The conference will take place at the University of Muenster (Münster), Germany and at the Mercure Hotel Muenster.
On Thursday, July 28, 2011, the conference will take place at University Castle, Aula. The address which you may use for Google maps is: Germany, Muenster, Schlossplatz 2.
On Friday and Saturday, July 29-30, 2011, the conference will take place at Mercure Hotel Muenster. The address which you may use for Google maps is: Germany, Muenster, Engelstrasse 39.
The gala conference dinner on Friday, July 30, takes place at Zwei-Löwen-Club (Two-Lions-Club). The address which you may use for Google maps is: Germany, Muenster, Am Kanonengraben 9
Münster was founded in the year 805 and became well known when the Thirty Years War ended in 1648 as a result of a peace treaty signed in Münster`s town hall.
Münster is also known as the "Bicycle Capital" of Germany because bikes are the most common means of transportation in the city.
In 2004 Münster earned the title of “World’s Most Liveable City” (LivCom Award 2004, category: 250,000 to 700,000 inhabitants) and in fact, the restored city center with his arcades, churches, narrow alleys, lively squares, pubs and street cafes is popular with tourists and locals alike.
A tour of the city and more about Münster is available here.