Analytical Chemistry 2018 Meeting & Hospitality
Fleming's Conference Hotel, Wien Neubaugurtel 26-28, 1070 Wien, Austria
Vienna is the capital of Austria that lies in the country’s east on the danube river. Its artistic and intellectual legacy was shaped by residents including Mozart, Beethoven and Sigmund Freud. The city is also known for its Imperial palaces, including Schönbrunn, the Habsburgs’ summer residence. In the MuseumsQuartier district, historic and contemporary buildings display works by Egon Schiele, Gustav Klimt and other artists. Top tourist places in Vienna: Kitzbuhel Horn, Belvedere Complex, Burggarten, Graben, Hofburg Imperial Palace, Ringstrasse, Schonbrunn Palace, Spanish Riding School, St Stephen's Cathedral, Wiener Rathaus.Vienna - city of research: Vienna's refinement as a place for scientific research and development goes back numerous hundreds of years, it is one of the most oldest university cities in Europe. Today, with 190,000 students, Vienna is the greatest college city in the German-talking nations - with a larger number of students than Berlin or Munich. Around a fourth of the city's enlisted students originated from abroad. The exploration scene is formed by nine universities, five specialized schools, and additionally very nearly 1,500 research institutions. Working in Vienna implies finding an inventive and fortifying condition. Living in Vienna likewise implies living in a city that is consistently evaluated as having the best quality of life. Facts and Figures- Vienna is the focal point of research in Austria: more than 40,000 researchers work in Vienna; more than EUR 2,8 billion are invested into research every year. Around 35 percent of all scientists in Austria are situated in Vienna. almost 40 percent of Austrian research expenditure can be attributed to the city. The research share of Vienna as of now surpasses 3.5 percent of GDP, thus meeting the Europe 2020 target of the European Union long before the 2020 deadline. 30 percent of all Austrian research institutions are situated in Vienna. Research activity is not constrained to colleges and expansive research organizations. Over the previous years, the quantity of organizations directing examination has ascended by more than 50 percent. Altogether, just about 1,500 research organizations are dynamic in Vienna, more than 50 percent of these are businesses.