Excursions and Conference Dinner

The conference dinner will take place on Wednesday, December 6th in the evening. The social activities are scheduled on Wednesday, December 6th in the afternoon.

Conference Dinner: Brauhaus Lemke am Schloss Charlottenburg

Scheduled: Wednesday evening

Address: Luisenplatz 1, 10585 Berlin

       foto: Brauhaus Lemke am Schloss

The Lemke brewery, founded in 1999, is specialized in creating high-quality, handmade craft beer (including several varietys of IPAs, Weissbier, Stouts, Pilseners...). The brewery owns three restuarants in Berlin - the one at which the conference dinner is located near the Schloss Charlottenburg ('Charlottenburg Castle'), only a ten-minute bus ride from the TU Berlin. The restaurant serves traditional german food, such as Sausages, Sauerkraut, Herring and also Maultaschen (swabian vegetarian dumplings). The price includes a buffet as well as a three-hour beverage flat-rate (beer, wine, and also non-alcoholic alternatives). For further information see the brewery's website.

The number of guests at the conference dinner is limited to 100. The tickets are sold at a first-come-first-serve basis.


Excursion 1: Reichstag (German Parliament Building)

Scheduled: Wednesday afternoon

For the tour of the Reichstag building you need to provide the following information: your last name, first name and date of birth. Also remember to bring your passport to the tour.

Participate at a guided tour explaining the functions, working methods and composition of Parliament, as well as the history and architecture of the Reichstag Building. Afterwards you will have an opportunity to visit the roof terrace and the dome, which offer spectacular views of the parliamentary and government district and Berlin’s sights. For further information see here.

Registration is on a first-come-first-serve basis and the space is limited to 60 participants.




Excursion 2: Berlin Underworlds Museum

Scheduled: Wednesday afternoon

Berliner Unterwelten e.V./ Holger Happel

Experience the history of Berlin during the Cold War from an unconventional perspective! Since 1999, the Berlin Underworlds Association has been offering regular tours into some of the most important underground structures in the city. The majority of the tours are in or near the Gesundbrunnen station in the north of central Berlin. For further information see here.

Registration is on a first-come-first-serve basis and the space is limited to 50 participants.