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Visit of the State Hall of the Austrian National Library

Visit one of the most beautiful historical libraries in the world! Emperor Charles VI ordered the construction of this jewel of secular baroque architecture for his court library. Built in 1723, the state hall with its 200,000 works of printing art from 500 years conveys the authentic image of the baroque universal library of the 18th century.

Guided tour in english
Tuesday, September 3rd

19.00 – 20.00

Meeting point:
Stateroom service desk
Josefsplatz 1
1010 Vienna

Included in the conference fee!

Conference Dinner in the vineyards of Vienna

Join us for an unforgettable traditional Austrian dinner at one of Vienna’s most beautiful “Heuriger” (a tavern where local winemakers serve their new wine). Enjoy typical Austrian specialties, sitting in the wonderful gardens overlooking the vineyards and enjoy the local wine.

Food and drinks included (vegetarian & vegan options).

Thursday, September 5th
19.00 – 22.00

Bus transfer from the venue at 18.30h
Return bus transfer at 21.30h

Weinhof Zimmermann
Mitterwurzergasse 20
1190 Vienna

Included in the conference fee!

Naturally I support any efforts to educate the younger generation of scientists and librarians on how to make constructive use of the bibliometric and scientometric data that is available to them. I wish you all the best in your new endeavor. Best wishes.

— Eugene Garfield, Ph.D., Founder & Chairman Emeritus Institute for Scientific Information – now Clarivate

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