|On April 26-28 we organise a Masterclass on 'Supramolecular Functional Materials' with MAINZ visiting Professor E.W. (Bert) Meijer, to be held at Schloss Waldthausen.
The number of participants is limited and will be filled on a first come, first served basis. Please register to the event using Eventbrite (deadline is April 15). All participants are asked to contribute by presenting a poster. Please submit your poster abstract in the poster template format to the Graduate School of Excellence "MAterials science IN mainZ" (MAINZ) coordination office - firstname.lastname@example.org.
The programme is available here. The meeting starts at 14:00 on Wednesday and finishes at 13:30 on Friday.
Schloss Waldthausen is a former manor house built by a tycoon from the Rhineland in the early 20th century. It is now operated by the Sparkasse as a training academy and conference venue.
From Frankfurt International Airport: Local trains and the S8 are running at least every 30 minutes to Mainz main station. From the main station you can take a taxi or bus line 68 (15 min) to Budenheim Schloß Waldthausen. By car: Via freeways A60 or A66. Here is a link to Google Maps with the location highlighted.
On the west bank of the river Rhine, Mainz is one of the oldest german cities going back to Celtic and Roman settlements. It is famous for wine, carnival, and the invention of the movable-type printing press. It has also been a fortified city for most of the time and remnants of the past can be found everywhere. See here for more information.