Venue

the meeting will be held in the Leipzig KUBUS, the conference venue of the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ in Leipzig.

Corona rules + hygiene concept

Guidelines for presenters and session chairs

Exibitors

Arrival

The Halle-Leipzig airport is located between the cities of Leipzig and Halle, close to the town of Schkeuditz in Saxony in the metropolitan area of Leipzig-Halle. A shuttle train travels to Leipzig Central station every 30 minutes (travel time about 15 minutes). Several regional trains and ICEs also travel between the airport and Central station (travel time about 10 minutes).

You can reach Leipzig by train in an environmentally friendly and comfortable way and arrive at Europe's largest terminal station in the middle of the city. There are EC-/IC and ICE connections in major cities in Germany and Europe.

From Central Station take the tram line 3 (in the direction of Sommerfeld or Taucha) to the stop Permoserstra├če/Torgauer Str. From there cross the street and walk east into Permoserstra├če. After approx. 300 meters, you will reach the UFZ with the Leipzig KUBUS on the left (travel time is about 12 minutes plus a 5 minute walk).

Accommodation

A number of hotels in different categories have been reserved for the meeting under the code DGL 2021. Please use our booking form for booking. You will also find hotel information and a list of low-budget accommodation. For the Travel24 hotel use a special form.

Rental Bikes

There are rental bike stations at Leipzig central station and directly next to the conference location Leipziger KUBUS.

Parking

The conference centre Leipziger KUBUS has its own parking garage that is free to use for participants.

DGL on Twitter

We encourage all meeting participants active on social media to report from the DGL meeting using the hashtag #DGL2021 on Twitter or Instagram. However, we ask you to keep in mind that some colleagues may present yet unpublished data that should not be spread through social media without the speakers' consent. We encourage all presenters who do not mind others reporting on their results to indicate this by using the respective social media symbols on their presentations.