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Organisation

Photographs of the symposium

Heinrich Hertz (1857-1894)
and the Development of Communication

organized by
Gudrun Wolfschmidt

Hamburg,
October 8-12, 2007


Registration (also Conference fee and List of participants) - Abstracts - Booklet of AbstractsPDF

Advice to speakers


Hotels in Hamburg - Restaurants in Hamburg - Public Transportation (HVV) - Hamburg Tourist

Proceedings


PDFPDF

Dammtorpalais (marked as a green circle), Moorweidenstraße 34
Dammtor Railway Station
No. 11 Physics Institute, Jungiusstrasse 9
No. 10 Geomatikum, Bundesstrasse 55
Museum für Kommunikation, Gorch-Fock-Wall 1 ______________________________________________

Registration

If you like to participate, please register for attending the symposium until October 1, 2007,
if you want to be in the list of participants.
You can also participate without announcing before and pay the fee just when you are there,
but it is very convinient for our planning to know the number of participants before.

If you give a lecture, please register until August 10, 2007.

Here is the registration form available:
Please e-mail it to me
wolfschmidt@math.uni-hamburg.de
or fax it to our Institute for History of Science:
Fax: +49 40-42838-5260

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Heinrich Hertz (1857-1894) and the Development of Communication
October 8-12, 2007

Registrant Profile

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First Name ...
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Post code ...
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Conference fee

The conference fee is 20 € (10 € for students) -
payable when you arrive at the registration desk;
it includes the registration (name badge) and conference materials,
bus transfer to Hamburg observatory in Bergedorf, coffee breaks and receptions.
You need your name badges for the coffee breaks and receptions.


List of participants


(in preparation)



Deadline for Abstracts

Please send an - English - abstract of about 1000 characters by August 10, 2007,
to
wolfschmidt@math.uni-hamburg.de.

The abstracts will be available online ( PDFBooklet of Abstracts)
and as a booklet during the meeting.



Advice to speakers - Information for your Lecture

  • TIME
    Please note that you will each have a total of 30 minutes
    (exceptions for experimental lectures and special presentations).
    We recommend that you allot maximum 25 minutes for your presentation + 5 minutes for questions.
  • AUDIOVISUAL EQUIPMENT
    There will be a digital projector (Beamer) and laptop computer with Win XP and PowerPoint in all lecture rooms. If you need a 35mm slide projector or an overhead projector or anything else, please let us know as soon as possible.
  • DOWNLOAD YOUR SLIDES TO OUR COMPUTER
    Speaker services will be available at Registration. Please copy your PowerPoint presentation to a CD ROM or USB memory stick, and bring this with you to Registration. Someone will be available to copy your talk to our computer so that you will be ready-to-go at your session.
  • QUESTIONS?
    Please don't hesitate to contact me.



Hotels in Hamburg

Here you find a list of hotels:


Dammtorpalais (marked as a red dot)

Guests arriving per train reach the hotels in Dammtorpalais
on foot within 5 minutes from Dammtor Railway Station;
the hotel is just behind the university main building (with the dome).

Restaurants in Hamburg


Public Transportation (HVV)

  • Link: Public Transportation in Hamburg (HVV):
    A single ticket for a short trip is 1.30 Euro (from the hotel to Geomatikum)
    A normal ticket 1.65 Euro
    A ticket from the airport to the center 2.60 Euro
    A daily ticket (Tageskarte) 6.00 Euro, after 9h a.m. only 5.10 Euro
    A ticket for 3 days 15.00 Euros.

  • How to get from the Airport to Dammtor:
    • Arriving at the airport,
      you take HVV bus number 110 to Ohlsdorf (platform B in front of the airport),
      there you have to change to the underground U1 (in reality elevated train) -
      direction Großhansdorf - until stop Stephansplatz (directly connected to Dammtor) -
      price 2.60 Euro (the transport takes just half an hour)
    • Or arriving at the airport, you take the Airport Express Bus (price 5 Euro)
      to the Main Railway Station (Hauptbahnhof) and
      from there the S-Bahn (1 stop) directly to Dammtor Station
      (you pay in addition the HVV ticket 1.30 Euro).

  • How to get from the Dammtor-Bahnhof (Dammtor railway station) to the institute (Geomatikum):
    take Metro bus number 4 (3 stops until the stop Schlump / Bundesstrasse)
    The whole walking distance is about 15 minutes.


Hamburg Tourist


Proceedings of the Symposium

Here is the beginning of the book: Proceedings Symposium

The language of the article can be either English (preferred) or German and a short abstract of 1000 characters in the other language (I can help with translations into German).
The deadline for submitting an article is February 2008; but you can tell me, if you need more time. I would like to publish the book this year and I have mainly time for preparing the book during the semester holidays (February and March, then also July and August).
Here are some more details: about 15 to 20 standard pages (60 characters per line times 30 lines = 1800 characters/page) and about 3 to 5 figures (I really would like to have at least one figure for each article). You can also ask me if you want to write more or less.

You can send a LaTeX file or a WinWord file (send it as RTF and please use practically no formatting and please use no hyphenation).
The images must be sent in separate files not included in the Word-File.
Images should have printing resolution of about 300dpi.
I need a caption and a source of the image.

Please use short references in the footnotes like ,,Mayer 1999, p. 34-56.'' and give the detailed reference in the bibliography at the end.
I give an example for the bibliography:
LastName, firstName: Title of the book. City: Publisher Year. (Book)
LastName, firstName: Title of the article. In: Journal Vol (Year), p. from-to. (article in a journal).

I would very much appreciate if everyone would contribute to the book.



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