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Join us on site in Rostock (Germany) or online

Rostock, a significant city in northern Germany, is situated on the banks of the Warnow River, extending to the Baltic Sea. It is the largest city in the state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and boasts a rich history dating back to its founding in the 11th century. Known for its maritime heritage, Rostock has been a crucial port and trading post since the Middle Ages, playing a pivotal role in the Hanseatic League, an influential commercial and defensive confederation.

The city is renowned for its well-preserved medieval architecture, including the St. Mary's Church, which showcases stunning Gothic construction, and the Rostock City Hall, which combines Gothic and Baroque elements. The University of Rostock, established in 1419, is one of the oldest in Germany, contributing significantly to the city's academic and cultural life.

Rostock's seaside suburb, Warnemünde, is famous for its wide, sandy beaches and vibrant marina, making it a popular tourist destination. The annual Hanse Sail festival, which celebrates maritime tradition and attracts tall ships from all over the world, is a highlight in Rostock's calendar, drawing thousands of visitors.

With its blend of historical charm, academic prowess, and seaside attractions, Rostock remains a vibrant city that honors its past while embracing the future.

InMAT 2025
31 March - 02 April 2025 | Networked Matter – Intelligent Materials in Rostock (Germany) & online

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