About the Venue
The venue of the conference will be placed on the campus of the University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt in the heart of the city of Würzburg, which is very well-known for its abundance of both local and international students. The population of the city of Würzburg is about 130,000, whereas over 30,000 are students.
One of the great advantages of our current location is its closeness to major German cities such as Frankfurt am Main and Munich, offering an abundance of shopping, dining, sight-seeing and cultural opportunities, as well as practicality due to both cities having large international airports. Germany is well-known to be located at the very heart of Europe, allowing for visits to many of its closely-situated neighbors such as Switzerland, France, Austria, Poland, Hungary, Luxembourg, the Czech Republic and many others.
The city of Würzburg is famous for its three large universities, the University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt, Julius Maximilian University Würzburg and the University of Music Würzburg, which constitutes the city’s acclaimed and distinguished educational base. Würzburg is very well-known for its vivid student life, truly a utopia for students, with straightforward travel connections to every part of Germany and many of its neighboring countries (practical train connections and highway A3 and A7 access), convenient public transportation throughout the inner-city and outskirts (streetcars and busses), considerable variety and fair prices for housing, accommodations, dormitories, private apartments and living expenses, abundance of sightseeing, cultural entertainment, shopping and dining opportunities, furthermore Würzburg definitely does not disappoint for those concerned about its nightlife. Despite the city being considerably smaller, its nightlife can easily compete with those of bigger cities, by offering a variety of clubs and bars, contributing to the city’s lively and bustling after-dusk atmosphere.
Würzburg will surely charm you away with its alluring and ambrosial cityscape and landscape. In the distance the city’s famous vineyards enchant visitors with its subtle yet stark allure, whereas high above the city presides the Marienberg Fortress displaying a tribute to the city’s significant past. Additionally, the Würzburger Residence located at the heart of the city, is a UNESCO's World Heritage site and known to be one of Europe’s most significant palaces nowadays.