European Conference on EDGE AI Technologies and Applications - EEAI

Conference Location

 

21-23 October 2024, Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy

European Conference on EDGE AI Technologies and Applications – EEAI Location

Cagliari, a picturesque city located on the Mediterranean island of Sardinia, is steeped in history and culture. Known in Sardinian as “Casteddu,” meaning castle, Cagliari is the island’s largest city and ranks as the 26th largest in Italy. The city itself has around 155,000 residents, while its metropolitan area, encompassing Cagliari and 16 nearby municipalities, boasts a population of over 431,000.

Cagliari’s rich history spans five millennia, with evidence of human settlement from the Neolithic period to the present day. This ancient city has been shaped by various civilizations, leaving behind a diverse array of historical sites. Notable landmarks include the prehistoric Domus de Janas, a Carthaginian-era necropolis, a Roman amphitheatre, a Byzantine basilica, and impressive fortifications from the Pisan era. These structures highlight Cagliari’s strategic importance, particularly during the Spanish Habsburg period when it served as a key stronghold in the western Mediterranean.

From 1324 to 1848, Cagliari was the capital of the Kingdom of Sardinia, until the capital was moved to Turin. In 1861, the Kingdom of Sardinia became part of the newly unified Kingdom of Italy. Today, Cagliari is also home to the University of Cagliari, founded in 1607, which continues to be a centre of learning and research.

With its blend of historical depth, architectural beauty, and vibrant Mediterranean culture, Cagliari offers a unique and enriching experience for both residents and visitors alike

Conference Accommodation

The participants can book hotels using the online booking system provided by the hotels, guaranteeing you the best rates and availability. To reserve rooms, participants can book online. It is recommended that all participants directly contact the hotels and book the room(s) as early as possible.

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