Coordinators

Veronika Oechtering
Scientific director

Henrike Illig
Researcher

Eileen Jahn
Jessica Krooß
Nina Merkl
Diren Senger
Greta-Marleen Storath
Student assistants

Phone +49 (0)421 / 218 – 64469
Fax: +49 (0)421 / 218 – 98-64469
Email info@ingenieurinnen-sommeruni.de

Postal address:
University of Bremen
Center of Excellence Women in Science and Technology
Department 3
P. O. Box 330440
D – 28334 Bremen
Germany

Delivery address:
University of Bremen
Mehrzweckhochhaus (MZH) Room 1130
Bibliothekstraße 1
D – 28359 Bremen

Germany

http://www.ingenieurinnen-sommeruni.de

Directions

Travel to Bremen University

All events take place at facilities of Bremen University.

Arrival by train
Exit the building of Bremen’s central station heading south (towards the city center). Taxis and trams leave directly from the square outside central station. Take tram number 6 towards university (“Universität”). The tram takes approx. 16 minutes from central station to the university.
The nearest tram and bus stop to the summer universities’ registration office is Universität-Zentralbereich.
A single ticket costs 2,80 Euro and can be purchased from a ticket machine directly on the tram.

For students there are reduced fares for 7-day-tickets. You will have to register for a special student card at the BSAG information desk. There are no reduced fares available for single ride tickets.

The BSAG information desk is situated in the main square outside Bremen central station, a silver tower a bit to the left, in between the bus and tram stops.

Opening hours of the BSAG information desk:
Monday — Friday 7:00 — 20:00 o’clock
Saturday 9:00 — 18:00 o’clock
Sunday 9:00 — 17:00 o’clock

For more information about tickets and reduced fares:
Download Information about Tickets and Reduced Fares 05-08-2017

For more information regarding prices and travel time please visit www.bsag.de

Transfer from Bremen central station to the University of Bremen by taxi is approx. 12 Euros.

Arrival by bus
Several busses stop at “Universität-Zentralbereich” (BSAG bus lines 21, 22, 18, 31). Another nearby bus stop is called “Universität NW1” or “Universität-Naturwissenschaften 1” (VBN bus lines 630 and 670). BSAG tickets are accepted in VBN busses. For more information visit www.bsag.de and www.vbn.de.

Arrival by car
When arriving via highway A1 change at interchange “Bremer Kreuz” onto highway A27 in the direction of “Bremen-Bremerhaven”. Get off the A27 at the exit “Universität / Horn-Lehe” and proceed in the direction of “Centrum / Universität”. On the campus and in the university technology park there are plenty of parking areas (starting from 0,70 Euro/day).

Arrival by plane
Transfer from the airport to the University of Bremen by taxi is approx. 20 Euros.

Much more aggreable is the transfer via tram number 6, which is running directly from the airport to the university, stopping at “Universität-Zentralbereich” and taking exactly 30 minutes.

You will find up-to-date travel information on how to reach the University of Bremen here:  Directions on Bremen University website.

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Conference office

Conference office of the summer university

When arriving at the University of Bremen, please make sure to visit our summer universities’ conference office first:
The summer universities’ conference office is located on the central Campus of the University of Bremen in the building Mehrzweckhochhaus (MZH) on the 1st floor, room 1100 (Campus map, rooms map MZH).

Address of the Conference Office
University of Bremen
Sommerunis
Bibliothekstrasse 5, Building (Haus) MZH
Level (Ebene) 1, Room (Raum) 1100
D-28359 Bremen

Opening hours
The summer universities’ conference office will be open
Monday-Friday from 8.30 — 17.00 o’clock and
Saturdays & Sundays from 10.30 — 17.30 o’clock.
You will receive all necessary documents at the summer universities’ conference office.

The course rooms will be listed in the conference folders. You will receive your folder at the summer universities’ registration office. We do not publish room information on the website because our experience has shown that there are to many changes during the summer university weeks that need face-to-face contacts.

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