Fifth annual Conference

Implementing Quality Systems Using Innovative Technological Methods
12 -13 December 2013

Tunis as a host

Tunis, capital of Tunisia, is situated at the bottom of the gulf of Tunis. Opened on the oriental pond of the Mediterranean Sea, the initial site is established by a narrow isthmus between the sebkha Essijoumi (salterns) in the southwest and El-bouheïra (lagoon) in the East.Gammarth is a famous seaside resort surrounded by dense forest with modern hotels alongside superb sandy beaches. It is near to the ruins of Carthage and the village of Sidi Bou Saïd and is 10 kilometres from Tunis-Carthage international airport and 15 kilometres from the capital Tunis. Often compared to the French Riviera, the Carthage Coast region features the more sophisticated resorts of Sidi Bou Said, Gammarth and La Marsa witch offer wonderful and charming views of the surrounding.Sidi Bou Said, situated on a headland overlooking the Mediterranean, is an attractive village of lovely blue and white stepped buildings. Stroll along cobbled streets taking in shops, rest awhile in a typical Moorish café, arched doors and balconies, many adorned with colourful flowers. La Marsa is a chic coastal suburb featuring a promenade lined with French architectural villas, a selection of hotels and classy restaurants. Do visit the curious Saf Saf café, famous for its well and the camel that draws the water using a bucket waterwheel.The innumerable ruins of Carthage, home to a brilliant civilization, are a major attraction and in the summer you can enjoy concerts in the ancient amphitheatre. A sense of history prevails as you explore archaeological sites embracing the Phoenicians, Carthaginians and Romans. Worth a visit is the National Museum of Carthage which displays statues, mosaics, the remains of villas and other exhibits.A visit to the Medina - historic centre and UNESCO World Heritage Site - with its winding streets, vaulted passageways and impressive monuments has remained largely unchanged for 500 years is not for missing.

General Information about Tunisia

Tunisia is a progressive Muslim North African country. It has several influences from Europe, due to the large and important industry of Tourism. Tunisians are eager to please, and are known for being very kind and welcoming. The majority of the population will speak some level of French. It is very useful if you learn a few french phrases before arriving. A much smaller percentage can speak English.
Tunisia is easy to navigate, whether you are renting a car, or taking a bus or train. Tunisians are always glad to help travelers out with timetables and directions.

How to reach Tunisia

Tunisia has 9 international airports. The major airports are:



Agenda & Presentations

Fifth Annual Conference

" Implementing Quality Systems Using Innovative Technological Methods" 12 -13 December 2013

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Call for papers

Fifth Annual Conference 

Paper contributions are accepted in Arabic or English. Papers should be submitted with no more than 8 to 10 pages, and no more than 8000 words. Each paper should include:

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