General Information

Wien, in the heart of Central Europe, is an old city whose historical rôle as the capital of a great empire and the residence of the Habsburgs is reflected in its architectural monuments, its famous art collections and its cultural life, in which music has always played an important part.

Schwechat, the international airport of Wien, is about 19 kilometers from the center of the city. Transportation from the airport costs by taxi about 350 österreichische Schilling (öS), by bus to the air terminal 70 öS, and by the train (Schnellbahn) about 40 öS. Wien is also connected by direct trains with many European cities.

Temperatures during the day usually range between 22-28 degrees centigrade. There are rain showers once in a while.

DLT 2001 will be held July 16-21, 2001, at the Technische Universität Wien. All lectures will be given at the "Freihaus Building" in the Wiedner Hauptstraße 8-10, which is located near the Karlsplatz in the center of Wien. Sessions will be held in Hörsaal 5 (HS 5) at the second floor (2. OG, Turm A, green area).

On Monday, July 16, the Conference Office is located at Hotel Erzherzog Rainer, Wiedner Hauptstraße 27-29, and is open from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. A welcoming drink will be served.

On Tuesday morning, July 17, the Conference Office is located at the second floor (2. OG) of the Freihaus Building, Turm A (green area), and is open from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Later on, the Conference Office is located at the Institut für Algebra und Computermathematik, fifth floor (5. OG) of the Freihaus Building, Turm A (green area) and is open during conference time.


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Last update: December, 1st 2000, 13:00 (MS)