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NANOMETA-2019 will take place at the “Olympia” Congress Centre in the heart of Seefeld


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Olympia Sport and Kongresszentrum Seefeld - Tirol GmbH
Klosterstrasse 600
6100 Seefeld, Austria
Phone: 00 43 (0) 5212 32 20 75
Fax:00 43 (0) 5212 32 28


On-site Facilities: Olympia & Seefeld rooms
Olympia Room and lounge: wireless high speed internet
Seefeld/Tirol room: no wireless internet, but there are 4 lines to connect internet.
A message board around the registration area will be installed.

The nearest bank machine is about 500 m away from the centre.


Important  Information

 The registration fees for the meeting include admission to all technical sessions of the conference on "Nanophotonics and Metamaterials".
It includes coffee breaks (Thursday through Sunday). Lunches are not included.

Conference Registration Hours


Wednesday, January 2nd, 2019 17:00 - 18:00
Thursday, January 3rd, 2019 07:45-12:00 and 16:30-18:30
Friday, January 4th, 2019 08:00-11:45 and 16:30-18:30
Saturday, January 5th, 2019 08:15-11:45 and 16:30-18:30
Sunday, January 6th, 2019 08:15-11:45


Conference Hours

Thursday, January 3rd, 201908:30-12:00 and 16:30-20:55
Friday, January 4th, 201908:30-12:00 and 16:00-21:00
Saturday, January 5th, 201908:30-13:15 and 17:00-20:30
Sunday, January 6th, 201908:30-13:30 and 16:00-19:00


Get together and snack

Friday, January 4th, 2019                   
17:00-18:30 (Poster Session with snacks and drinks)
Saturday, January 5th, 201917:00-18:30 (Poster Session with snacks and drinks)
Sunday, January 6th, 201918:15-19:00 (Beer Reception)


Information on Seefeld, Tirol


Seefeld is a major ski resort in the heart of the Tyrol Mountains, Austria. It is multi-faceted resort that is a magnet for guests from all over the world and combines for nature, sport, wellness and a holiday atmosphere.

In Seefeld you can find excellent downhill and cross-country skiing, ice rink, indoor swimming pool, fantastic restaurants and a good choice of quality hotels, and all of this is surrounded by the magnificent mountain scenery of the Karwendel Alpine Park and the Wetterstein range.

View weather forecast

Webcams: View
congress centre and Schanze mountain - city centre - Rosshütte - Härmelekopf



How to go there?


By Plane:

The resort is in the centre of Europe and is very well connected to three major airports:

München 138 km

Innsbruck 21 km

Zürich 300 km


By train:
You can easily reach Seefeld from München and Innsbruck by train. See the following rail links  

By car:
To reach the resort by car follow this agenda:
- from the East via the A1 motorway, exit "Zirl Ost" + 12 km
- from the North via Garmisch Partenkirchen (toll free) + 35 km
- from the West via the A1 motorway, exit "Telfs Ost" + 12 km

By taxi from Innsbruck:
The trip lasts around 20 minutes and costs around 50€    

y low cost bus (Flixbus - Meinfernbus) from many cities to Seefeld:
Using Flixbus you can directly go from many cities such as Munich (central bus station or the international airport) to Seefeld.
Find schedules and bus stops for your journey here


What's going on in Seefeld during the conference time period?

THURSDAY, 03.01.2019
2.00 - 9.00 pm, Christmas market, pedestrian area
From 6.00 pm, Holy mass, Parish Church of St. Oswald
From 8.30 pm, “Russian Christmas” – Concert of the Zarewitsch Don Kosaken, Parish Church of St. Oswald

The Seefeld impressive pedestrian area is one of the oldest of its kind in Tyrol. The picturesque jewel in the centre of Seefeld is a popular visitor attraction. The pedestrian zone offers an eclectic mix of traditional and modern shops. High-quality, mostly family-run retailers, boutiques and speciality shops sell renowned, top-name brands from all over the world, and offer individual service and first-class customer care. In the centre of Seefeld, you can savour an international ambience combined with tranquil, rural charm far away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

At the centre of the pedestrian area are the newly-designed village square and the 640-year-old Parish Church of St. Oswald, one of Tyrol’s most beautiful Late Gothic churches and one of its most famous places of pilgrimage. In addition to fashion and lifestyle retailers, there is also a wide range of restaurants, bars, cafés offering an equally broad spectrum of culinary delights from local, traditional specialities to contemporary haute -cuisine creations.

Located at the entrance to the pedestrian area is Seefeld Casino with its unique Alpine-style design – the perfect place to go if you’re feeling lucky! Whatever your fancy, – strolling, shopping or simply soaking up the atmosphere, – Seefeld’s pedestrian area is a place to visit.

Seefeld offers many sport opportunies. The Olympiaregion Seefeld’s vast cross-country skiing area offers both classic and skating-style tracks that are freshly groomed on a daily basis. In addition to conventional tracks, the region also boasts special tracks, including 44 kilometres of quality-assessed trails for adaptive Nordic skiing, two floodlit tracks for night-time skiing and a dog-friendly trail, for memorable cross-country skiing against one of the Tyrol’s most stunning mountain backdrops.

The snowfarming cross-country track is open since 11 November 2016! A round of about 2 km in classic and skating technique is groomed at the Möserer valley. The entrance to the cross-country ski run is possible via the Casino Arena - in the direction of the Mösern promenade (parking area at the station of Gschwandtkopflift).

Perfect conditions allowing enjoyable, no-hassle skiing for beginners, experienced skiers and those ‘returning’ to the sport of skiing after a break
Laid-back skiing in alpine terrain at 1,200 metres above sea level - spacious pistes with state-of-the-art lift facilities
Seefeld is a traditional winter sport destination.

For those who do not like skying, the Olympia Sport and Congress Centre offers many other activities: 630 m2 leisure pool with small outside pool, saunas (50 to 100°C), panoramic pool with whirlpool, massage, .....


It came to our attention that people confirming that they are from BTravelmanagement contact speakers and propose them hotel arrangements on behalf of our organisation. This is totally false. Our participants are requested to reserve via the direct hotel links that you will find on the conference website here.


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Key deadlines

20 August 2018:
On line submission opens

19 October 2018:
Submission deadline

24 September 2018:
On line Registration opens

19 November 2018:
Authors notification

03 December 2018:
Pre-registration deadline

17 December 2018:
On line registration system closes


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