Mathematical Challenges in Quantum Mechanics

February 8 – 13, 2016, Bressanone (Italy)


How to reach Bressanone

Bressanone is a small town in the northernmost part of Italy, close to the Austrian border. It is about 500 meters above sea level. The temperature in February is usually around 0 degrees centigrade or less and snow is probable.

By car:

coming from the North on motorway "Brenner" (A22, toll) or on the old route of "Brenner" via Innsbruck and "Brennerpass" (motorway exit Brixen North, Pustertal and Klausen) you arrive directly in the holiday region Brixen/Eisacktal. Motorway exit Brixen.

By air plane:

The closest International Airports are in Munchen (260 kilometers) Innsbruck (80 kilometers), Verona (200 kilometers), Milano Malpensa (350 kilometers), Venezia (320 kilometers). Then, there is another airport in Bolzano (50 kilometers). Once there, you can take a train to Bressanone.

By train:

in Brixen there is a railway station where all IC-and EC-trains on the route Innsbruck-Brenner-Verona stop; local trains also stop at the stations of Klausen and Waidbruck.

The update schedule will be available at the website, or at   The most convenient connections are:

- fly to Verona and then take the direct train to Bressanone/Brixen (it costs less than 25 Euros and it will take a couple of hours - see the web page for details), there is a fast (15 min. appr.) bus-connection between the airport and the train station in Verona;

- fly to Munich and then take the direct train to Bressanone/Brixen (it costs around 55 Euros and it will take three hours and half - see the web page for details).     

How to get to the venue

The venue of the School is the Casa della Gioventù, premises of the University of Padova in Bressanone. The Casa is located in Via Rio Bianco 6.