The activities of AGILE 2019 will be mainly hosted at the premises of the Cyprus University of Technology (CUT), located at the historic centre of the city of Limassol.
The Cyprus University of Technology, founded by law on December 2003 and welcoming its first students on September 2007, aspires to develop into a modern, pioneering University, offering education and state-of-the-art research in important fields of science and technology, while also having a high impact on local and regional economic development. Having an 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 covering all areas of science and technology. CUT programmes of study complement to a large extent scientific areas not currently covered at Undergraduate and Postgraduate levels by other institutions of higher education in the country.
Most of the conference activities will take place at the “Tassos Papadopoulos” building, CUT’s central teaching and conference facility. This building has two large amphitheaters (200 and 120 seats), two large teaching halls (95 seats each), and 4 smaller teaching halls (65 seats each), as well as ample space for receptions and breakouts. The building is fully equipped with state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment, including teleconferencing facilities.
Within walking distance from the main venue, one can find one of the most central parts of the city, Saripolou square. A meeting point for people, goods, favorite tastes and habits. This popular square is now one of the most sought after destinations for dining and nightlife. With dozens of shops surrounding it, Saripolou square is buzzing with life. It is without doubt a favorite hangout for the young people in the city - but not exclusively. Its bars, cafes and restaurants have managed to bring in a small area, a wide variety of options for everyone's outings. (Source: All About Limassol)
In the nearby area, Anexartisias street, the historical shopping street in Limassol is located, with several shops and stores, while on Athinon street the visitor can take glimpse of the local graffiti.