Reaching Jena

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Jena merely lies in the centre of Germany, in the federal state Thuringia. It is the second largest city in Thuringia with a population of roughly 105 000. Jena was first mentioned in 1182 and the university was found in 1558. Thus, in 2008 the (now called) Friedrich Schiller University was celebrating the 450th anniversary. The University has about 21 000 students, 6800 employees, and 346 professors. There are lots of sights in Jena, that you will get to know during the social activities.

Other places of interest nearby are Weimar – city of culture ↗, the capital city of Thuringia Erfurt ↗, and Eisenach ↗ with the world heritage Wartburg ↗, where Martin Luther, seminal figure of a reform movement in sixteenth century Christianity, subsequently known as the Protestant Reformation, translated the Bible into the vernacular for the first time. - trip planner

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You can reach Jena by bus ↗ or car via highways A4 (west–east) and A9 (north–south) or by train to the stations Westbahnhof (west–east) and Jena Paradies (north–south). Feel free to use the Deutsche Bahn plugin on the right side to see connections to Jena from your home town. Next international airports are Erfurt-Weimar (68 km) and Leipzig-Halle (88 km).

Coordinates of Jena:
50° 55′ 37.94″ N, 11° 35′ 10.9″ E
50.927206°, 11.586361° ↗

Registration and Welcome BBQ

After your arrival in Jena, the registration and welcome BBQ on 26th March will take place at:

Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena
Institut für Anorganische und Analytische Chemie (IAAC)
Humboldtstraße 8
07743 Jena

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Talks and Poster Session

Talks will be held in the second biggest lecture hall of the University called HS 2 – you can't miss it – and posters will be presented directly in front of HS 2 in the foyer.

Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena
Campus, HS 2
Carl-Zeiss-Straße 3
07743 Jena

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