The Invisible School will take place at the TUM Science & Study Center Raitenhaslach. Nestling in the beautiful Bavarian landscape flanking the river Salzach, the former Cistercian monastery Raitenhaslach exudes inspiration and historical charm. After extensive restoration work, the monastery's late-baroque prelate's wing has been developed into a hub of international academic discussion – the new Science & Study Center of the Technical University of Munich (TUM). It is located close to Burghausen, a beautiful town in the Altötting district of Upper Bavaria in Germany, situated on the Salzach river, near the border with Austria. Burghausen Castle rests along a ridgeline, and is the longest castle in the world (1,043 m).
Accomodation for all the participants will be arranged in the facilities of Hotel Glöcklhofer located in Burghausen, which is located about 7 km from Raitenhaslach. The registration fee includes full board (all meals and coffee breaks), the social events, as well as bus transportation between Munich airport and Raitenhaslach, daily shuttle service between the hotel and the Raitenhaslach Study Center and the transfer to the Invisible workshop 2018 at KIT. Students will be accommodated in double rooms.
The school starts in the morning of the Tuesday, August 28 and ends in the afternoon of Saturday, September 1. Bus transfers from the Munich airport will be organized for Monday August 27 and from Raitenhaslach to the Invisible Workshop 2018 at KIT on Sunday, September 1. For those of the participants who will not participate at the Invisible workshop, bus transfer to Munich/Airport will be organized on Sunday September 1. Details of the transportation schedule will be posted here in due time.
How to get there in case, you decide to travel independently:
Raitenhaslach 9, 84489, Burghausen, Germany
GPS coordinates 48.127826716177, 12.7860903739929
Hotel Glöcklhofer, Ludwigsberg 4, 84489 Burghausen, Germany
GPS coordinates: 48.166381670382144, 12.832494735685032
School secretariat: Alex Langenkämper & Paola Mucciarelli