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12th IEEE European Test Symposium

Convention Center, Freiburg, Germany

May 20-24, 2007


Social Program

Organ Concerto - May 20th, 19:00-19:30

Prof. Klemens Schnorr at the Marienorgel at the Freiburger Münster.

The four organs of Freiburg Münsterlink were built in 1964/65. Main instrument is the Marienorgel on the left of transept (61 stops, 4 manuals and pedal), built as well as the Choir organ by Rieger, Schwarzach / Austria. The Choir organ was changed in 1990 and translated from the left to the right side. The organ in the main nave is built by Marcussen /Denmark, its organ case is inspired by the original instrument made by Jörg Ebert from Ravensburg in 1545. The 16th century sculptures of holy Mary (top) and the trumpet player (bottom) are still conserved. The organ on S.Michael choir in the tower was built by Freiburg organ builder Späth. All four organs with totally 136 stops can be played at the central console in the choir.

Freibuerger Muenster

Welcome Reception - May 20th, 19:30-21:30


Location: Historical Merchant House (delink), Münsterplatz.
To find the location have a look at the map.

Dinner at Feierling - May 21st, 20:00-22:00

The dinner will take place at Feierling (german onlylink), Freiburg. A picture gallery of the restaurant can be found herelink.

Social Event - May 22nd, 15:30

A stop over in Staufen with Black Forest Cake

Staufen is one of the most picturesque villages in the south of Baden, situate amid magnificent vineyards. More than 1200 years of history, Staufen offers peace and undisturbed tranquillity. One of the most famous citizens of Staufen was Johann Georg Faust, the legendary alchemist and magician that probably lived in Staufen about 500 years ago.

Today the visitor can read on the wall of the Lions Inn: "... and it is told that the most powerful of devils, Mephistopheles, the one he called brother-in-law when he was still alive, broke his neck, after the pact had expired after 24 years, thus handing over his poor soul to never ending perdition" (in: The 16th century Chronicles of Zimmer).


A Banquet in Badenweiler at Hotel Römerbad



The History of Badenweiler began in Roman times. In 75AD vassals of the Roman Emperor Vespasian discovered the healing springs, built in the first baths and named the place Aquae Villae or "water town". The very well preserved ruins of the Roman Baths are on of the most interesting sights of the region. Warm Mediterranean air flows through the Belfort Gap. The Black Forest in the north and east shields the resort from cold winds and temperature fluctuations. Thanks to its situation at a height of 450m, Badenweiler offers splendid views over the Markgräferland and the Rhine Plain as far as the French Vosges.