SPAA 2008 Local Information
On Saturday and Sunday, SPAA 2008 will take place at the Main Campus of the
Technische Universität München (TUM), Arcisstr. 21, 80333 Munich, and on
Monday, SPAA 2008 will take place at the Leibniz Rechenzentrum (LRZ), Boltzmannstr.
1, 85748 Garching (at the Garching Campus of the TUM north of Munich, which is easily
reachable via subway from the city center).
Please see the latest SPAA program (in pdf) or Google maps for more information.
- How to get to the TUM Main Campus (the Main Railway Station is at the lower left corner).
- How to get to the LRZ (see also the line U6 in the subway map).
If you need a visa to attend SPAA, please send your request for a letter in support of a visa application to Ashley Cozzi (firstname.lastname@example.org) at ACM headquarters, and include your name, mailing address, and fax number. Indicate that you plan to attend SPAA (authors of papers and brief announcements should also include the title).
We have a number of rooms at various hotels in the city center of Munich that can be
reserved at a special rate by participants of the SPAA conference:
The Hotel Königswache is directly next to the TUM and the other hotels next to the Munich Hauptbahnhof (Main Railway Station), which is about a 15 minute walk away from the TUM. There is a train from the Munich International Airport to the Main Railway Station of Munich (~40 minutes, ~10 Euros). The train is recommended since taxis are expensive.
The room reservation deadline was April 14. Please direct all requests concerning an existing reservation to email@example.com. If you cannot find
alternative accommodation on the web (through hotels.com etc.), please contact Christian
Scheideler at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will try to help you out.
In order for us to match you with some roommate(s),
please send an email to email@example.com containing the following information:
- Your name and gender.
- Your preferences (e.g., smoking or non-smoking room, or other preferences).
Munich is easily reachable via airplane and train. The nearest airport is the Munich International Airport, and the
Munich Hauptbahnhof (Main Railway
Station) is right in the center of Munich. There is a train from the Munich International Airport to the Main Railway Station of Munich (~40 minutes, ~10 Euros). The train is recommended since taxis are expensive. Trains operate every 10 minutes till midnight. Go here
in order to look up general train schedules for Germany.
Munich has an excellent public transportation system. Go
here for more information or download a
map of the subway system of Munich.
On June 14-15, Munich will celebrate its 850th anniversary with an artists
market and lots of shows in the center of Munich. More information (in German) can
be found here.
Here are some other interesting links:
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