The get-together will take place on Sunday, June 2nd, at 18:00 in the Bunsen Hall of the WISTA convention center (entrance: Volmerstraße 2, 12489 Berlin). Enjoy typical Berlin delicacies and meet your colleagues! The registration desk will be open from 17:30.
Campus Adlershof Tour & Berlin City Tour
The Campus Adlershof tour and the Berlin city tour will take place on Wednesday, June 5th, at 14:30. Please keep in mind to bring your name badge as it contains your registration information.
The meeting point for the Berlin city tour will be the Forum Adlershof (Rudower Chaussee 24, 12489 Berlin). The busses will depart at 14:30 sharp, so we recommend all participants to be at the meeting point by 14:15 at the latest.
Meeting point for the Campus Adlershof tour will be the foyer in front of the Bunsen Hall (WISTA convention center, entrence: Volmerstraße 2, 12489 Berlin). This tour will also start at 14:30 sharp, so we recommend all participants to be at the meeting point by 14:15 at the latest.
Both tours will take about 3.5 hours.
The conference dinner will take place on Thursday, June 6th, at 19:00 in the BOLLE Festsäle (Alt-Moabit 98, 10559 Berlin). We will offer a shuttle service to the venue, meeting point for the shuttle service to the conference dinner will be the Forum Adlershof (Rudower Chaussee 24, 12489 Berlin). We kindly as you to be there in time as the shuttle service will depart at 18:00 sharp.
Please make sure that you bring your name badge with you, as it contains your conference dinner registration and your meal preferences. We kindly ask for your understanding that we have to check your badge when you board the bus.
The BOLLE Festsäle are among the most impressive venues in Berlin. Built in the slipstream of the industrial age, solemny inaugurated in 1893 in the presence of the last German Empress Auguste Viktoria, the BOLLE Festsäle are characterizied by the spirit of foundership and the grandeur of those days. Ceiling heights of up to eight metres, unrendered brick walls, high steel brace windows, cast-iron columns and a love of detail noticable in every corner of the listed building make them a prime example of Berlin‘s industrial architecture.