Hosted by the University Heidelberg, the conference venue Neue Universität is located in the old town centre of Heidelberg.
The venue offers ample space with many lecture rooms of all sizes, an ample foyer, a quiet park, and at the same time is easy to reach by bus.
It is close to places of interest such as the old university, the university library, the universities Karzer (historical detention cell for students) the old bridge and many more.
The nearest international airports are Frankfurt and Stuttgart and from each there are frequent trains to Heidelberg. The train ride from Frankfurt airport to Heidelberg takes about one hour and may involve changing trains either at the main station in Frankfurt or in Mannheim. A one-way ticket costs approximately € 25. For timetables and train fares see train schedule
A scientific hub in Germany, the city of Heidelberg in Baden-Württemberg is situated on the river Neckar in south-west Germany. In 2015, its population was 156’257, with roughly a quarter of its population being students. Heidelberg is a popular tourist destination due to its romantic cityscapes, including Heidelberg Castle, the Philosophers’ Walk and the baroque style Old Town.