Venue

Conference & Workshop venue

The workshops (Sep 6) on day one will be held at Science Congress Center Munich Garching:
Walther-von-Dyck-Straße 12, 85748 Garching, Germany

The conference (Sep 7-9) will take place at Fraunhofer AISEC in Munich/Garching:
Lichtenbergstraße 11, 85748 Garching, Germany

How to get there

By train

The closest subway station is „Garching Forschungszentrum“. The subway line U6 (blue color) will directly take you to „Garching Forschungszentrum“ from „Marienplatz“ or „Odeonsplatz“ in approx. 25 minutes.

From the central station „Hauptbahnhof“, take the U4 (turquoise color) or U5 (brown color) to „Odeonsplatz“ or any S-Bahn to „Marienplatz“. Then take the U6 in the direction of „Garching Forschungszentrum“ (travel time approx. 35 min.).

By car

On the motorway A9 Munich-Nuremberg take the exit „Garching-Nord“ in the direction of „Forschungsinstitute“. At the first traffic light turn left towards „Freising“, at the next traffic light turn right into Lichtenbergstraße. After approx. 70 m you will find the institute on the right hand side.

By plane

From Airport Munich to campus Garching either with S1 to Neufahrn, from there take bus 690;
or S-Bahn S8 to Ismaning and take bus 230. Traveltime about 50 minutes.


Parking place

Around the building there are enough parking spaces for visitors. 

Accommodation

There are some hotels in the close distance:
– Courtyard by Marriott Munich Garching (directly to workshop location)
– Hotel Motel One Munich Garching (10 min)
– there are a variety of hotels close to the city center („Marienplatz“ or „Odeonsplatz“ approx. 25 minutes)

*We are currently in discussions to get special rates for SafeComp attendees at selected hotels and will keep you updated about this topic on this page.


About Munich

Located in the foothills of the Bavarian alps, Munich is a modern metropolis but at the same time a historic and traditional city that offers a large amount of attractions to discover.

Munich is rich in imposing architectural sites like the neo-Gothic town hall at Marienplatz or the Italian-style Odeonsplatz with numerous famous landmarks.

The city is known for its green spaces especially the English Garden which is even larger than Central Park.

As Munich is home to many museums with collections from science and technology in the Deutsche Museum to classical and contemporary art in the Pinakotheken, there is always something new to explore!

Here you can find more about what the city and its surroundings have to offer.