A Collaborative Environment for Digital Epigraphy
The third epigraphy.info workshop in Vienna will be taking place from Thursday May, 30th – Saturday June, 1st.
In order to register for the workshop, we kindly ask you to fill out this doodle list until 28th February: https://doodle.com/poll/7g8grfbritf7bzwn.
EpiDoc & technical training:
The Vienna workshop will be preceded by 3 ½ days of training, which aims at giving an orientation on EpiDoc, XML, DTS etc.
The training will take place from May, 27th, to the morning of May, 30th 2019. In the afternoon of the same day the epigraphy.info workshop will start.
Please note that the room provided by the University of Vienna for the training contains max. 24 persons. Therefore, we kindly ask you to register as soon as possible by filling out the doodle list until 28th February: https://doodle.com/poll/7g8grfbritf7bzwn
The technical training and the epigraphy.info workshop will take place in different buildings of the University of Vienna.
27th – 29th May:
Erika-Weinzierl-Saal, University of Vienna – Main Building, Universitätsring 1, 1010 Wien
Getting there by public transport:
Metro: U2; Tram: 1, 37, 38, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 71, D; Bus: 1A, 40A
Timetables for public transport:
Public transport maps (German):
You can also get around the city easily by hiring a Citybike. And it’s free! For more information, please visit: https://www.citybikewien.at/en/.
From the airport
By train: there are two train services available. The CAT (one way €11; return €19) and the considerably cheaper suburban railway line S7 (timetable as pdf). As the airport is outside the Vienna city limits, you will need two tickets: one for the zone up to the Vienna city limits for €1.80 and a ticket for the Vienna city zone for €2.40 available at the vending machines at the station. Vienna-Card or holders of multi-day tickets (Wiener Linien) need ONLY one single ticket for the Vienna outer zone (€1.80). Please validate the ticket before starting your journey.
There are also regional buses connecting the airport with the city centre (one way €8; return €13).
There are different taxi/limousine services that can be booked online and bring you directly to your destination. Approx. price: 30-45€.
From the railway or bus station
Metro lines, trams and buses of the Wiener Linien take you from any train or bus station to any other place in the city.
If you will be using public transport frequently, we suggest the purchase of a weekly pass (€17.10, valid from Monday to the following Monday 9am), but 24-,48- and 72-hour tickets are also available. The fare for a single trip is €2.40. Tickets are valid on all public transport lines within Vienna's Zone 100.
As tolls are compulsory on all motorways and expressways in Austria, you will need a vignette to use Vienna's city motorways. You can find detailed information on the toll charges here.
Some of Vienna's districts are entirely short-stay parking zones. In districts 1 to 9 and 20, you will need to purchase a parking ticket from Monday to Friday (except on public holidays) between 9.00 am and 10.00 pm. In districts 10 to 12 and 14 to 18, short-stay parking zones apply from Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays) from 9.00 am to 7.00 pm. [more details]
We strongly recommend the option of Park & Ride.
Following this link you can find some hotels recommended by the University of Vienna. The 1st and 9th districts are the closest to the workshop’s venue.