilometres distance, lined with hotels and beach bars and cafes, interspersed with eucalyptus groves and linked by a promenade popular with walkers and joggers. 



Conference Venue

The MTSR Conference 2018 takes place at Panos Solomonides Cultural Center,
8 Panos Solomonides Street
Limassol 3032, Cyprus

Panos Solomonides

Conference room

The Workshops are held in Public University Library


Travel Information

Cyprus is served by two International Airports Larnaca International Airport,(LCA) and Paphos International Airport, (PFO). More than 50 International Airlines connect Cyprus to the whole world; for more details regarding flights to/from Cyprus, please visit the official website of both airports at Hermes Airports. Furthermore, domestic communication between both airports and all the major cities on the island is very quick and easy via an extensive highway system.


The Larnaca International Airport is located about 3km (1.8 miles) from Larnaca, 67km (42 miles) from Limassol and 142 km (88 miles) from Paphos.

The Paphos International Airport is located about 15km (9 miles) from Paphos, 142 km (88 miles) from Larnaca and about 60km (37 miles) from Limassol.

Airport Transfers

Please note that participants have the following options for their transfers from /to the airport:

Airport Taxis

Participants may get an airport taxi on arrival at the airport. Service is generally very good, but at times one may have to wait and prices may vary depending on the time of arrival.

Public Transportation

A list of all buses around Cyprus including night buses, rural buses and intercity buses can be found on “Cyprus by Bus” website. The buses are separated by city while route details, timetables and maps are available for each route.

Please visit the official website of “EMEL Buses” www.limassolbuses.com to view all routes within Limassol centre and suburbs.

Larnaca Airport to Limassol

Step 1: From Larnaca Airport use the Limassol Airport Express coaches (50 minutes shuttle service) in order to reach Limassol city (last bus stop “Saint George Havouzas” – shuttle bus stop). Please visit their webpage for more information and timetable: www.limassolairportexpress.eu.
Step 2: Afterwards, you can use Limassol public buses ‘EMEL’ to find a route to your accommodation hotel. Please visit their webpage www.limassolbuses.com for routes and timetables. Alternatively, you can get a taxi to drop you off to your hotel.

Paphos Airport to Limassol

Option 1:

Step 1:

Once you arrive at Paphos Airport, you can take the direct service to Limassol (Ag. Georgios Havouzas bus stop); handled by Limassol Airport Express coaches (45 minutes shuttle service). You may visit www.limassolairportexpress.eu to check the timetable that matches your flight.

Step 2:

Afterwards, you can use Limassol public buses ‘EMEL’ to find a route to your accommodation hotel. Please visit their webpage www.limassolbuses.com for routes and timetables. Alternatively, you can get a taxi to drop you off to your hotel.

About Cyprus

Cyprus is the third largest island in the Mediterranean, after Sicily and Sardinia, with an area of 9.251 sq. kms (3.572 sq. miles).

It is situated at the north-eastern corner of the Mediterranean, at a distance of 300 km north of Egypt. The Greek island of Rhodes lies 360 km to the north-west.

Cyprus coastal line is indented and rocky in the north with long sandy beaches in the south. The north coastal plain, covered with olive and carob trees, is backed by the steep and narrow Pentadaktylos mountain range of limestone, rising to a height of 1.042 m. In the south, the extensive mountain massif of Troodos, covered with pine, dwarf oak, cypress and cedar, culminates in the peak of Mount Olympus, 1.953 m. above sea level. Between the Troodos range and the Pentadaktylos mountain range lies the fertile plain of Messaoria. Arable land constitutes 46.8 per cent of the total area of the island. There are no rivers, only torrents which flow after heavy rain.

Cyprus welcomes the world


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Department of Informatics, Systems and Communication
University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy
Department of Informatics, Systems and Communication, University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy

School of Information
School of Information
Marconi University
Georg Eckert Institute
Department of Library Science and Information Systems
Alexander TEI of Thessaloniki

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Previous Conferences & Proceedings

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