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International Conference and Exhibition on Physics – OLCP-2020 – will take place at Vienna, Austria from November 12-13, 2020. It is organized by OLC International and is intended to be an interdisciplinary platform for scientific exchange between participants from all over the world to report exciting and recent breakthroughs in research on different fields of physics.
The conference features a great deal of lively and informal discussions between eminent scientists, research fellows, students, speakers, industry leaders, policy makers and members of associations at all levels of experience. The conference program comprises keynote lectures, invited talks, plenary talks, poster sessions and video and oral presentations.
Equally important as these presentations are the discussions outside the lecture hall, including exhibitions, round table discussions, workshops and other academic and social gatherings where ideas are generated, collaborations form, and new connections are made.
While we anticipate that a large number of senior scientists will attend this wonderful event, we also expect that it will attract a large number of younger participants including graduate students and postdocs to partner with peers from across the globe and find new ways to further their research goals.
A highlight of past physics conferences has been lively and stimulating poster sessions, and we encourage participants to share their work in this way again this time. Most outstanding posters, as selected by the chairs, will also be featured in short talks. The beautiful setting affords many opportunities for informal scientific conversations, as well as wonderful social activities both on-campus and in the city of Vienna, Austria.
We look forward to welcoming you at OLCP-2020 in Vienna, Austria.
Vienna, Austria’s capital, lies in the country’s east on the Danube River. Its artistic and intellectual legacy was shaped by residents including Mozart, Beethoven and Sigmund Freud. The city is also known for its Imperial palaces, including Schönbrunn, the Habsburgs’ summer residence. In the MuseumsQuartier district, historic and contemporary buildings display works by Egon Schiele, Gustav Klimt and other artists.
Austria is famous for its castles, palaces and buildings, among other architectural works.
Top Things to do in Vienna:
1. Hofburg Palace
The Hofburg Palace is another huge palatial complex that pays tribute to the power and influence of the Habsburg dynasty and served as the main winter palace for the rulers of the Austro-Hungarian Empire for hundreds of years.Today the complex is home to offices of the president of Austria and serves as a presidential base.
The buildings have undergone many additions since their creation in the 13th century and the most impressive of which is the fabulous semi-circular Neue Burg.
Visitors can admire the beauty and style of the baroque architecture, take a tour through the imperial apartments or visit one of the detailed museums in the complex.
2. Schönbrunn Palace
The picturesque grounds of Schönbrunn Palace, the Habsburgs' former summer home, boast a gloriette, palm house, zoo, and even artificial Roman ruins.
Home to the most valuable collection of graphical illustrations in the world, the Albertina is located on the grounds of the Hofburg Palace, making it the perfect follow-up tour!
4. Vienna Rathaus
The Neo-Gothic town hall is one of the city's most famous landmarks, but the administrative building also houses the historic Rathauskeller – one of the best restaurants in Vienna!
5. Vienna State Opera
The Vienna State Opera is home to one of the world's best and most prolific opera companies. You may well go on every day of your trip and never see the same show twice!
6. Madame Tussauds Vienna
Visitors to this established family favorite can mingle with some of the most famous figures on the planet. At the Madame Tussauds Vienna you may also discover few Austrians you might not recognize!
7. Neptune Fountain
The free accessible Neptune Fountain is located at the base of the hill in the axis between the palace and the Gloriette. The construction of the fountain was finished in the year 1780, shortly before Empress Maria Theresa passed away.
The massive building with a total length over 100 Meter shapes an imposing scenery in front of the hill with the Gloriette. Larger-than-life statues of the Greek mythology with Neptune, the sea good at the top, are displayed at a podium with some rocks.
8. Vienna Natural History Museum
Housed in a sophisticated palace complex that is typical of the historical architecture in Vienna, the Natural History Museum has a huge collection of minerals, precious stones, meteorites, fossils, skeletons of animals, displays of various insects and mammals and even some taxidermy of extinct species.
With over 30 million objects the museum’s collection is one of the most important in Europe and new additions are arriving all the time.
This fascinating venue also has a digital planetarium where you can see intriguing films about the earth and its development.
Adults and children alike will love the sheer amount of information and eye-boggling displays in this epic museum.