IEEE International Symposium on Power Line Communications and its Applications
31 March-3 April 2020 // Malaga, Spain

Venue

Technical sessions

Technical sessions of the conference will take place in the Rectorate of the Universidad de Málaga, Av. de Cervantes, 2 (aka “Paseo del parque”), located in the city center.  Click here to see the location on Google Maps.

The Rectorate is beside two magnificent buildings: Palacio de la Aduana (Museum) and Alcazaba (Arab castle).

Social event

A classical music and dance concert will take place in “Sala Unicaja de Conciertos María Cristina” (aka “Sala María Cristina”), located in Marqués de Valdecañas, 2 (next to Plaza San Francisco). Click here to see on Google Maps and here to see photos of this amazing place.  We will enjoy the RUI-SILVA DUO performing music from Spanish composers (Isaac Albéniz, Manuel de Falla, Enrique Granados, etc.) and international ones (Ravel, Piazzola, Tchaikovsky, etc.) and the art of dancers from the Conservatorio Superior de Danza de Malaga.

The RUI-SILVA DUO was formed in 2004 by Sabrina Rui (cello) and Ana M. Silva (piano) as the result of the interest of both components for the study and dissemination of the Chamber music repertoire composed for cello and piano. Their current repertoire includes musical pieces from the XVIII century to the present days including Spanish repertoire, with a romantic touch. Since its foundation, this duo has given numerous concerts all accross Andalusia.
Sabrina Rui and Ana M. Silva are professors of cello and piano, respectively, at the “Conservatorio Profesional de Música Gonzalo Martín Tenllado” of Málaga. They have in high consideration the master classes that, periodically, they have received from Sergei Yerokhin and Mischa Milman.

Gala dinner

The gala dinner will take place in the restaurant “Los Patios de Beatas”, in Beatas street, 43, at a walking distance from the Rectorate. Click here to see it on Google Maps.

Restaurant

Lunches will be served in the restaurant “Kaleido Málaga Port”, in Palmeral de las Sorpresas, 2, at a walking distance from the Rectorate. Click here to see it on Google Maps.