The conference will take place at the University of Freiburg, Germany.

The University of Freiburg was founded in 1457 and is one of the oldest universities in Germany. It has received multiple national awards as one of the best universities in Germany for its excellent research and teaching, and it is a creative, inspiring, and enjoyable environment for its roughly 25,000 students.

The main program of the conference will take place in the university's historical "Kollegiengebäude I" right in the city center.

The historical "Kollegiengebäude I" (left) and the university library (right). Photo: Sandra Meyndt

The city of Freiburg

Freiburg, which calls itself the “Green City,” is located in southwestern Germany. It is known all over the world for its historical old town, the nearby mountains of the Black Forest, great recreational opportunities and high environmental standards.

Get to know Freiburg

Aerial view of Freiburg. Photo: Sandra Meyndt

How to reach Freiburg

You can reach Freiburg easily by plane, by train, and by car.

Nearby Airports

Airport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg (EuroAirport)
The nearest airport to Freiburg and only 70 km away. Travellers from Europe might consider this airport and taking the bus shuttle that leaves at the arrival level at the French side of the airport. It goes to Basel, station "Badischer Bahnhof", where you can take the train to Freiburg Main Station.

Frankfurt Airport
Approximately 270 km from Freiburg but with an direct train connection to Freiburg Main Station in about 2 hours. The fastest and most comfortable way for international travellers.

By car

Freiburg can be easily reached from Basel, Mulhouse, Strasbourg and Karlsruhe via the motorway network. The A5 autobahn and the B3 and B31 trunk roads allow easy access to the region.