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The Venue


Photograph by Jan Müller
NDES 2010 takes place in the Görges-Bau (named after the physicist Johannes Görges), in the very heart of the university campus in Dresden.

Photograph by Jan Müller
This building offers a fascinating mixture of bulky electric machines and beautiful artwork, of modern lecture theatres and comfortable lounges.

Photograph by Jan Müller
Besides the Institute of Electrical Power Engineering, the Görges-Bau harbours the ALTANA art gallery. This gallery amazingly blends with the building and its technical equipment. Regularly changing exhibitions and a number of permanent exhibits are on display.

Photograph by Jan Müller
The current exhibition color continuo features the "system and art of colour". All expositions are accompanied by musical events and arts performances.
Further impressions can be obtained at the institute's homepage.

The University

The Technische Universität Dresden dates back to the Technische Bildungsanstalt Dresden, founded in 1828 and, thus, ranks among the oldest technical-academic educational establishments in Germany. Today TU Dresden is the largest university in Saxony.
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The City


Photograph by Tang Tang
Dresden is undoubtledly one of the most beautiful cities in Germany. Severely destroyed during the war, the city centre today lives up to its old magnificence. Not only Dresden, but the close surroundings with the city of Meißen and its porcelain manufactory, the Moritzburg and Pillnitz castles and the Elbe Sandstone Mountains (also called Saxon Switzerland) are worth days and weeks of visiting.


Travel & Accomodation

Getting here

  • Download information on travel from Dresden Hauptbahnhof (central station) and on the hotels below. From Dresden Airport (DRS) you can reach Dresden Hauptbahnhof by suburban train S2 in about 20 minutes.

Hotel reservation

Hotel rooms in different categories have been reserved for the conference participants. Please reserve your hotel on the online registration form when registering to the conference.

Single Room Double Room
Pullman Hotel Newa 97,00 € 125,00 €
Intercity Hotel 95,00 € 120,00 €
Ibis Hotel Bastei 65,00 € 85,00 €
The prices are per room and night including breakfast and VAT. It takes about 10 minutes from the conference venue (Görges-Bau) to the hotels by tram or about 30 minutes on foot.

Please note that all reservations are made on a first come first served basis. To reserve a hotel, a registration to the conference is required.

Youth Hostels

There is a number of hostels in Dresden suitable for students. We recommend the Youth Guest House (Jugendgästehaus), a bigger and more luxurious hostel, and the Youth Hostel (Jugendherberge), a smaller hostel, but in walking distance to the venue and the Dresden Central Station.


For any questions or further information about registration or hotel reservation please contact:

CMD Congress Management GmbH Dresden
Bertolt-Brecht-Allee 24
01309 Dresden, Germany

Phone:+49-351-2152 7800
Fax: +49-351-2152 7808
Email: ndes@cmd-congress.de
   

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