The conference fee for members of the AG amounts to 70,00 EURO,
for non-members 80,00 EURO, for Students 35,00 EURO and for
attendants 30,00 EURO.
The conference fee should be transfered to the following bank account:
|Bank|| ||HypoVereinsbank Berlin|
|Bankleitzahl (BLZ)|| ||100 208 90|
|Owner|| ||Prof. Sedlmayr, AG|
Abstracts schould be written with the
only. The Deadline is 17. July 2002.
Abstracts for Splinter Meetings should be send to the coordinator
of the meeting (see Splinter Meetings) and to
the Schriftführer (Dr. R. Schielicke)
of the Astronomische Gesellschaft. The time for a talk within a Splinter Meeting
has to be arranged with the meeting coordinator.
Abstracts for Posters, which are not connected to a Splinter Meeting,
should be send to the Schriftführer
Dr. R. Schielicke only.
Important note: submitted abstracts not designed for the
or being send after the deadline, are rejected.
All abstracts of
contributed talks and posters, received in time, can be get using the previous link.
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The location of the Physikneubau can be displayed using the following link:
der Technischen Universität Berlin, Hardenbergstraße 36, 10623 Berlin
(here you can access a more printer friendly version)
To get to the Physic of the TU Berlin there is convenient access
by bus, or by urban and underground railway:
||Ernst-Reuter-Platz station, Line U2 (red Line)
||Lines 145, 245, and X9 (from Tegel Airport) all stop
at Ernst-Reuter-Platz, Lines 145 and 245 stop at Steinplatz
||Zoologischer-Garten station, Lines S3, S5, S7, S75, S9
For details of fares, timetables, etc. contact the Bus
and U-Bahn service or the S-Bahn.
How to get the TU campus from outside Berlin?
By road: (avoid using the car, but best opportunity for parking is
at the Strasse des 17 Juni)
- Coming from the north - Hamburg/Rostock (A24 autobahn):
At the motorway junction Oranienburg take the A111 to Berlin Zentrum,
and at the motorway junction Charlottenburg turn onto the A 100.
Leave at the Kaiserdamm exit, and turn left at the end of the slip
road to turn onto the Kaiserdamm boulevard (later Bismarckstrasse).
Continue over the traffic island into Strasse des 17 Juni, and the
Main Building of the TU Berlin is on your right after 100 yards.
- From Hannover (A2) and Leipzig, Nuremberg:
Take the motorway A10 (Berlin Ring) to the Drewitz motorway junction,
then the AVUS (A 115) to Berlin-Zentrum. At the Funkturm follow the
signs to Wedding, but then take the first exit to Kaiserdamm. Turn
left at the end of the slip road to turn onto the Kaiserdamm
boulevard (later Bismarckstrasse). Continue over the traffic island
into Strasse des 17 Juni, and the Main Building of the TU Berlin is
on your right after 100 yards.
- By rail:
The main campus is only a five minute walk from Zoologischer-Garten
railway station. If you arrive at a different station you can take the
S-Bahn as described above.
Electronic timetable of the German railways (Deutsche Bahn AG)
By plane (Berlin has three airports)
The airport is very close to the Main Campus. Take the airport
shuttle bus (X9) to Ernst-Reuter Platz (15 minutes) or take a taxi
This is across the city, so a taxi is expensive unless you can
share the costs.
Both options take about an hour.
- Take a 171 bus to S-Bahnhof Schönefeld, then take a regional
train or S-Bahn (Line 9 - end station Westkreuz) to Zoologischer
Garten. From there you can walk down Hardenbergstrasse (five
minutes), take a bus (145, 245, or X9), or take the U-Bahn one
station to Ernst Reuter Platz. (Or you can stop a taxi and take a
fixed rate short ride).
- As an alternative you can also go the underground station
Rudow (by bus), and from there take the Line 7 (destination
Spandau) to Möckernbrücke, then change onto the Line 2
(destination Ruhleben or Olympiastadion) and travel through to
Ernst Reuter Platz.
This city airport is fairly convenient. Take a 119 bus to
Witternberg Platz, then take the underground U-Bahn Line 2
(destination Ruhleben or Olympiastadion) and travel through to Ernst
Reuter Platz. Takes about 30 minutes.
Travel funding by the Astronomische Gesellschaft
The Astronomische Gesellschaft supports young astronomers with travel grants
to promote cooperation with other institutions and invites them to attend
conferences. For more information, visit their
The Local Organizing Committee