Conference Program
Keynote Speakers

The ATI organizing committee is happy to announce that we have our first keynote speakers confirmed: Florian Heinzelmann and Daliana Suryawinata from SHAU.

Trip to Ephesus

As part of the ATI Conference, there is a planned trip to Ephesus archaeological site and Ephesus Museum, following the completion of the sessions. Further details on transportation and costs will be announced later on, however the trip is expected to take place on Saturday October 5, 2024.


Ephesus, included in the World Heritage List in 2015, is a World Heritage Site consisting of four components: Çukuriçi Mound, Ayasuluk Hill (Selçuk Castle, St. John’s Basilica, Isa Bey Bath, Isa Bey Mosque, Artemision), the Ancient City of Ephesus, and the House of the Virgin Mary.


Ephesus, one of the most significant centers of the ancient era, was continuously inhabited for approximately 9000 years, starting from prehistoric times and spanning the Hellenistic, Roman, Eastern Roman, Beylik (Principalities), and Ottoman periods. Throughout its history, Ephesus has been a highly important port city and a cultural and commercial center.


To be announced soon