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Address:

Internet Technologies Group

Prof. Dr. Thomas C. Schmidt
Department Informatik
HAW Hamburg
Berliner Tor 7
D-20099 Hamburg, Germany

Phone: +49 40 42875 - 8452
Fax: +49 40 42875 - 8409
Email: t.schmidt@haw-hamburg.de

 

Offices:

Our offices are located at the Berliner Tor 7 (the "EI Hochhaus"), rooms 480/1 (4th floor) and room 580 (5th floor). It is 14-story grey concrete building.

 

Travel Directions

By train:

  • Once you arrive at Hamburg Central Station, you leave "Hauptbahnhof Süd" direction for the Underground U1. Take the metro in the direction "Ohlstedt" or "Großhansdorf" for "Lohmühlenstrasse" (that's one stop only). Leave at Lohmühlenstrasse in the driving direction of the train, go upstairs and head right. You will see a couple of high blue and brick buildings (ahead of you a "Novotel"). Pass by the hotel into a little plaza between the buildings (with an iron bridge in it). Ahead you will see a 14-story grey concrete building (the "EI Hochhaus") - that's where we are.

By plane:

  •  After leaving the security zone, head left towards the "S-Bahn" train station. Take the train "S1" via Ohlsdorf that runs directly to "Berliner Tor". Take the main exit in the direction "Berliner Tor", cross the main road ("Beim Strohhaus"/"Berlinertordamm") and enter the pedestrian street "Berliner Tor". Continue ~100 m on Berliner Tor until you see a high blue building (No 5). Turn right before the building into a passage way into a little plaza between the buildings (with an iron bridge in it). Ahead you will see a 14-story grey concrete building (the "EI Hochhaus") - that's where we are.

 

 

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