Vienna lies in the very heart of Europe, making it an ideal and attractive conference venue. The outstanding geographic position will hopefully not only attract bibliometricians and scientometricians from all over the world, but also target a much broader audience of scientists, science policy makers, research managers, funders and information specialists.
“Grandiose Vienna was the showpiece of the all-conquering Habsburg dynasty, and the seat of its ruler. Monumental edifices line the city centre, world-class museums burst with treasures, white stallions strut their way down mirrored halls and renowned orchestras and angelic choirboys perform in lavish concert halls.”
Vienna is not only famous for its cultural attractions, but also has an outstanding culinary reputation.
Location of the conference:
University of Vienna - Main Building
Among the monuments on the Viennese Ringstraße, this building belonging to the University of Vienna takes pride of place. This imposing structure in the immediate vicinity of other representative buildings such as Parliament, Town Hall, and Burgtheater (national theatre) was opened in 1884.
University of Vienna
A 1010 Vienna
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