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Welcome to Essen GLCC 2024

The 50th German Liquid Crystal Conference is going to be hosted from the 13th to 15th of March 2024 at the University of Duisburg-Essen.

We are looking forward to seeing you in Essen!

Contact details:

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Michael Giese
Conference Chair GLCC 2024

Administrative assistant:
Andrea Nusselt
glcc2024@uni-due.de
+49 201 183 3097

Nina Harder
glcc2024@uni-due.de
+49 201 183 3096

Key Dates

Agenda Item Time Date
Start of registration at venue 10:45 13.03.2024
Opening ceremony 13:00 13.03.2024
Closing of the conference 13:00 15.03.2024

Registration

We are pleased to announce that the German Liquid Crystals Conference 2024 is now open for registration.

Register and submit your abstract here: https://www.conftool.com/glcc2024/

Registration Deadline: 22. February 2024

Registered delegates are able to attend all conference talks, poster sessions and exhibitions. The registration fee includes coffee breaks, the conference dinner and a visit of the coking plant of mine Zollverein followed by a “Ruhrgebiets”-snack – “Currywurst Pommes” (as well as vegan alternative).

Cancellation conditions: 100 % refund before 1.02.2024; 50 % refund before 26.02.2024. We cannot offer refunds after 26.02.2024.

Note: Accommodations must be booked separately. The accommodation page provides information on different hotels and the distance to the planned conference location.

Each participant will need to make his own reservation.

Registration Fee

Status group Early-bird registration
(until 22.02.2024)
Late registration
(after 22.02.2024)     
Regular (non-members of the DFKG) 290 € 320 €
Members of DFKG 250 € 270 €
PhD Students / Postdocs 150 € 170 €
Staff Free Free

 

Venue

The 50th German Liquid Crystal Conference will be held on the Campus of the University Duisburg-Essen located in the north of Essen close to the city center.

The auditorium is on the ground floor of the buildung S07.

Hörsaal S07 S00 D06
Universität Duisburg – Essen
Faculty of Chemistry
Universitätsstraße 7
45141 Essen

Campus Essen
The campus in Essen
S07
The Building S07

 

 

 

 

 

 

Campus Map


Lageplan Campus-essen-crop-small

 

Accommodation

Here is a list of recommended accommodation possibilities:

Flowers Hotel  1,3 km by foot – 2 km by car https://flowershotels.de/essen 
Premier Inn Hotel Am Limbecker Platz 1,1 km by foot – 1,5 km by car https://www.premierinn.com/de/de/hotels/deutschland/nordrhein-westfalen/essen/essen-city-limbecker-platz.html
Ramada By Wyndham 1,4 km by foot – 3,4 km by car https://www.wyndhamhotels.com/de-de/ramada/essen-germany/ramada-essen/overview
Novum Hotel Ambassador 1,3 km by foot – 2,3 km by car https://www.novum-hotels.com/hotel-ambassador-essen
Wohnzimmer Essen Steele 4,3 km by car https://wohnzimmer-essen.com/

Travel

Arrival by train or by plane

Several bus lines and S-Bahn lines are going to the University of Duisburg – Essen.
The Düsseldorf airport is connected to the Essen main station via train and S-Bahn.
A comfortable connection might be:

  • RE6 and RE2 (regional Express): Düsseldorf Airport to Essen main station (25 minutes)
    Subway lines U11 and U17: Essen main station to Universität station (5 minutes)
    4 minutes-walk to the yellow building S07

https://www.ruhrbahn.de/fileadmin/ruhrbahn_media/downloads/Netzplaene/Schienennetz-barrierefrei-2022.pdf

 

The City of Essen

Essen has undergone an enormous development over the centuries: from a medieval settlement with a monastery for the ladies of the high nobility to one of the world´s most important centers of the coal and steel industry to a modern metropolis in which globally active companies from the fields of administration, health, trade and services have found their home.

Essen really offers exciting contrasts:
Industrial culture at the UNESCO World Heritage Zollverein.
High culture at the Museum Folkwang, the Philharmonie, the Aalto theatre and of course the Villa Hügel, former residence of the Krupp family.
Huge recreation areas as the Lake Baldeney, the Ruhr river and several hiking trails.
Essen is one of the greenest cities in Germany!

© Elke Brochhagen, Stadt Essen