ETFA'2016 is sponsored by:  IEEE IES Fraunhofer IOSB-INA  

Social Events

Welcome Reception and Cruise, Sept. 07, 2016

Fraunhofer Forum, Berlin, 7 p.m. – 9 p.m.

Spreepalais
Spreepalais

At September 7th, 2016 we meet at Berlin Treptow Harbor where our tour boat, the “Mark Brandenburg”, is waiting for us.

During a boat trip through Berlins´ famous waterways you are able to see legendary sights like “Nikolai Viertel”, Berlin Cathedral and the Museum Island.

At 8 p.m. our boat will dock close to Fraunhofer Forum where we finally like to welcome all guests.

 

Conference Banquet, Sept. 08, 2016

Tipi am Kanzleramt

The conference banquet will be held at the Tipi am Kanzleramt, which is the largest fixed pavilion stage in Europe. The marquee theatre with its impressive four supporting masts, is regarded as one of Berlin’s most exceptional event locations. It is close to the Office of the Federal Chancellor in the center of Berlin.

Additional Tour, Sept. 09, 2016

Guided Tour Pergamon Museum

Source: By © Raimond Spekking / CC BY-SA 4.0 (via Wikimedia Commons), CC BY-SA 4.0

Subsequent to the conference, we offer all interested participants a very special cultural excursion. Together we want to visit the Pergamon Museum, one of the most famous museums in Germany.

The Pergamon museum houses three of the ‘Staatliche Museen zu Berlin’s’ most impressive collections: the antic collection, the Middle East collection, and the collection of Islamic art.

The antic collection is one of the world’s most important collections of Greek and Roman art. The Middel East collection primarily collects artefacts from a 6000-year timespan of cultural history from the regions Mesopotamia, Syria, and Anatolia. The approximately 270,000 objects in its overwhelming collection were mainly found during the major German excavations in Babylon, Assur, Uruk, and Habuba Kabira. The Museum for Islamic Art boasts one of the most outstanding collections of Islamic art outside the Islamic world. It brings together masterpieces of the decorative arts and archaeological artefacts created by Muslim peoples and the Christian and Jewish groups living with and among them, dating from the 7th to the 19th century.

Following the museum visit we offer our guests a common end of the day in a relaxed atmosphere.