CSL/KGC 2003 will be held in the Austrian capital,
one of the most popular destinations in Europe.
Today Vienna combines modern life style with the spirit of the
past. Once the centre of the large Habsburg
empire, Vienna has largely preserved its historic
architecture. As a centre of musical life, the city is famous
for its Opera House and Festivals. But Vienna is also an
important European hub that houses several international
organisations, and it has become even more important since the
opening of the East.
The conference sessions will take place at the
Vienna University of Technology, founded in 1815.
Today it is one of Austrias leading universities with about
20.000 students. The TU Vienna employes about 3500 people
| Conference Site and Public Transport|
General information on public transport in Vienna you find
University of Technology
This is the place where most lectures will take place.
Karlsplatz -- main building
From the Hotel you take tram J to the Opera and walk through
the subway "Opernpassage" to the exit "Resselpark" and on
to the Main (Old) Building.
© 2002-2003 Kurt Gödel Society, Norbert Preining.