Neuschwanstein Castle

July 19-22, 2005, Technische Universität München, Germany

IEEE CEC 2005

TUM Tower, Munich

Conference Venue

Munich, which is located in the southern part of Germany, offers unsurpassed tourist attractions; where the cultural entertainment is one of the most varied in Germany, the alps with its spectacular natural scenery and the world-famous castles which are a must during every Europe tour.

The conference will be held at the downtown campus of the Technical University of Munich and in the nearby Theresianum. The conference location is surrounded by world famous art galleries: Alte Pinakothek, Neue Pinakothek and Pinakothek der Moderne, Lenbachhaus and Glyptothek. Each of these are less than 300 m away from the conference site.


Tourist Information

Munich offers a variety of attractions for conference attendees and accompanying persons. Some examples are: Visiting a Munich opera or concert by one of three international Orchestras; guided tours of the various museums; trips to the nearby lakes and beautiful alpine countryside. It is also possible to take a tour to one or more of the famous Bavarian castles (Neuschwanstein, Hohenschwangau, Linderhof, Herrenchiemsee) built by King Ludwig II of Bavaria or visit some of the numerous baroque churches.

Detailed information about Munich and Bavaria can be found at munich.de. Sightseeing tours can be booked here.

Munich hostes this year (April 28 — October 9) the famous BUGA 2005 (the German National Garden Festival). For more information please click here.

 

Department of Informatics

The Technische Universität München is a cradle of computer science. In 1967 it was the first German university to offer a complete course of studies in computer science and led the way for similar courses at other universities. Through international contacts that date back to the 1950s it has been and still remains one of the world’s top addresses for the exchange of ideas in this field. In summer 2002 the Department of Informatics and the Department of Mathematics moved into a completely new building located at the Garching campus (near Munich). This light-flooded building is equipped with a modern network infrastructure and several well equipped PC labs. More pictures of the campus and the University can be viewed here.

 

 

Department of Informatics