Radcliffe Camera

The workshop will held at the Campus Gußhaus of TU Wien in Vienna, Austria. TU Wien is located in the heart of Europe, in a cosmopolitan city of great cultural diversity and international dimensions. Since 1815 TU Wien has been a progress oriented place of research, teaching and learning. With more than 28.000 students and 5.000 research staff members TU Wien is Austria’s largest scientific-technical research and educational institution in the field of science and engineering.

The Campus Gußhaus hosts Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology of TU Wien. Nine institutes form the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology and explore the technological advances shaping the 21st century.

How to get to TU Wien Campus Gußhausstraße

The Campus Gußhausstraße of TU Wien is located next to the inner city of Vienna and close to the famous shopping street Kärtnerstraße.

  • Airport
    The Vienna International Airport is situated 20 kilometers south east of the center of town. From there you have the following connections to Wien Mitte (Landstraße)
    • Train (S-Bahn S7, Railjet)
    • CAT (City Airport Train)
  • Public Transport
    Campus Gußhausstraße can easily be reached with public transportation. A detailed overview of the public transportation network and a journey planer are available here (Wiener Linien).
    • Subway
      The closest subway stop is Taubstummengasse.
    • Tram
      The closest tram stop is Paulanergasse.

A list of hotels which are close by the workshop venue can be found in this pdf file.