The EPS Forum Physics and Society will take place at the Magnus-Haus Berlin. It is the representative office of the DPG in the German capital and the domicile of the its regional association Physikalische Gesellschaft zu Berlin.
As a scientific meeting place, the Magnus-Haus Berlin serves to treat problems which physicists can contribute to solving and which are of general importance for our civilisation, to present physical science and its neighbouring disciplines, to promote physical research and teaching by intensifying the exchange of ideas between physicists and to promote interdisciplinary discussions between physics and other technical-scientific fields
Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft e.V.
Am Kupfergraben 7
Transportation around Berlin
The best way to get around Berlin is via the U-Bahn underground trains or S-Bahn regional, elevated trains, which are both a part of the city’s extensive BVG public transportation system.
Transportation to the Magnus-Haus
Friedrichstraße is the closest regional train and S-Bahn as well as U-Bahn station to the Magnus-Haus Berlin. It takes approximately 10 minutes to walk here.
The closest bus stop is Staatsoper.
The closest tram stop is Am Kupfergraben.
From the Airport Willy-Brandt de Berlin-Brandebourg, go to BER Airport, Terminal 1-2. Take RE7, Badewitz Bahnhof and exit at Berlin Friedrichstraße station (3 stops). Then walk until the Magnus-Haus (8 minutes)-Am Kupfergraben 7
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