Conference Site

DEXA 2009 will be held on the Campus of the Johannes Kepler University of Linz

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Altenbergerstrasse 69
A-4040 Linz
Austria, Europe

You can reach the University

by car:
The campus is right next to the "Dornach" exit of the A7 – Mühlkreisautobahn, with Passau, Salzburg and Vienna all being roughly a 1:30 hour's drive away.

by train:
Linz is a railway hub with Intercity lines connecting it to Vienna, Salzburg/Munich, Passau/Nürnberg and Prag. See the timetable of Austrian Railways for connections. From the railway station (Linz Hauptbahnhof), you can use

  • a taxi (approx. 15 minutes)
  • a non-stop speed bus (only in the early morning)
  • public transport (approx. 40 minutes):
    1. purchase MIDI ticket from ticket machine at tram stop in front of railway station;
    2. take the tram line 1 or 2 (direction "Universität");
    3. get off at last stop ("Universität")
    4. from there, it is a 5-minutes walk (see map above) to the conference location.

by plane:
Linz has an international Airport in Hörsching, which connects the city to major capitals in Europe. Austrian Airlines Group, which is a member of the Star Alliance group offers frequent flights from/to Linz. For further information on time tables for flight, on how to get from the airport to the city center and related information, please visit the homepage of the airport.

Linz – Location & Travelling

Linz is located in Upper Austria, about 1.5 hours by car/train from Vienna and about 1 hour from Salzburg. Linz has an international airport, Linz Hörsching, with daily flights to/from major European Capitals. For getting around in Linz, the Linz AG Linien offer fast and efficient connections by tram and bus.

Getting to Linz

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By rail:

By car: