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Mail Address:
Theoretisch-Physikalisches Institut
Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena
Max-Wien-Platz 1
Visitor Address:
Fröbelstieg 1
D-07743 Jena, Germany

Secretary
  • Mrs. Lisann Schmidt (TPI/GK 1523/1)
    +49 3641 947101
    Lisann.Schmidt AT uni-jena.de
  • Mrs. Stephanie Hanemann (TPI/GK 1523/1)
    +49 3641 947128
    stephanie.hanemann AT uni-jena.de
    Fax: +49 3641 947102
  • Mrs. Renate Wagner (SFB/TR7)
    +49 3641 947111
    R.Wagner AT tpi.uni-jena.de



Contact

Director of the Theoretical Physics Institute:
  • Prof. Andreas Wipf, contact Mrs. Schmidt or Mrs. Hanemann
Chair of Gravitational Theory,
Head of the SFB/TR7:
  • Prof. Bernd Brügmann, contact Mrs. Wagner
Chair of Quantum Field Theory
Head of Research Training Group 1523/1:
  • Prof. Andreas Wipf, contact Mrs. Schmidt or Mrs. Hanemann
Heisenberg professorship:
  • Prof. Holger Gies, contact Mrs. Schmidt or Mrs. Hanemann

How to reach us

  • Arriving by train from North or SouthYou arrive at Jena Paradies. Take the exit Ausgang Zentrum and cross the street. Follow the blue line (therefore click the link) in the map through the city center. Pass the tower and walk along Philosophenweg until you reach the Physics main building. Turn left and in a few minutes you will see the Abbeanum building to your right.
    Total walking time is around 15 minutes.
    (Berlin, Leipzig, Munich)
  • Arriving by train from East or West You arrive at Jena West. Turn left at the exit and walk downwards towards the city center. Follow the blue line (therefore click the link) in the map through the city center. Pass the tower and walk along Philosophenweg until you reach the Physics main building. Turn left and in a few minutes you will see the Abbeanum building to your right.
    Total walking time is around 15 minutes.
    (Frankfurt, Erfurt)
  • Arriving by carFrom any direction take the Autobahn A4, leave at exit Jena-Lobeda (junction number 54). Drive towards the city. After 6 km you enter the map and cross the river Saale. Turn left at the Lutherplatz and drive towards Weimar/Erfurt passing the city center. At the fourth traffic light (just behind the two churches and the cemetery to the right) turn right to Am Steiger. Turn right again into the Lessingstraße, and after 100 m you will see the institute to your left.

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  • Deutsche Bahn (German railway company)
  • City map of Jena


The Abbeanum

The "Abbeanum", named after the German physicist and social reformer Ernst Abbe (1840 - 1905), was built 1929-30 by Ernst Neufert, a fellow of Walter Gropius. With its "pure forms" and "natural materials" the Abbeanum is one example of the cultural monuments built in the Bauhaus style. Here is a view from above.


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