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Conference Location

The ARTEM OCC 2020 Conference will take place at the Chemnitz University of Technology in Chemnitz, Germany. Main conference location will be Reichenhainer campus, in the south of Chemnitz. 

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The final details about the conference sites and session rooms will be published in the conference program. To find your room you can use the campusplan and the room finder.

The history of the TU Chemnitz goes back to the year 1836, when it was founded as the "Königliche Gewerbeschule zu Chemnitz" (Royal Vocational School of Chemnitz) and has since developed into the third largest university in Saxony with about 11 000 students, 8 faculties and 162 professorial chairs. The TU Chemnitz is characterized above all by uniquely combined study courses such as "Sensorics and Cognitive Psychology". In addition, the university is particularly keen to support young scientists. For this purpose, the "Center for Young Scientists" was founded in 2014. This centre is intended to provide young scientists with mentoring opportunities and promote networking and careers.

Another focus is set on internationality. Currently 2500 of all students come from abroad. The university also maintains cooperative relationships with more than 100 partner institutions all over the world. Through these cooperations, students and scientists can realize joint research projects and stays abroad. In addition, Chemnitz University of Technology is actively involved in international network organizations for the further development of the global knowledge society, such as the "Academic Consortium 21", in which 19 of the world's most respected educational and research institutions deal with the role of universities in the 21st century.

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Access / Transport Information

Arrival from Berlin

Airport Berlin-Tegel (TXL) to Chemnitz

1.) by car (https://goo.gl/maps/QyMDTHjsJTCgW4QN9)

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2.) by public transport

  • Take the bus TXL to Berlin Central Train Station.

  • Then take an IC/EC to Leipzig Central Train Station.

  • In Leipzig, take the RE6 (track 23) to Chemnitz Central Train Station.

  • Arriving in Chemnitz, take the tramline 3 in the direction „Technopark“ and get out at „TU Campus“.

Airport Berlin-Schönefeld (SXF) to Chemnitz

1.) by car (https://goo.gl/maps/gw7egkbcsBmjyznW9)

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2.) by public transport

  • There are diverse ways to get best from Airport Berlin-Schönefeld to Chemnitz by public transport.

  • The best one might be to take the RE 7 in the direction „Wünsdorf-Waldstadt“, then get out at „Zossen“, get in the RE5 in the direction „Elsterwerda“, [aktuell SEV, nochmal checken] Riesa – Chemnitz

Berlin Central Train Station to Chemnitz

1.) by car (https://goo.gl/maps/ZTs5d9iw9Gixmmdv5)

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2.) by public transport

  • by train:

    • There are different trains going to Leipzig throughout the whole day.
    • In Leipzig, take the RE6 (track 23) to Chemnitz Central Train Station.
    • Arriving in Chemnitz, take the tramline 3 in the direction „Technopark“ and get out at „TU Campus“.
  • by bus:

    • You can also use the flixbus.
    • You will arrive at the bus terminal („Omnibusbahnhof“) in Chemnitz.
    • From here, you can walk to the Central Train Station (about 400m) and take the tramline 3 in the direction „Technopark“ and get out at „TU Campus“

 

Arrival from Dresden

Dresden Airport (DRS) to Chemnitz

1.) by car (https://goo.gl/maps/ZzkYX1Mk4CQ6s7EDA)

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2.) by public transport

  • Take the S2 in the direction „Pirna“ (half-hourly at XX:18 and XX:48) to the Central Train Station.
  • Follow the steps below (Dresden Central Train Station to Chemnitz, 2.)).

Dresden Central Station to Chemnitz

1.) by car (https://goo.gl/maps/5KGrYqCU4sQ8Hx3XA)

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2.) by public transport

There are two trains between Dresden Central Train Station and Chemnitz:

  • RE 3 (track 14)

    • takes one hour (1:00 h)
    • hourly between 4:48 am and 8:52 pm
  • RB 30 (track 12)

    • takes one hour and nineteen minutes (1:19 h)
    • hourly between 5:06 am and 11:06 pm

Arriving at Chemnitz, take the tramline 3 in the direction „Technopark“ and get out at „TU Campus“.

 

Questions or problems? Email the conference orga team, at artemocc2020@sciencesconf.org

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