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"If there are to be problems, may they come during my life-time so that I can resolve them and give my children the chance of a good life."

Kenyan proverb

"History teaches us that men and nations behave wisely once they have exhausted all other alternatives"

Abba Eban

"Then I say the Earth belongs to each generation during its course, fully and in its right no generation can contract debts greater than may be paid during the course of its existence"

Thomas Jefferson, September 6, 1789

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The conference is planned to be held September 1-5, 2020 in Cologne.
Due to deteriorating situation with COVID-19, the conference will be held online, while presentations of such papers will have the same publishing procedure as if they were presented in person

Getting around

Cologne is well connected and you can go everywhere by tram/subway, bus, and the suburban railway. KVB is the local mobility company with many available lines and ticket options. The tram is the best way to get around the city besides walking. You can purchase tickets on the tram or at the stations, for all of Cologne simply select price category 1b on the ticket machine of the stop or in the KVB vehicle and pay with coins or card. A one-way ticket in a single zone will cost you 3 EUR, while a one-day Cologne pass gives you free transportation and costs 9 EUR (and also offers other benefits). 

Getting around from the airport

When you arrive by plane at Cologne airport you should take an “S-Bahn” (suburban railway) to go to the city centre. The airport has a train station “Köln / Bonn Flughafen”. The trains S13 and S19 connect the airport with the downtown area. Cologne’s Main Station is “Köln Hbf”. 


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