The conference is is going to be held in Mouradi Hotel, Kantaoui, Sousse,
Tunisia. SPONSOR and ORGANIZER: Universite de Sfax
, Faculte des Sciences de Sfax. 
(The conference will take place in the Mouradi Hotel, Kantaoui, Sousse, Tunisia but the sponsorship, support and all the credits belong to the University of Sfax. In general, all the WSEAS conferences are organized by Universities. Responsible of the review of the papers are the organizing universities.


Sousse is home to many resorts and fine sand beaches backed by orchards and olive groves. It has a pleasant Mediterranean climate, with hot, dry summers and warm, gentle wet winters. It also has a skilled population, and serves as a strategic geographic location.

Although Sousse is associated with olive oil making, this is far from being the only industry in the city. Tourism has become a central activity, with some 1,200,000 visitors every year coming to enjoy its many fine hotels and restaurants, trendy nightclubs, casinos, beaches, sports facilities, museums, and the Medina (the old city).

120 hotels with a capacity of 40,000 beds extend over a 20 km strip from the north of town down south to a traditional downtown area and bazaar, where wares are directed mainly at tourists.

Sousse is the third city of the country after Tunis and Sfax, Sousse owes its status of the uncontested capital of the region to a certain number of assets :

An olive grove stretching over more than 2,500 square kilometres, constituting one of its main riches since Antiquity.
A bustling port, open to the town centre and giving a touch of gaiety to its activity. 

A medina charged with history, draped in its fortifications and which continues to live at its own rhythm, harmoniously contrasting with the modern city of typically Mediterranean charm.
A seaside resort stretching to the north, making up together with the integrated complex of Port El Kantaoui one of the most complete and most diversified tourist zones of the Mediterranean, at only 20 km from the international airport of Monastir. As a sea town, Sousse benefits from a moderate and mild climate promoting all possible pleasures relating to evasion and recreation and making it to an all-season resort.

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