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3rd General Assembly, 5th Steering Committee, 1st STAB Meeting, Berlin, 21-23 November, 2017



3rd General Assembly, 5th Steering Committee

1st Scientific and Technical Advisory Board Meeting

21-23 November, Berlin, BMVI


20.11. Day of arrival and informal meetings
21.11. General Assembly
22.11. General Assembly & Scientific and Technical Advisory Board
23.11. Steering Committee & Modelling Node (additional information will follow)

The venue is the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI), Service Building, Invalidenstraße 44, 10115 Berlin, Germany.

Registration deadline is October 20th 2017. Please use the attached registration form and send it to schuetze@bafg.de

Participants giving a talk should use the DANUBIUS template prepare their files in 4:3 format and send them to schuetze@bafg.de by November 17th.


Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI)
Invalidenstraße 44
10115 Berlin


The entrance to the meeting venue is located in “Schwarzer Weg”, which is perpendicular to the main entrance (“Invalidenstraße”).



Regarding organization: Katharina Schütze (Tel.: +49-261-1306-5564, E-Mail: Schuetze@bafg.de ) Jan Ole Kreher (Tel.: +49-261-1306-5022, E-Mail: Kreher@bafg.de)

Regarding program: Maria Ionescu (E-Mail: danubius.research@geoecomar.ro)


How to reach BMVI

By airplane: Transport from Tegel Airport: JetExpressBus TXL. Take the bus to “Hauptbahnhof”. Continue by foot, bus, U-Bahn, S-Bahn or tram.
By train: Long distance trains: via “Hauptbahnhof”

Connections with public transport to the BMVI in Berlin

Walking distance from “Hauptbahnhof” to BMVI is 650 m.
Alternatively you can use one of the following means of transportation:
Bus: 120, 142, 245, 123, 147 (“Invalidenpark”) U-Bahn: U6 (“Naturkundemuseum” or “Oranienburger Tor”), U55 (“Hauptbahnhof”) S-Bahn: S3, S5, S7, S75 (“Berlin Hauptbahnhof”) Tram: M5, M8, M10 (“Invalidenpark” or “Naturkundemuseum”)
You can also search for the best connection on: http://www.bvg.de/en


This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 739562.