Graz lies within an active high-tech area with numerous innovative companies, automation and automotive industry and research and education institutions related to the topic of the workshop.
The workshop will take place in the lecture hall I1 at the Electrical Engineering Building of the Technische Universität Graz, Inffeldgasse 18, 8010 Graz, Austria.
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Travel InformationBy Car:
Graz is connected to two major Austrian highwys. A2 connects to Vienna and over Klagenfurt with Italy. A9 connects to Slovenia, Salzburg, Linz and Germany. The closest highway exit is "Graz Ost" on the A2. Please plan your route to the Campus Inffeldgasse of the Graz University of Technology. Parking lots are available at the venue.
Graz has a number of direct connection to major cities in Austria and ist neighboring countries. Please book your ticket to "Graz Hauptbahnhof (main station)". From the main station take the steet car number 6 (direction "St. Peter") to the stop "Schulzentrum St. Peter (School Center St. Peter)". For information on publc transport within Graz and surroundings please refer to here. From that station it is a 5 minutes walk to the venue.
The Graz airport has a numer of daily connections to the major European hus such as Vienna, Munich, Frankfurt and Zurich.
The most convinient option from the airport to the venue is a taxi. A taxi from the airport to the venue costs approximately € 22.
- Taxi 878: www.878.at (Phone: +43 316 878)
- Taxi 889: www.taxi889.at (Phone: +43 316 889)
- Taxi 2801: www.taxi2801.at (Phone: +43 316 2801)
The buses no. 630 and 631 are going to the city center, exit at "Jakominiplatz". From there you can take the steet car number 6 (direction "St. Peter") to the stop "Schulzentrum St. Peter (School Center St. Peter)". For information on publc transport within Graz and surroundings please refer to here. From that station it is a 5 minutes walk to the venue.
Accomodation can be booked via the Graz Tourism Office. Mrs.Almut Fuchs-Fehringer will assist you in the booking. Please refer to the Austrian Robotics Workshop.