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The Leibniz Supercomputing Centre (German: Leibniz-Rechenzentrum, LRZ) of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities is a European supercomputing centre in Garching near Munich. Among other IT services, it provides resources for research and access to the Munich Scientific Network (MWN). The LRZ operates SuperMUC, which was the fastest European supercomputer when it entered operation in 2012.

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The conference will be held at the Leibniz Supercomputing Centre in 85748 Garching, Boltzmannstraße 1.


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Using Public Transport

From Munich Airport: Three stops with commuter line S8 (direction central station) to Ismaning (takes about 13 minutes). From there change to the regional bus number 230 direction Garching-Forschungszentrum, stop at Boltzmannstraße.

Arrival by train: From the Central Station (Hauptbahnhof) take the underground line U4/U5 to Odeonsplatz. Change there to U6 direction Garching-Forschungszentrum.

Coming from suburban regions around Munich: With any commuter line (S-Bahn) you first have to go to Marienplatz. Change there to the U6 (Garching-Forschungszentrum).

Other regional bus lines: Bus 690 (Eching-Neufahrn) last station to go. Bus 695 (Kirchdorf-Allershausen-Eching) as well as bus line 219 (Unterschleißheim) go to the bus stop Garching-Hochbrück. From there you can take the underground to Garching-Forschungszentrum (two stops only).

Detailed information regarding time schedules and fares of the Munich Transport System (MVV), please see http://www.mvv-muenchen.de. For a return journey inside the green and white zone, the Day Ticket XXL for 1 or 5 persons will usually be the best choice.

Directly to the electronic information system of the MVV:

Taxi

From the airport: takes about 20 to 30 minutes, and costs about 30/40 Euros.

From Ismaning: about 10 minutes, 12 to 15 Euros charge.

From central Munich: about 30 minutes, 25 up to 35 Euros will be charged.

Travelling by car

Whether from the South or the North, take the A9 autobahn to the exit Garching Nord (exit no. 70 - Ausfahrt 70). Follow the signs to "Forschungsinstitute" through the B11 intersect straight ahead to the parking area to the left on the Ludwig-Prandtl-Straße. The LRZ computer building, a large cube, is observable from the parking area. From there follow the paths to the LRZ computer center.

Accommodation

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Hotel König Ludwig II

The hotel is located directly in the pedestrian zone of Garching. With access to the underground train U6, you can reach the city centre within 20 minutes and the conference venue even within 5 minutes. All rooms are equipped with ground-in showers in stylish bathrooms, a minibar, telephone, radio, WiFi and flat screens.

Single Room: € 99,00 / night (incl. breakfast)

 

Hotel Pullman Munich

The hotel is located in the trendy part of Munich called Schwabing. With access to the underground train U6, you can reach the city centre within 10 minutes and the conference venue within 20 minutes. Most of the modern and elegantly designed rooms have their own furnished balcony or loggia and are mostly located to the quiet inner courtyard.

Single Room: € 124,00 / night
Double Room: € 149,00 / night (incl. breakfast)

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