Potsdam University, Campus ``Am Neuen Palais''

Guide

Potsdam, the capital of the Land Brandenburg, lies at the south-west border of Berlin.
The ``Neues Palais'' is located at the Western end of the Sanssouci castle park.

 

How to get there

The campus Neues Palais is located close to the small railway station Potsdam Park Sanssouci. There you have direct connections to Berlin, Frankfurt (Oder), and Brandenburg (RE1, once per hour), to Potsdam Hauptbahnhof, Golm, and Wustermark/Berlin Spandau (RE21, once per hour), and to Potsdam Hauptbahnhof, Golm, and Oranienburg (RE20, every two hours on weekdays).

The "Berlin ABC" ticket (4,50 DM) is valid also in all buses, trams and local trains in Berlin and Potsdam.

From Airport Berlin Tegel (TXL) directly to the Potsdam university campus

With the Bus 109 (destination Hertzalle) to S-Bahnhof Charlottenburg, then take the S-Bahn (line "S7") destination Potsdam Hbf.

From Airport Berlin Schönefeld (SXF) directly to the Potsdam university campus

With the Bus 171 (destination U-Bf. Rudow) to the train station "Flugahfen Berlin Schönefeld", then take the train (RB22) destination Potsdam HBf.

From Airport Berlin Tempelhof (THF) directly to the Potsdam university campus

With the Bus 104 (destination Brixplatz) to the train station "S-Bf. Westkreuz", then take the S-Bahn (line "S7") destination Potsdam HBf.

Local trains

With both buses, get down at the bus stop Neues Palais.

Find the Physics Building

The physics institute building is named ``house no. 19.'' It is located in front of the entry to the University, on the left side of the road Am Neuen Palais if you are coming from the train stop Park Sanssouci.
A plan of the Campus with the physics building marked is available here.

Find our offices (Theoretical physics)

On the fourth floor you find the groups of Martin Wilkens (room 425, Quantum Theory), Jürgen Kurths (room 413, Nonlinear Dynamics) and of Arkadi Pikovski (room 431, Statistical Physics). The Astrophysics Group is on the third floor (Wolf-Rainer Hamann, room 324).
 

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