Venue and Traveling 2018
The GAMM annual meeting 2018 will be hosted by the Technische Universität München
The city of Munich has a lot of attractions to offer for tastes. Whether you are interested in history, music, architecture or art.
You can discover some of the most stunning sights of Munich by walking around the conference venue: famous museums, gorgeous churches, palaces and parks.
The Frauenkirche cathedral is the most well-known landmark of Munich. The impressive Gothic building of the Neue Rathaus at Marienplatz, the lively and colored Viktualienmarkt with all its delicacies, the beautiful Nymphenburg Palace with the extensive park facilities, the Allianz Arena football stadium in the north, the BMW Welt, a noble home for driving pleasure.
Individual tours and day trips can be found in: http://www.muenchen.de
Auditorium Maximum (Audimax): is the largest lecture hall of the TUM and was sponsored by Werner von Siemens. It was designed by Rudolf Wienands, who has been a professor at TUM since 1975.
Lecture halls: are located in the north part of the cam-pus, in different adjacent buildings. The passages, which connect the building complexes, are always at the first floor. All TUM room numbers at the main campus have four-digits: the first digit indicates the floor, the second digit the building, the third and the fourth digit the room number
By walking from one room to the other, you will come across several inspiring spots: the statue of Georg Simon Ohm, an exposition piece of the Olympic Park tent-roof, an interactive installation with a half-bodied BMW and much more… that tells the past and points at the future.
|Traveling to the Munich City Campus|