18th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation
17-22 March 2024| Glasgow, Scotland
European Association on Antennas and Propagation
Glasgow is one of the world’s most exciting, friendly, and culturally vibrant cities.
Its beautiful architecture, fantastic venues and world-class museums and galleries offers visitors a vibrant arts scene for a city of its size. Indeed, some say the city’s size – big enough to be a city, small enough to be a village – is what makes it so unique.
Glasgow is Scotland’s cultural powerhouse. Its most famous son – the Art Nouveau architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh – has lent his inimitable style to the city in breathtaking buildings like The Glasgow School of Art and Queen’s Cross Church. Nightlife is a mix of fabulous cafés, bars, restaurants, and cultural offerings. The city is home to Scotland’s national opera, ballet and theatre companies, and is a UNESCO City of Music.
Glasgow is also home to one of the most collaborative and dynamic innovation economies in Europe, with outstanding partnerships between the public, private and academic sectors. In the UK, Glasgow has the largest academic community outside London while the city manufactures more satellites than anywhere else in Europe.
Located in the west of the country, Glasgow is Scotland’s largest city and is easily accessible from the rest of the UK and internationally by train, sea, road, and air.
Organized by EurAAP