Adaptive Hypermedia 2008
Hannover Main StationAdaptive Hypermedia 2008 will take place in Hannover, Germany.

Hannover is a pleasant, medium-sized city (516.000 inhabitants) in the northern part of Germany. The city is famous for its fairs, most importantly the annual CeBIT fair at which the latest technologies are presented. In 2000 the World Fair (Expo 2000) took place in Hannover. Historically, the city boasts to be the root of the Hanover line of the English royal family. At first sight, Hannover is a modest non-spectacular city; however, the city has many hidden beauties, including the historical Herrenhäuser Gärten, the new and old City Halls and the Eilenriede - Europe's largest city forest.

Culture is a major plus of Hannover. There are several interesting museums; the Sprengel museum of contemporary art is definitely worth a visit. Every night, one can visit one of the many theatre and concert performances. Regularly returning events include the theatre night, the Maschsee street festival, the international Fireworks Competition and the German Schützenfest - a good opportunity to get a glimpse of German tradition.

The venue of Adaptive Hypermedia 2008 is Hotel Wienecke XI. In this section you will find travel info on how to get to Hannover and how to get around within Hannover. You will also find a list of hotels, some of which offer discount rates for AH2008 participants. We also gathered some destinations if you want to travel around.
User Modeling Inc. Leibniz University Hanover L3S Research Center Adaptive Hypermedia 2008 Conference Website
Eelco Herder (L3S Research Center, Hannover, Germany)