The conference location is:Graz University of Technology
Institute of Microwave and Photonic Engineering
© Lunghammer – TU Graz
About Graz University of Technology
Graz University of Technology (German: “Technische Universität Graz”, short “TU Graz”) is the second largest university in Styria, Austria, and the center of research in the fields of the engineering sciences and the technical-natural sciences. Graz University of Technology was founded in the year 1811 by Archduke John of Austria. It currently has about 11.000 students. [more about the University…]
Research at Graz University of Technology is organized in faculties, institutes, laboratories, and competence centers. The CoBCom local organization committee comes from the Institute for Microwave and Photonic Engineering.
About the city of Graz
Graz is the capital city of Styria in the southeast corner of Austria. It is located in between rolling hills, to the north, east and west, only open to the south. The Old Town in Graz is one of the best preserved city districts in Central Europe and listed in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Graz’s architecture is dominated largely by the struggle of the Reformists and the Habsburgs’ Counter Reformation. A significant landmark of the city is the romantic Uhrturm (Clock Tower), situated on top of the Schlossberg mountain, with a clock still using its original mechanism from 1712. Today Graz is the second largest city in Austria and home to around 230.000 people. It offers a great deal of cultural events, like the Styriade, an annual exhibition, dedicated to contemporary art, theatre and performing arts. [For more information, visit the web site of the Graz Tourist Office!].