The Conference will be hosted at the main facilities of the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, in Bolzano, the capital South Tyrol.

The University is featured by its trilingualism in research and teaching, i.e. English, German and Italian.

Bolzano is a 100000-inhabitant town at the confluence of the rivers Etsch/Adige, Eisack/Isarco and Talfer/Talvera. The center, the main square, the grocery open market and the covered walkway are just a stone’s throw away from the University building; don’t miss a visit. More about Bolzano can be found here.

South Tyrol (Südtirol, Alto Adige), officially the Autonomous Province of Bolzano, is trilingual too. While German and Italian are the official languages in all its territory, the main language in some valleys is Ladin. South Tyrol is especially known for its beautiful mountainous landscape, towns, villages, incredible network of marked paths and bike lanes, spa and ski resorts. Beyond tourism, the main economic sectors include the Food & Beverage, automotive, ropeways, sport equipment and textile industries.