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JCNS Workshop 2017

Trends and Perspectives in Neutron Instrumentation:
Probing Structure and Dynamics at Interfaces and Surfaces

10 - 13 October 2017, Tutzing, Germany


Location and Accommodation

The workshop venue is the ideally-located Conference Center of the Evangelische Akademie Tutzing, situated directly on Lake Starnberg in the foothills of the Alps, approximately 40km south of Munich.

The workshop fee includes accommodation for 3 nights (10-13 October), fullboard and the workshop dinner.

Accommodation is in single rooms. If the number of participants exceeds the number of rooms available in the Evangelische Akademie, equivalent accommodation will be organized in hotels in Tutzing. These hotels are all within short walking distance of the Akademie.


Evangelische Akademie Tutzing
Tutzing (German only)


How to reach Tutzing

From the center of Munich (approx. 50 minutes)

• At Munich main station take the S6 (leaves every 20 minutes) in the direction of Tutzing.
• From the S-Bahn station in Tutzing it is within 10 min walking to the Evangelische Akademie at the lake Starnberg.

From Munich airport (approx. 90 minutes)

• If your flight ticket does not include a journey in the MVV area, your journey on the S-Bahn (city train) to Tutzing requires a day ticket for the external area (Außenraum).
• Take the S1 (eaves every 20 min) in the direction of Munich Hauptbahnhof (main station) as far as Laim station (approx. 40 minutes)
• At Laim change trains at the same platform for the S6 to Tutzing.
• The Evangelische Akademie is approx. 10 min walking distance from the S-Bahn station Tutzing at the lake Starnberg.



Additional Information


For questions please contact:


Organizing Committee
Jülich Centre for Neutron
Science at MLZ
Lichtenbergstr. 1
85747 Garching

Monika Krug
Tel.: +49-89-289-11664
Fax.: +49-89-289-10799

Thomas Gutberlet
Tel.: +49-89-289-10718
Fax.: +49-89-289-10799


Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Zentrum

JCNS - Jülich Centre for Neutron Science