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The Transmission of Scientific Ideas to the Countries of the European Periphery during the Enlightenment (International meeting in Delphi, organized in the context of the European project “Prometheus”, 23-27 July 1995): “The Dispute concerning the Heliocentric System during the Greek Enlightenment”.
7th Conference of the Association of Greek and Cypriot Physicists (Heraklion, Crete, 4-7 April 1996): “Negotiations about the Heliocentric System in the Greek Speaking World of the 18th Century”.
3rd British – North American History of Science Meeting: Crossing Boundaries (Edinburgh, 23-26 July 1996): “The Transmission of Scientific Ideas to the Greek Speaking World During the Enlightenment”. Commentator: Jed Buchwald.
Limits of the Ancient Heritage. Manipulations of the Ancient Civilization by the Neo-hellenic Thought. (International Conference organized by the University of Crete, Rethimno, 30 October to 3 November 1996): “The Break Which Never Happened: Sciences and Ancient Greek Thought in the Greek Speaking World During the 18th Century”.
Science in the European Periphery. From the Enlightenment to the 20th Century (Societat Catalana d’Història de la Ciència I de la Tècnica, Barcelona, 31 May to 1 June 1999): “The Historiography of the Greek Scientific Thought of the 18th and the Early 19th Centuries”.
13th Symposium of History and Art: The Perception of Time (International Symposium organized by Monemvasiotikos Homilos in Monemvasia, 15-17 July 2000): “The concept of time in the works of the Greek scholars of the 18th century: The case of Eugenios Voulgaris”.
Samos: The Mediterranean Dimension of an Aegean Island (Aegean Museum of Natural History, Samos, 13 August 2000): “Aristarchus of Samos and Copernicus: The story of a note”.
Science and Technology in the European Periphery, 2nd meeting: Scientific Travels (Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, 17-21 September 2000): “Scientific Travels of the Greek Scholars during the 18th century”.
Greece and the Balkans: Cultural encounters since the Enlightenment (The University of Birmingham. Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman & Modern Greek Studies, 28-30 June 2001): “National Space and the Intellectual Journeys of the Eighteenth-Century Greek-speaking Scholars”.
Dibner Institute for the History of Science and Technology: Lunchtime Colloquia (MIT, Cambridge MA, 12 March 2002): “Cultural Encounters and Philosophical Pursuits: Natural Philosophy in the Greek Intellectual Space of the 18th Century”.
Science and Technology in the European Periphery, 3rd meeting: Scientific and Technological Textbooks in the European Periphery (Department of History and Philosophy of Science, Athens University, Aegina 2-9 June 2002): “Scientific and Philosophical Textbooks in the Greek Intellectual Space of the 18th Century”.
The Idea of Nature in the Culture of the Tanzimat (Sabanci University, Doğanbey village, Söke, Turkey, 13-16 June 2002. Chair: Şerif Mardin). Commentator of Kostas Gavroglu’s paper «The Confluence of Different Cultures: One or Many Natures?»; title of comment «Appropriation of What? A Historiographic Contemplation».