Book of Abstracts
Heat Powered Cycles Conference
Center of Energy Technology, University of Bayreuth, Germany
The 8th Heat Powered Cycles Conference is organized by the University of Bayreuth, Germany. The conference is to be held at the Center of Energy Technology at the University of Bayreuth. Prof. Dieter Brüggemann, director of the center and Dr. Markus Preißinger, former executive manager of the center and now illwerke vkw Endowed Professor for Energy Efficiency at the University of Applied Sciences Vorarlberg in Austria will jointly chair the conference.
In addition to formal presentations of technical papers, including invited Keynote papers, the event will also include a poster session. There will also be a full social program.
Location Center of Energy Technology at the Faculty of Engineering Science, University of Bayreuth
Universitätsstraße 30, 95448 Bayreuth
The HPC 2018 will take place at building FAN B (first floor), Faculty of Engineering Science, University of Bayreuth
How to get there
Arriving by car
- leave the motorway A9 (Berlin-Munich) at exit 42 (Bayreuth-Süd).
- then follow the sign “Universität”
- At the entrance to campus keep left and follow the road until you see the four characteristic parallel buildings of the Faculty of Engineering Science (FAN) on the left side with the blue-grey solar disk in front of them (info point 12).
- Parking lots are opposite the building (sign posted “NW II”). Please note that parking space is rare during running semester.
If you arrive by public transport,
- You arrive by train at the main station of Bayreuth.
- In front of the station there are taxi ranks and regular bus stops.
- If you take a taxi (cab) please advise the driver to stop at info point 12.
- If you take the bus, please use bus number 316 which runs regularly between train station and university campus.
- Get off at bus stop Universität/Geowissenschaften (last stop).
- Follow the road or footpath until you see the four characteristic parallel buildings of the Faculty of Engineering Science (FAN) on the left side with the blue-grey solar disk in front of them (info point 12).