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2014 IEEE Workshop on Environmental, Energy and Structural Monitoring Systems

Naples (Napoli) is the third largest city in Italy. Founded in the fifth century B.C. by the Greeks, it is the capital city of Campania Region, and is located 200 km south of Rome, from which it can be easily reached by train in about 70 minutes or 45 minutes by plane.

The city boasts a mild climate all over the year, and is worldwide famous for its volcano, the Vesuvius, overlooking the wonderful gulf of Naples. It is rich in history and monuments, and is the starting point of day-trips to Sorrento, and the islands of Capri and Ischia, which are less than one hour far by ferry.

Last but not least, it is the place where pizza was invented in the 19th century...

Napoli Napoli
Napoli Napoli

The conference venue is Pacanowski Palace, located in via Generale Parisi 13, which is one of the buildings of the University of Napoli "Parthenope", base of the Economy School; it is located in the heart of the city of Napoli, 750 meters distant from the main Royal Palace of Napoli built in XVII Century, and San Carlo Theatre, the oldest and largest Opera Theatre in Europe, founded in 1737.

Workshop venue

Palazzo Pacanowsky