Information on travelling to Stuttgart
Triangulated Categories in Algebra, Geometry and Topology
March 14-18, 2016
Brauer Graph Algebras
March 21-23, 2016University of Stuttgart
|Place|| Both workshops take place in Pfaffenwaldring 57,
on the Vaihingen Campus of the University of Stuttgart. The train
station 'Universität' (served by local 'S-Bahn' trains) is at the centre
of the Vaihingen campus, less than five minutes walking distance
from Pfaffenwaldring 57. When leaving the station follow the signs to
The lecture room V57.02 is on the ground floor of the building. Coffee breaks, computer rooms and discussion rooms are on the seventh floor.
Stuttgart airport has many European and a few
Underneath the airport there is a station for local trains (S-Bahn). The S-Bahn
lines S2 and S3, direction Stuttgart city centre, stop at the station
'Universität' (travel time from the airport: about 15 minutes, the
university station is the first underground station when coming from
to buy a ticket from a
vending machine near the stairs to the platform, before boarding the train.
Frankfurt airport is the main international airport in Germany, with direct flights to many countries. Frankfurt airport has two train stations; fast trains are serving the station sign-posted in the airport by 'long-distance trains'. High speed trains (ICE) to Stuttgart take about 75 minutes; sometimes one has to change at Mannheim. Slower trains may take different routes and much more time; they also can be much cheaper. Tickets can be bought from an office in the central hall of the station. All these trains arrive at Stuttgart central station (Hbf), see below.
München airport also has many international connections. It is connected by S-Bahn with München central station (Hbf) where you can change to a fast train (ICE or IC) to Stuttgart. This takes more than three hours.
Baden airport (Karlsruhe and Baden Baden) is mainly served by budget airlines. There are regular bus connections to nearby Baden Baden station (while Karlsruhe is further away). There you take a train to Karlsruhe, where you change to Stuttgart. The trip takes more than two hours and is relatively cheap.
|By train||Fast trains are arriving in Stuttgart Hbf (central station).
station there is a station for local trains (S-Bahn, signposted by a
big white S on green ground as shown here).
The lines S1, S2 and S3 (direction Vaihingen, further to Flughafen or
Herrenberg) run regularly and take about 10 minutes to the station
There are direct TGV trains from Paris Est to Stuttgart, taking about 3.5 hours.
The fastest trains from Zürich airport to Stuttgart, via Zürich central station (Hbf), take little more than 3 hours.
For information (in English) on train connections and for buying tickets online (printing at home is possible) see DB website.
|Transport in Stuttgart||The Vaihingen campus (S-Bahn station 'Universität')
is well-connected through the S-Bahn network
to the city centre (S-Bahn stop 'Stadtmitte'), to the
central station (Hbf='Hauptbahnhof') and the airport ('Flughafen') and
also to many neighbouring towns. Travelling by S-Bahn to the central
station or to the airport is in general much faster and cheaper than
using a taxi.
In addition to S-Bahn, there is also a network of trams (for Americans: streetcars) and of busses. On the website of the transport company VVS (=Verkehrsverbund Stuttgart) you find information (in German) on timetables ('Fahrplan') and tickets and also maps ('Karten'). When entering your destination please note that the university also has a city centre campus, far away from the Vaihingen one. Entering 'university Vaihingen' will work almost as well as 'Universität Vaihingen'.
Here is an explanation on the mobile VVS-app, which also allows to buy tickets.
Alternatively, one may also use DB website (in English).
Here are maps of the local transport networks:
S-Bahn ('Universität' is on the green, orange and red lines).
|Some maps||The mathematics department of the University of Stuttgart is located
in the building Pfaffenwaldring 57, on the Vaihingen campus. Here is a
map of the area around this building, and
here is a picture of this area.
Here is a detailed map of the campus. And here is a schematic map showing the exits of the university S-Bahn station; the exit signposted 'Universität' inside the station is indicated by the S next to the white number 2 in the red circle. Pfaffenwaldring 57 is the building marked blue with black number 57.
|Contact||In case of any questions please contact tc2016 or bga2016 at mathematik dot uni minus stuttgart dot de.|
|IAZ / Fachbereich Mathematik|