2023 Conference Berlin
15 – 17 May 2023 | Berlin | Germany
Soil as sustainable resource
Bringing together the wide range of expertise required to direct soil management towards sustainable soil functioning
Address: Mercure Hotel MOA Berlin, Stephanstrasse 41, 10559 Berlin, Germany
GPS: 52.532171, 13.344161
Our conference venue Mercure Hotel MOA Berlin
How to book a room for your stay at our conference hotel MOA:
There is a limited number of rooms available in the MOA Hotel at a special conference rate
(€ 143/night incl. breakfast & VAT; arrival: 15 May, departure: 17 May 2023).
The keyword is: “Helmholtz-Zentrum für Umweltforschung”
phone: +49 30 39 40 43 - 7306 | fax: +49 30 39 40 43 - 999 | email: email@example.com
How to get there
Arrival by car…
The MOA offers 550 parking spaces for reasonable prices and direct entrance to the hotel. The car park is part of the shopping centre "MOA Bogen", please enter Birkenstrasse 21 into your GPS. After the entrance barrier turn left, at the top deck you will find the direct entry to the hotel reception.
Arrival from the train station…
By Public Transport:
Please take S-Bahn no. S9 or S3 (direction "Spandau") and get off at the stop "Zoologischer Garten". Change to underground/subway U9 (direction "Osloer Straße") and get off at the stop "Birkenstraße". Our hotel is about 100 m away. At the top deck you will find the direct entry to the hotel reception.
You can also take bus no 245 direction "Zoologischer Garten" and get off at the stop "Turmstraße" and then by foot. approx. 10 min. (800 m) or take U9 (direction "Osloer Straße") and get off at the stop "Birkenstraße". The hotel is about 100 m away. At the top deck you will find the direct entry to the hotel reception.
Or take bus no 123 direction "Staatwinkler Damm/Mäckeritzwiesen" and get off at the stop "Stendaler Straße". Then by foot 7 minutes (514 m) to MOA Hotel. At the top deck you will find the direct entry to the hotel reception.
Distance: 2,3 km
Time: ca. 25 min.
General Information (on site)
The registration desk can be found at the entrance area called ‘Atrium’ of MOA hotel. It is open as follows:
Monday, 15th May, 9:00 – 18:30 | Tuesday, 16th May, 8:00 – 18:00 | Wednesday, 17th May, 8:00 – 15:30
If you require any assistance throughout the conference, please see Susanne Lange and/or Lena Roos at the registration desk. A conference notice board is placed at the registration desk. It is used to display conference information, programme changes, announcements, and messages. Please check the board regularly. Contact phone number during conference: +49(0)176 200 74 216.
Please note that only limited storage for luggage is available at MOA hotel. If possible, please store your luggage at the hotel where you are staying.
Please wear your name badge at any time.
We would like to provide a small photo gallery for all participants after the conference. Hence, photos will be taken throughout the conference. Please approach us at the registration desk in case you do not wish to be photographed.
Please ensure that smart phones and /or pagers are turned off or switched to silent mode during all presentations and discussions.
Coffee breaks will be served at the Atrium.
Lunch will be served in the Atrium and MOA-Restaurant (located on the same level as conference rooms).
If there is not enough space or foot shortages occur at your chosen lunch destination, please proceed to the other one. Each area will provide lunch for half the number of participants. The restaurant offers seating areas. Feel free to have a look at the posters while eating in the Atrium area. Both areas are attractive.
If you have informed us of your special dietary requirements, please ask caterers for personalized meals.
For WI-FI access, please choose the network “MoaBerlin”. Confirm general terms and conditions and log in.
All posters will be displayed during the complete conference.
There are two poster sessions:
We kindly ask all authors to stand beside their poster during the entire time of your assigned poster session. Poster presentations are not in conflict with any other conference activities. All attendees can actively participate and network.
Posters are organized by numbers (see poster list).
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