Electronic Participation (ePart) Conference
IFIP EGOV and ePart conferences 2013 are hosted by the University of Koblenz-Landau, Campus in Koblenz, Germany. The local host is the research group E-Government at the Faculty of Computer Science. The conferences take place in the frame of Informatik 2013, the German Computer Society's annual conference.
The address of the venue is Universitätsstraße 1, 56070 Koblenz, Germany. Get directions to reach us ...
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The University of Koblenz-Landau is one of Germany's youngest universities and was founded in 1990. In 2012, the University of Koblenz-Landau has approximately 16,500 students and 900 employees. The University is spread over two campuses (Koblenz in the north of Rhineland-Palatinate and Landau in the south of Rhineland-Palatinate - approx. 200 km south of Koblenz) and offers more than 30 study programmes.
Some impressions of the University of Koblenz-Landau, campus in Koblenz: left: one of the buildings of the Campus - a former Military office; right: the main square of the campus (Mikado-Platz) - meeting place for students and staff during breaks and to enjoy the sun
The Koblenz campus of the University of Koblenz-Landau is one of the most modern unviersity campuses in Germany. It offers a fully equipped modern campus with comprehensive congress facilities. Situated at the banks of the river Mosel, in a short distance (15 min by bus) to the city center, it will offer all it's facilities for you during the conference.
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The University of Koblenz-Landau, Campus Koblenz, is also equipped with a room for swaddeling and nursing. It is located directly next to the conference venue.
Koblenz is a wonderful old Roman town with modern infrastructure and a young spirit. Koblenz offers convenient hotels nearby the University and in the City centre. It is surrounded by a beautiful UNESCO world heritage landscape of the Rhine valley, historical attractions like medieval Rhine castles, and a convenient infrastructure for travel from all over the world, including four international airports, excellent railway connections, and several highways.
Some impressions of Koblenz: first, a view from Mosella river to the old town of Koblenz, nearby the German corner; below, an impression of Münzplatz, one of several squares in the centre of Koblenz.
Koblenz is situated in the picturesque landscape of the Rhine and Moselle (UNESCO world heritage), known for excellent wines, romantic medieval castles, Loreley and Goethe. The three pictures below show on the upper left the Marksburg in Braubach, 10 km up the Rhine valley (south of Koblenz) which has never been destroyed; on the upper right, a Limes Tower from ancient roman empire's borders in Rheinbrohl, about 15 km north of Koblenz; and at the bottom an impression from the Loreley rock to the Rhine valley.
(© rlp Tourismus) (© Romantischer Rhein)
(© Rheinsteig Büro)
The town owes its name to the Romans who named the castle "castellum apud confluentes" - this means "castle at the confluence of the rivers".
A variety of cultural offers (sightseeing, museums, boat trips on Rhine and Moselle), outdoor activities (hiking, bike tours) and a certain portion of nightlife with several attractive locations in the historical city centre make Koblenz an ideal location for a number of events, such as conferences, our annual summer school at University etc. Due to a favourable geographic location (Rhine valley, surrounded by low mountain ranges of Westerwald, Eifel, and Hunsrueck), Koblenz is also known for very good weather conditions all over the year.