is the third-largest city of Austria,
located on the river Danube in the
northern part of Austria. The city was
the European Capital of Culture in
2009, and is home to several
You can reach Linz by plane (Linz
Airport 15 minutes travel, Salzburg
Airport 90 minutes travel, Vienna
Airport 150 minutes travel, Munich
Airport 180 minutes travel), or train
(fast trains leaving from Vienna,
Salzburg, Munich, and Frankfurt).
a look at the presentation from
Linz tourism office.
JKU: The Johannes Kepler
University Linz is the biggest
university in Linz, with approximately
RICAM: The Johann Radon Institute
for Computational and Applied
Mathematics is an Institute of the
Austrian Academy of Sciences, located
at the campus of JKU.
Science Park: located at the JKU
campus, is the building where most of
the mathematics at JKU - including
RICAM - are situated, and where the
next MCM 2015 will take
Accommodation: Convenient Hotels are
located within walking distance of the
conference site. More details will be
posted here in due course.