Conference on the Occasion of Martin Schlichenmaier's 60th Birthday

December 10–12, 2012, University of Luxembourg

Supported by:
University of Luxembourg
University of Luxembourg
Mathematics Research Unit

Venue & info (to be updated)

The conference will be held at Campus Kirchberg of the University of Luxembourg. (Be aware that the University has a number of different campuses!)

University of Luxembourg, Campus Kirchberg
6, rue Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi
L-1359 Luxembourg
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

Seminar sessions will take place in Salle Paul Feidert.
The Mathematics Research Unit occupies the nearby building BLOC G.

Bus lines 1, 16 and 18 (running every 8'-10' throughout the working day) take you directly to/from the University campus from/to the main station (stop: Gare Centrale) and the city centre (stop: Hamilius/Royal).

If you are coming to the University:

- line 1 and line 16: get off at the bus stop Coudenhove-Kalergi. If coming from the city centre, cross the main street Avenue J.F.K.. Take rue Coudenhove-Kalergi at the end of the zebra crossing, the campus is on your left;

- line 18: get off at the bus stop Université-Campus Kirchberg, a few steps from the University main entrance.


By plane

Luxembourg airport is connected by regular flights to all main European destinations. Bus line 16 (see timetable) takes you in about 10' from the airport to the campus (bus stop Coudenhove-Kalergi) and in about 20' to the city centre.

Frankfurt-Hahn airport and Brussels-Charleroi airport are served by low-cost flights to many European destinations. A regular bus service connects the two airports to the main train station of the city of Luxembourg.

By train

There are direct trains (TGV) from Paris which take approximately 2h to reach the city of Luxembourg. Trains from Brussels to Luxembourg run hourly and take approximately 3 hours. There are also direct trains from Metz-Ville taking less than 1h and running every half an hour throughout the day. From Bonn the train takes about 3h (change in Koblenz). See the websites of the Luxembourg rail company CFL, or SNCF, or SNCB or Deutsche Bahn.


We ask the participants to make their own hotel reservations in Luxembourg City.
You might consider staying in one of the following hotels:
Hotel Molitor (in between the railway station and the city centre)
Hotel Victor Hugo (in between the city centre and the campus)
Hotel Francais (city centre).
A list of hotels in Luxembourg is available here. There is also a youth hostel.