Institut für Technische Informatik
D - 70569 Stuttgart
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How to find us
Travelling by car
From Stuttgart Intersection follow the A831 toward Stuttgart City Centre. Take the University exit. At the traffic lights (huge junction) turn left. See location map. After you have found a parking lot, please follow the signs indicating "university center".
The picture below shows the way from the University exit to the parking lot. Follow the blue line to ITI (
red circle). The institute building (Pfaffenwaldring 47) is located opposite to the exit of the subway station (S-Bahn).
The department of Embedded Systems is located at 5B.
The department of Computational Imaging Systems is located at Universitätstr. 38.
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Travelling by train
In the basement of Stuttgarts's main station you will find the urban railway station (S-Bahn).
By the railway lines
- S1 (Böblingen/Herrenberg),
- S2 (Flughafen/Filderstadt) or
- S3 (Flughafen)
you get to the station Universität (you need to buy a ticket for one zone). If you have a train ticket plus City, that zone is already included. It will take you about 10 minutes by S-Bahn (click here for a timetable). Exit the train at the University stop, heading towards University centre. Walk towards the main entrance of Pfaffenwaldring 47, opposite the underground. You can find the secretary's office on the third floor, room number 3.162.
The pictures below show the entrance of Pfaffenwaldring 47. The department of Embedded Systems is located at Pfaffenwaldring 5b, 1st floor of FZI-building, room 01.003.
Coming from the Airport
- by S-Bahn: at the airport there is a city railroad station. You have to buy a ticket for two zones. By the city railroad line S2 (Schorndorf), or S3 (Backnang) you reach the city railroad station "Universität". It takes about 15 minutes. For further directions, please refer to the description by train indicated above.
- by taxi: you may go by taxi. It takes about 25 minutes to reach the University.
Timo SchweizerDipl. Ling.
Secretary Computational Imaging Systems