ANNPR 2016 is held at the University of Ulm. The City of Ulm is located in the south of Germany, between Stuttgart and Munich. The University campus is in the north-west of Ulm. This part of the city is called “Oberer Eselsberg”.
- Universität Ulm (Süd), Oberer Eselsberg, James Franck Ring
- Building O28
You can fly to the international airports of Stuttgart, Munich or Frankfurt, or to the smaller airports Friedrichshafen or Memmingen. Frequent train connections to Ulm are provided from all of these airports. Have a look at reiseauskunft.bahn.de for exact train schedules.
Frankfurt airport offers direct train connection to Ulm with the comfortable Intercity-Express (ICE) departing directly at the terminal (some connections require changing trains in Mannheim and/or Stuttgart).
From Stuttgart and Munich airport, you take a local train to the city’s main train station, from where you have direct trains to Ulm.
Approximate travelling times from the respective airports to Ulm train station:
- Stuttgart and Munich: 2:00 hrs
- Frankfurt: 2:30 hrs
Airport Friedrichshafen (FDH) near Lake Constance offers direct train connection to Ulm from the terminal, duration about 1 hour.
From Memmingen airport (FMM) you can take a local bus to Memmingen train station, from where frequent trains reach Ulm in 30 minutes.
Reaching the University of Ulm
From the bus station in front of the train station (and many other stations, of course), take line 3 (or line 5 which takes only slightly longer), direction Universität or Wissenschaftsstadt. During the day, busses leave every 10 minutes and take about 20 minutes to reach the university. You will need to get off at “Universität Süd”. The one-way fare is currently 2,20 EUR (standard price for a single journey within the Ulm/Neu Ulm city area). An all-day ticket is 7,20 EUR and is valid for up to 5 people.
Timetables of the busses can be found at www.ding.eu (in German only).
Reaching the Workshop
Once you arrive at the “Universität Süd” bus stop it’s about a two minute walk to the exact venue (Universität Ulm (Süd), Oberer Eselsberg, James Franck Ring, Building O28). If you arrive by car, parking spaces can be found all around the building. There will be ANNPR2016-signs showing you the way.