Sun 22 - Fri 27 September 2024 Linz, Austria

Getting there

The JKU campus can be reached by tram, by bus, or by taxi. We recommend the tram with lines 1 (blue) and 2 (purple) departing about every 5 minutes and both having the JKU as their final destination. Alternatively, bus lines 305 and 311 can be used.

The JKU campus

The workshops will be held in the Science Park 2 & 3 buildings, and the main conference will be held in the lecture hall of the Keplergebäude building.

Campus plan

About Linz

Linz is a city nestled along the picturesque banks of the Danube River, with ~200.000 inhabitants and about 1.5h away from Salzburg and Vienna. It has a significant historical legacy dating back to Roman times, but also a strong presence in the industrial and technological sectors and is known for its contemporary art scene.

One iconic landmark in Linz is the New Cathedral (Neuer Dom), a masterpiece of Gothic architecture that towers over the cityscape. For a glimpse into Linz’s artistic side, visit the Ars Electronica Center, a futuristic museum that explores the intersection of art, technology, and science with hands-on experiences. The charming Old Town (Altstadt) of Linz is a hotspot for historic buildings and cozy cafes. It connects to the Landstraße, the main shopping street of the city, which impresses with beautifully preserved facades of old merchants’ houses.


Altenberger Straße 69
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