EMCSR 98 General Information
The University of Vienna is one of the oldest European universities,
founded in 1365, and has been a leading institution of scientific
teaching and research ever since. The present university staff
consists of 426 "ordentlichen" and "außerordentlichen Professoren" and
2,102 "Assistenten", and appr. 92,000 students are enrolled in its
faculties. The main building (Dr.Karl Lueger-Ring 1, 1st district)
houses the rector's and the deans' offices, the university library,
lecturing rooms and departments. The majority of departments is
located in other buildings.
The Conference Desk on the first floor will be at your service on
Tuesday from 9.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. and Wednesday to Friday from 8.30
a.m. to 6.00 p.m. for registration and information. It can be reached
by telephone during these hours. You may also contact members of the
Organizing Committee for help and information.
You are kindly asked to wear your badge all through the Conference to
identify as a Congress participant, because the university building is
open to the public.
Participants to whom mail has been addressed c/o Secretariat of the
EMCSR 98 may collect it at the Information Desk. They will find their
names listed on the Notice Board.
Coffee will be available free of charge at the registration office
during the coffee breaks. Other refreshments can be bought in the
university building (look for "Buffet"). A list of restaurants and
coffee shops close to the university is available at the Information
Monday, 13 April 1998, 5.30 p.m. - 9 p.m., informal reception by
the Council of the Austrian Society for Cybernetic Studies, in their
rooms at Schottengasse 3, first floor, in the first
Friday, 17 April 1998,at 8 p.m. invitation to a "Heurigen" by
Dr.Michael Häupl, the Mayor of Vienna, and by the Austrian Society for
Cybernetic Studies. Special invitations will be available at the
registration desk on Thursday, April 16.
The conference fee (AS 3,500.- for payment received by the end of
March 1996, AS 4,200.- for payment at the registration desk) includes
participation in the Fourteenth European Meeting, attendance at the
reception and the Heurigen, and the volumes of the proceedings. The
fee for the tutorial is AS 600,- (incl. 10% VAT).
PROCEEDINGS OF THE MEETING
R.Trappl (ed.): "Cybernetics and Systems '98". Vienna: Austrian
Society for Cybernetic Studies, ISBN 3 85206 139 3. One copy of
the proceedings is included in the conference fee.
We are happy to welcome you in Vienna and hope that your stay here
will be successful and pleasant!
Last modified: Thu Feb 26 14:03:58 MET 1998