Information

Symposium fees

Attendee prior to April 1st on/after April 1st
Members of IOTA and IOTA/ES: 80 € 90 €
Non members: 90 € 100 €
Accompanying person: 35 € 35 €

Registration fee includes:

  • Welcome reception on Friday evening with BBQ and drinks
  • Social dinner on Saturday
  • Admission to lectures on Saturday and Sunday including coffee break and refreshment
  • Abstract booklet and symposium information folder
  • Wireless access in conference center

Registration fee for accompanying person includes:

  • Welcome reception on Friday evening with BBQ and drinks
  • Social dinner on Saturday
  • Information folder for “Ladies program” on Saturday and Sunday

Excursion fees:

Monday: 45,- € (visit of research mine, lunch, guided city tour, cathedral & organ play)

Tuesday: 55,- € (Radebeul observatory, lunch, Meissen city visit, wine tasting Bus transfer)

 

Getting to Freiberg

The nearest airports are Prague (Czech Republic) and Dresden (Germany). The train from Berlin takes about 3 hrs; Freiberg is part of the local public transport system of Dresden (32 mins to main station). Autobahn junctions for Freiberg are Siebenlehn (A4) and Nossen-Ost (A14). Junction Dresden-Gorbitz (A17) for participants travelling from Prague is not advised, as roadworks will disrupt traffic here.

Please note:

In the past, people have accidentally made their way to Freiberg am Neckar, a town founded in 1972 close to Stuttgart, southern Germany. Freiburg, also in southern Germany, is spelled differently, so are Freyburg (central Germany) and Freiburg (Switzerland). Freiberg, the first of several mountain towns, is located close to Dresden.