Train Shuttle CAT offers direct train service from Vienna Airport to Wien-Mitte. The costs are approx. € 9. From there you can go by tram Nr 2 to Dr. Karl-Lueger Ring.
You can go directly by tram D to Dr. Karl Lueger Ring.
You can go by underground, U6 (terminating at Floridsdorf) to Volksoper/Währinger Strasse. From there, you can go by trams Nr. 40, 41 or 42 to Dr. Karl Lueger Ring (terminal station).
Participants are requested to organise transfer themselves.
We recommend transfer with a local Airportservice. There will be staff in the exit area at the airport on Saturday 14 July and Sunday 15 July who will be happy to inform and guide you. Please watch out for the ICBIC logo. The company offers regular shuttles in mini vans every 20 minutes, however if you wish to depart immediately, this is of course possible as well.
The flat rate prices are:
Shuttle: EUR 12 / person
Limousine: EUR 28 (up to 3 persons)
Business Line (Mercedes, Jaguar, Volvo): EUR 35
The business line service should be booked in advance.
Additionally to the abstract volume produced by JBIC you will find a CD of the conference abstracts sponsored by Helvetica Chimica Acta in your bag.
March 9th, 2007
Eurasia-Pacific Uninet has awarded 7 short term grants to young scientists from member institutions of Eurasia-Pacific Uninet to attend ICBIC13, July 15 – 20 in Vienna.
March 9th, 2007
The Federal Ministry of Science and Research has awarded 9 short term grants to young scientists, below 35, from Eastern- or South Eastern Europe (non EU states) to attend ICBIC13, July 15 – 20 in Vienna.
Applications (CV, letter of recommendation, list of publications) should be submitted to email@example.com for attention of Professor Bernhard Keppler, Chairman ICBIC 13.
Februray 28th, 2007
New Deadline for Pre-Registration & Payment at Reduced Rate: