The annual DGD Days on “Discretization in Geometry and Dynamics” will be held this year at the Tagungszentrum Landshut in Bavaria. The DGD Days program is organized with talks and presentations on key themes in the mornings and with workshops and research exchange groups in the afternoons, providing ample opportunity for discussion and exchange.
1. Accommodation and conference location
The 2021 DGD Days will take place at the Tagungszentrum Landshut.
Landshut lies to the north east of Munich and is the beautiful and historically rich capital city of Lower Bavaria. The modern Tagungszentrum Landshut lies on the outskirts of the city, close to the river Isar and surrounded by nature, offering plenty of opportunities for sport and relaxation before and after the days main programm of events.
The TaLa Conference Center has been open again since June 7th 2021 and has a well planned hygiene concept. All accommodation is in single rooms; the talks will take place in the sports hall, which has been furnished to accommodate our group whilst observing the 1,5m distancing regulations, and of course, all participants must present either an immunisation or recovery certificate, or a current negative corona test on arrival. The house lies in a large park near the Isar river, enabling us to meet outside in smaller groups, and perhaps even to eat in the Biergarten, should the weather permit.
For those travelling by car, there is ample free parking directly at the Tagungszentrum.
Click here to access the hygiene concept of the Tagungszentrum Landshut.
2. Travel information for members from Berlin
For the members from Berlin, accommodation at the Tagungszentrum is available from Tuesday, 14th September 2021.
We will organise group travel by train from/to Berlin and a shuttle between Landshut station and the Tagungszentrum.
Arrivals on Tuesday, 14th September: Depart Berlin Hbf at 14:30 , arriving in Landshut at 20:12
Departure: Friday, 17th September: Depart Landshut 16:48, arriving in Berlin at 21:51
If you wish to travel by plane, the nearest airport is Munich Airport. From there, take the Bus 635 to Freising and from Freising the train to Landshut. Please inform Diane Clayton-Winter of your arrival time at MUC and for suitable connections.
2. Travel information for members from Austria:
For the members from Austria, accommodation at the Tagungszentrum is available from Tuesday, 14th September 2021.
Travel by train:
Arrivals on Tuesday, 14th September: Depart Wien Hbf at 15:15 or 16:30, arriving in Landshut at 19:28 or 21:21
Departure: Friday, 17th September: Depart Landshut 16:37, arriving in Wien at 21:30
From Graz: please consult Diane for details. Journey time approx. 6,5 - 7 hrs
3. Travel information for members from Munich
Travel by train:
There is a regular train service from Munich Hbf to Landshut. A shuttle from Landshut station to the Tagungszentrum will be organised for the following connections:
Arrivals on Wednesday, 15th September: Depart München Hbf at 07:44, arriving in Landshut at 08:29
Departure: Friday, 17th September: Depart Landshut 16:48, arriving in München Hbf at 17:37
Please register here by July 20th: DGD Days Registration
Wednesday, 15th September, 9am until Friday 17th September, 4pm
We plan a mixed programm with talks in the mornings and work in groups or small workshops in the afternoons. Please indicate on registration, if you would like to give a talk. Suggestions for work in groups and workshops should be sent to Diane Clayton-Winter: firstname.lastname@example.org
The scientific organization of the DGD Days 2021 lies in the hands of the Board of the SFB TRR109:
- Ulrich Bauer
- Alexander Bobenko
- Folkmar Bornemann
- Gitta Kutyniok
- Yuri Suris
The DGD Days 2021 are organised by Diane Clayton-Winter, SFB Team Assistant at the TU München.
Contact information for enquiries regarding accommodation and travel:
Tel.: +49 (0)89 289 18352
Participation at the DGD Days is not compulsory, as we respect the different needs of each individual in view of the pandemic. However, we do hope to welcome as many of you to the meeting as possible, in a first attempt to return to a new kind of normality.