MoVeP 2010 (28. June - 02. July 2010, Aachen)
Student session
Feb. 2012 Homepage of MOVEP 2012
10.7.2010 most of the slides are online
5.7.2010 picture gallery of
MOVEP 2010
18.6.2010 detailed schedule is online
17.6.2010 local information leaflet
31.5.2010 accommodation: special rates
now until June 7
22.5.2010 submission closed
4.5.2010 tentative schedule is online
3.5.2010 abstracts of some talks online
19.4.2010 information on accommodation
14.4.2010 style file for abstracts online
13.4.2010 information on travel grants
12.4.2010 registration is open
12.4.2010 Call for participation
10.4.2010 travel information is online
Important Dates
registration: April 12 - June 1, 2010
submission: until May 21, 2010
(for student session)
special rates for accommodation:
until May 27, 2010
school: June 28 - July 2, 2010

Local Information Leaflet

In the local information leaflet you find helpful informations concerning the school and Aachen. You will get a printed version upon registration here in Aachen.

About Aachen

Aachen is a german city with about 250.000 inhabitants, located directly on the border to The Netherlands and Belgium. We have collected some links to allow you to find out more about the city:

Getting to the School Venue

The summer school will take place in Aachen (Germany) at the RWTH Aachen University in a new building called Super C (the building on the right hand side of the picture on the starting page) next to the main building of RWTH Aachen University.

The address of the building is Templergraben 57 in Aachen. It is within walking distance from the city center.

The room for the talks is called "Ford Saal" and is on the top floor of the building. From there one has a nice view over the city of Aachen.

Getting to Aachen

Aachen is located in the western part of Germany, at the border to Belgium and to The Netherlands. Larger cities close to Aachen are Cologne (70 km), Düsseldorf (80 km), and Brussels in Belgium (130 km).

Railway connections

Aachen Central Railway Station is part of the Thalys line from Paris via Brussels to Cologne. Local train connections from Cologne (60 min.) and Düsseldorf (80 min.) are available every hour. A high speed train connection from Frankfurt Airport via Cologne to Brussels is also available with a stop at Aachen. For detailed time tables and booking, consult the web site of the German Railways.

Flight connections

  • The airport Cologne/Bonn (Köln/Bonn) provides connections to many European cities. From the airport there are train connections to Aachen via Cologne Main Station.
  • The airport Düsseldorf International provides connections to many European and US cities. There are direct train connections from Düsseldorf airport to Aachen.
  • Frankfurt Airport is the destination airport for most oversea flights to Germany. There is a direct InterCityExpress connection to Aachen once or twice a day, and regular connections with change at Cologne main station.
  • From Brussels Airport, it is recommended to use the local connections to one of Brussels's main railway stations and then to take the Thalys/TGV or InterCityExpress service to Aachen/Cologne.

By Car

We recommend to use one of the many online services to compute the best route to Aachen from your point of departure.

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