FRICO 2017

21st Workshop on Future Research in Combinatorial Optimization

Trier, August 14-18, 2017

FRICO 2017

21st Workshop on Future Research in Combinatorial Optimization

Trier, August 14-18, 2017



Travel and Accommodation

Traveling to Trier University

Getting to Trier by Plane

The closest airports are Frankfurt-Hahn, Luxembourg and Saarbrücken. From Saarbrücken, Trier can be reached by bus and train via Saarbrücken main station. From Frankfurt-Hahn and Luxembourg there are bus connections to Trier main station. For further information visit flibco.com for traveling via Frankfurt Hahn and flixbus.de or mobiliteit.lu for traveling via Luxembourg.

Getting to Trier University by Train and Bus

There are direct train connections from Trier main station to Cologne, Koblenz, Saarbrücken and Luxembourg. From Trier main station ("Trier Hauptbahnhof") take bus number 3 (bus number 83 in the evening hours) from terminal 5 and get off at the bus stop "Universität". There are more bus connections from Trier city center to Trier University via bus numbers 4, 6 and 30 in the daytime and via bus numbers 81 and 85 in the evening hours. Some of them stop at "Universitä Sü" which is also in easy walking distance to the venue.

Getting to Trier University by Car

To reach Trier University main campus by car, navigate to Universitätsring, 54296 Trier. Unlike the city center there is a fair amount of free parking spaces for visitors available at Trier University. Take parking ground west for building E.

Map of the Campus

The conference will be held in building E located directly on the campus. The easiest way to reach the venue is by taking one of the buses 3, 13, 83 (night) or 85 (night) until the stop "Universität". From the bus stop, building E is the first bulding on the right.

Accommodation

Located centrally

Located closer to the university


Conference sponsored by:
Conference sponsored by:

Contact

Operations Research
Universität Trier
Fachbereich IV - Mathematik
54286 Trier
Email:
frico@uni-trier.de

Images taken from wikipedia and math.uni-trier.de (Copyright Manfred Ries)