The Vienna BioCenter is a leading life sciences location, offering a unique combination of research, education and companies on a campus in the heart of Vienna. Scientists, students and entrepreneurs come together at the Vienna BioCenter to create a highly dynamic environment with internationally competitive standards.

The conference will mainly be held at the

IMP lecture hall located on campus.



Campus Vienna Biocenter 1

1030 Vienna, Austria

Recommended accommodation

Below you find our partner hotels in the vicinity of IMP / IMBA or that are very convenient to reach by foot or public transportation.

Hotel Doppio

Rennweg 99 / Rinnböckstraße 1, 1030 Vienna

To reserve please contact the hotel.



Hotel Gabriel
Landstrasser Hauptstrasse 165, 1030 Vienna
To reserve please contact the hotel.

Hotel ibis budget St. Marx
Franzosengraben 15, 1030 Vienna
To reserve please go to their webpage

Hotel Savoyen
Rennweg 16, 1030 Vienna
To reserve please contact the hotel.

Useful information

We encourage everyone to use environmental friendly public transportation if possible. We aim at an CO2 neutral event and present an 'Go-Green'-Award for the longest distance traveled by train or bus (more information will be provided at the event).

Public transportation

The Vienna Biocenter can be easily reached by

  • Train - Vienna Biocenter

  • Subway U3 - Schlachthausgasse

  • Bus 74A - Viehmarktgasse

  • Tram 71 - St.Marx

Traveling to Vienna

By train

Look for the train offers from the oebb (Austrian Railways) which connect many European cities to Vienna.

By bus
Check the Eurolines website for connections to many European Cities.

By plane

The International Airport Schwechat (VIE) is just outside of Vienna. It serves most European Cities and has also several daily flights to America and Asia. A direct train (S7) connects the airport to the Vienna Biocenter (station: St. Marx - 25min ride) for just Euro 3.90 (tickets are available directly at the train station).

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