Conference Location

The MATHMOD 2022 will be hosted by TU Wien. TU Wien is Austria´s largest scientific-technical research and education institution and is located in the city center of Vienna, the capital of Austria.

Main Conference Location

The technical program of MATHMOD 2022 Conference will take place in one of the premises of Vienna University of Technology, namely in Wiedner Hauptstraße 8-10 (Freihaus), 1040 Wien (see the map below). The registration desk is located in the second floor in the green area of this building.

TU Wien, Freihaus Building, Wiedner Hauptstraße 8-10, 1040 Vienna, Austria

TU Wien, Freihaus Building, is the light green building with the sign TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITÄT WIEN FREIHAUS above the main entrance. Pass through the red glass doors, and follow the signs to the conference office on the second floor (green area).

The conference will take place in the lecture halls on the second floor in the Freihaus Building of TU Wien.

The conference office is located on the second floor (green area) in front of lecture room HS5 in the Freihaus Building. The conference office will be open during the following times:

  • July 26, 2022, 15:00 – 18:00
  • July 27, 2022, 8:00 – 18:30
  • July 28, 2022, 8:00 – 18:00
  • July 29, 2022, 8:00 – 13:00

Location of Welcome Reception and Evening Lecture

The Welcome Reception (Tuesday, July 26, 2022, 18:00-21:00) and the Evening Lecture (Wednesday, July 27, 2022, 18:30-21:00) will take place in the Gußhaus building of TU Wien (Gußhausstraße 27, 1040 Vienna), which is only a 400 metres walk away from the main conference location.

TU Wien, Gußhaus Building, Gußhausstraße 27, 1040 Vienna, Austria

Viennese Heurigen Evening

The Viennese Heurigen Evening (Thursday, July 28, 2022, starting at 19:30) is held at Heuriger Schübel-Auer, which is located at Nussdorf in the north of Vienna close to the vineyards around Nussberg. To get there, walk from the conference venue to the Opera House and take the tram line D (station Oper/Karlsplatz U, Wien) in the direction of Nußdorf, Beethovengang. Get off at the tram station Nußdorf, Beethovengang. There are two entrances to Heurigen Schübel-Auer. The first is located directly across the tram station Nußdorf, Beethovengang on Zahnradbahnstraße. For the second, cross the street and walk along Schätzgasse. Turn left on Kahlenberger Straße and continue until number 22 (right side). Your registration package comprises two single tickets for the Vienna public transport. It is recommended to use these tickets for your journey to the Heurigen and back. Each ticket needs to be punched upon entering any means of public transport (look out for blue or orange ticket validators) and is valid for one trip in one direction (including changes).

Directions and entrances to Heuriger Schübel-Auer.

Floorplan of conference venue

Public transport to the conference location

The conference location can be reached with the following public transport means: metro line U1 (station “Karlsplatz”), metro line U2 (station “Karlsplatz”), metro line U4 (station “Karlsplatz”), tram line 1 (station “Resselgasse”), tram line 62 (station “Resselgasse”). The conference location is within 5min walking distance from these stations. Tickets (fee for a single ticket is currently 2,40 €) can be purchased in the online ticket shop, at ticket vending machines in metro stations, and at tobacconists. For more information on tickets please check the website of Wiener Linien.

Vienna’s most notable attractions:

The conference location is in walking distance to various hotels as well as to many cultural attractions, e.g., the imperial palace Hofburg, the Vienna State Opera, St. Stephan´s Cathedral, to mention a few of Vienna´s attractions. Further, shopping streets and pedestrian zones, offering a variety of shops and restaurants, are nearby the conference location.

  • Schönbrunn Palace, one of Europe’s most impressive Baroque palace complexes, is surrounded by an enchanting park, the Palm House, the Gloriette and a zoo.
  • Belvedere Palace, the summer residence of Prince Eugene of Savoy, is home to the world’s largest collection of Klimt oil paintings including his most famous work, The Kiss.
  • Hofburg, for more than 600 years the official residence of the Habsburg emperors, contains today important museums and important state rooms.
  • St. Stephan´s Cathedral, Austria’s most eminent Gothic edifice, houses a wealth of art treasures.
  • Spanish Riding School is home to the famous Lipizzan ballet showing riding skills of the highest order – from pirouettes to caprioles.
  • Vienna State Opera is considered to be one of the most important opera houses in the world that offers the largest repertoire, ranging from Baroque to the 20th century.

More information on sightseeing in Vienna is offered under following link