The training school will take place at Christian-Albrechts University in Kiel, Germany. All tutorial lectures will be held in seminar building LS1, Leibnizstraße 1 (room 209a, 3rd floor) in the northwestern (“lower”) part of the campus.
Leibnizstraße 1 (Image credits: Jürgen Haacks, CAU Kiel)
The lab sessions (Mon/Tue/Thu afternoon, Fri morning) will take place in the multimedia lab, Hermann-Rodewald-Straße 3 (room 304, 2nd floor) in the southeastern (“upper”) part of the campus, and Raytrix GmbH, Schauenburgerstraße 116 (main building 1, 2nd floor).
Both locations can be reached from seminar building LS1 by foot in about 20–30 minutes, or by bus line 81 in less than 10 minutes (exit at stop “Universität” resp. “Goetheschule”).
Hermann-Rodewald-Straße 3 (Image: Jürgen Haacks, CAU Kiel)
Raytrix GmbH, Schauenburgerstraße 116 (Image: Raytrix GmbH / KITZ)
The university’s cafeteria Mensa I, where you can have lunch during the noon breaks (12:30–14:00), is located close to the multimedia lab at Westring 385 on the upper campus.
The ESRs will receive tickets for the cafeteria which include 1 meal (from counters A–E), 1 additional side dish or dessert, and 1 soft drink. The menu for the week March 13–17 is available for download here (in English).
Mensa I, Westring 385 (Image: Björn Obmann)
Internet access is provided at the university venues via WLAN using your eduroam account. Special guest accounts for the local CAUx network can be given to the participants on request if needed. See also the website of the University Computing Center for information about WLAN configuration (needed for CAUx guest account only).
In order to allow all the students to be accommodated at the same hotel, we have pre-booked 20 individual rooms at Maritim Hotel Bellevue Kiel, Bismarckallee 2, Kiel.
The rooms are available for the period March 12–18 (check-in from 15:00, check-out until 12:00) for a special rate of 79 €/day including breakfast buffet.
Use the following link to make your booking at Maritim Hotel:
The offer expires by February 20, so make sure to before that date.
If you prefer to stay in a different hotel, please try to make the reservation soon.
Please book a flight to Hamburg airport. For transfer between Hamburg airport and Kiel main station use the Kielius bus shuttle (departure at Hamburg airport at stop B in front of the terminals). Tickets can be purchased from the bus driver.
For time tables, ticket prices, and further information see the Kielius website www.bahn.de/autokraft/view/angebot/kielius_en/kielius-ueb-eng.shtml.
Local Traffic Service
You can use the KVG bus lines to get to the lower campus of Kiel University (exit at stop “Leibnizstaße”).
Students accommodated at Maritim Hotel can enter at bus stop “Roonstraße” which is within 2 minutes walking distance from the hotel. There are different options to get to Leibnizstraße 1 from there:
- Take line 41 (direction “Tannenberg”), at stop “Steenbeker Weg” transfer to line 62 (direction “Schiefe Horn”), exit at stop “Leibnizstraße”.
- Take line 42 (direction “Rungholtplatz”), at stop “Torfende” transfer to line 61 (direction “Aalborgring”), exit at stop “Leibnizstraße”.
The tour takes about 20 minutes by bus. We recommend to take line 41 at 8:31 to arrive at seminar building LS1 until 9:00.
From LS1 you can get to the upper campus, where the cafeteria and the multimedia lab are located, with most bus lines departing from stop “Leibnizstraße” (6, 61, 81) in less than 5 minutes. Exit at stop “Universität” in front of the tower building.
The main train station (bus stop “Hauptbahnhof”) and the university are connected directly by a number of bus lines (50, 60S, 61/62, 81, 91) in less than 20 minutes.
See also the KVG website www.kvg-kiel.de/en for timetables and route maps. The standard price for a one-way ticket is 2,60 € incl. transfer).
Since the bus route from Maritim hotel to Leibnizstraße 1 is a bit unfavorable, you could also take a taxi in groups of 3–8 instead (ca. 12–18 €) which takes about 12 minutes. Sporting aces can also get there by foot in about 40 minutes.
|ETN-FPI (Project number 676401) is funded under the H2020-MSCA-ITN-2015 call and is part of the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions — Innovative Training Networks (ITN) funding scheme|