Bonn is a medium-sized historical city, located on the river Rhine in
central western Germany.
As federal city, it is home to many federal agencies, United Nations
organizations, as well as Deutsche Post and Deutsche Telekom.
The University of Bonn is member of U15, the group of
large, research-oriented German Universities.
Lectures and practical robot work will take place in
the Computer Science Institute of University of Bonn, lecture hall
The address is: Friedrich-Ebert-Allee 144, 53113 Bonn, Germany
Three airports are in the vincinity of Bonn:
(FRA): Take ICE train to Siegburg station and change there
to local train 66. Exit at stop Olof-Palme-Allee. Travel time: 1:30.
(CGN): Take Bus SB60 to Bonn Main station and change there
to local train 66,63, or 16. Exit at stop Olof-Palme-Allee. Travel
(DUS): Take train (via Köln) to Bonn Main
Station and change there to local train 66,63, or 16. Exit at stop
Olof-Palme-Allee. Travel time: approximately 1:20.
Bonn has two railway stations:
The high--speed ICE trains stop here on the connection
Fankfurt-Köln. Take local train 66 and exit at stop Olof-Palme-Allee.
Travel time: 0:32.
Hbf: Non-highspeed trains stop here. Take
local train 66 (direction Bonn-Ramersdorf, Königswinter), 63, or 16
(direction Bad Godesberg) and exit at stop Olof-Palme-Allee.
Travel time: 0:08.
The venue is at the end of Autobahn A562.
There is only a walkway from the Fridrich-Ebert-Allee to
Access by car is from Nahum-Goldmann-Allee.