ROOTS SUMMIT 2024 is to be held in the conference halls of the Eugenides Foundation, a landmark building complex right next to the waterside, but still close to the city centre. It was established in 1956 implementing the will of Eugenios Eugenidis, who had died in 1954.
Two large lecture halls and two floors for exhibition assure enough space to showcase, get together, educate and meet again after two years.
The Eugenides Foundation has been hosting scientific and technical education events for over 60 years in its purpose-built lecture theatre. In the last 20 years alone, the fully renovated conference and lecture rooms have hosted over 1,400 Greek and international events and welcomed 470,000 participants.
A special highlight will be the foundation’s planetarium, which ROOTS SUMMIT attendees can visit during the conference days.
The impressive main entrance area of the Eugenides Foundation building complex on Syggrou Avenue is an integral part of the original building. (All images: Eugenides Foundation)
The Eugenides Foundation has been hosting scientific and technical education events for over 60 years in its purpose-built lecture theatre.
One of the first conference venues in Greece, the Eugenides Foundation Auditorium has recently undergone renovation respectful of its original architectural features.
As part of the social programme, participants will be able to visit the foundation’s new science and technology centre.
The ground-floor peristyle is at the heart of the activity of today’s Eugenides Foundation.
The second-floor peristyle can host corporate or social events as part of conferences being held at the Eugenides Foundation complex.
The first-floor peristyle offers an area of 260 m² ideal for exhibitions.
A special highlight is the foundation’s planetarium, which ROOTS SUMMIT attendees will be able to visit during the conference days.