The timetable (including scientific as well as social programme) can now be downloaded here.
The scientific programme will include 7 plenary presentations, 108 podium presentations, and 37 poster presentations. In addition, Evolang X will host 5 pre-conference workshops.
A more detailed preliminary scientific programme can be downloaded below. For requests please contact firstname.lastname@example.org!
The social programme will include:
All participants of Evolang X are invited to the official reception hosted by the City of Vienna. It will take place on Monday evening in the City Hall (Rathausplatz 1, 1010 Vienna), which was built in the late nineteenth century in historicist-gothical style. Free of charge. Registration possible until April 6.
For Evolang X's conference dinner on Wednesday evening, we are happy to invite you to Mayer am Pfarrplatz, a traditional Viennese Heuriger (Pfarrplatz 2, 1190 Vienna). It is located in the outskirts of Vienna, which are famous for their rural architecture and old vineyards. EUR 50,00. Registration possible until April 6.
Founded in the middle of the eighteenth century, Schönbrunn Zoo is the world's oldest zoo. We are happy to take you to the Old Apehouse (Altes Affenhaus) for a guided thematic tour focussing on apes and monkeys. The tour will take place on Thursday afternoon. EUR 20,00. Registration possible until March 30.
In addition to temporary exhibitions, Leopold Museum permanently hosts collections by Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele, the main representatives of modern Austrian art of the early twentieth century. Feel free to join a guided tour through the museum on Thursday afternoon. EUR 15,00. Registration possible until March 30.
Viennese coffee houses form an integral part of Viennese culture. In a guided tour, which will take place on Thursday afternoon, you will visit and learn about Vienna's most famous coffee houses and be able to relax while having one of the numerous Viennese coffee specialities. EUR 20,00. Registration possible until March 30.
Walking tour through the Wienerwald
The Wienerwald (Vienna Woods), Vienna's largest recreation area, is said to be the "green lung" of the city. On Thursday afternoon we will take you on a walk through the woods and up the Kahlenberg hill, where you can enjoy a beautiful view of the city. Afterwards, we are going reap the fruits of our labour and have a glass of wine in a traditional Heuriger at the foot of the hill. Free of charge (excl. drinks), weather permitting. Registration possible until March 30.