|Submission||June 12, 2011|
|Notification||July 7, 2011|
|Final version||Aug. 1, 2011|
|Workshop||Sept. 22-23, 2011|
Hamburg University, Germany
Co-located with the IFIP 8.6 Working Conference 2011, Governance and Sustainability in Information Systems -- Managing the Transfer and Diffusion of IT
Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany and home to over 1.8 million people. Hamburg's official name is the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg reflecting its history as a free imperial city of the Holy Roman Empire as well as the fact that Hamburg is a city state and one of the sixteen states of Germany. It represents a major tourist destination for domestic and overseas visitors and is located on the River Elbe. Hamburg offers many attractions such as the Alster or the Reeperbahn and provides many interesting possibilities for sightseeing, sports, and relaxing.
The Workshop will be held at the central campus of the Hamburg University close to the main locations and infrastructure of the city so that all points of interest can be reached in walking distance.
Climate and Weather
Due to the proximity to costal areas Hamburg has an oceanic climate with marine air masses from the Atlantic Ocean. The warmest months are June, July and August with average temperatures of 22 °C. The coldest are December, January and February with average temperatures of -1.4 to 0 °C.
For more current information about Hamburg visit http://www.hamburg.de
For maps go to http://www.hamburg.de/stadtplan/
For tourist information go to http://english.hamburg.de/tourist-information/
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