The Location

The WWCS Summit 2024 will take place in Berlin during June 9th-12th. 

We are glad to announce that the Summit will take place at TU Berlin’s central campus, located in the heart of the Charlottenburg district.

Public Transportation Options

The Technical University of Berlin (TU Berlin) Central Campus in Charlottenburg is well-served by public transportation. The closest public transport stops/stations to TU Berlin Central Campus include:

  • Ernst-Reuter-Platz: This U-Bahn (subway) station is located near the central campus and is served by the U2 line.
  • There are several bus stops located directly near the TU Berlin campus, including stops for buses 245, M45, and X34.
  • Tram stop in Wilsnacker Straße served by tram lines M5 and M10.

The Conference Dinner will take place in Eventlocation Wasserwerk

Based on a photo by Philipp Arnoldt for TU Berlin
Based on a photo by Ayadi Ghaith via Unsplash

Discover Berlin

Welcome to Berlin, where the pulse of innovation meets the beat of history! As the host city for the What Works Climate Solutions Summit 2024, Berlin extends a warm invitation to participants eager to explore not only evidence-based scientific solutions for climate challenges but also the dynamic cultural tapestry and sustainable initiatives that define this vibrant metropolis.

Amidst the conference sessions, delve into Berlin’s rich history at iconic landmarks like the Berlin Wall and Brandenburg Gate, or immerse yourself in the thriving arts scene at Museum Island. Experience firsthand the city’s commitment to sustainability through its green spaces, bike-friendly infrastructure, and pioneering eco-friendly initiatives.

Beyond the conference halls, Berlin offers a melting pot of culinary delights, bustling markets, and diverse neighborhoods waiting to be discovered. Join us in Berlin, where the exchange of ideas meets the spirit of innovation in the fight against climate change.

About Charlottenburg

The district of Charlottenburg is known for its elegant architecture, upscale shopping streets, and cultural attractions where timeless elegance meets modern allure!

Nestled in the western heart of Berlin, Charlottenburg beckons visitors with its sophisticated charm, cultural treasures, and vibrant atmosphere. As you wander through this historic district, immerse yourself in the grandeur of Charlottenburg Palace, a masterpiece of Baroque architecture surrounded by lush gardens that whisper tales of royalty and splendor. Stroll along the legendary Kurfürstendamm, or Ku’damm, a bustling boulevard renowned for its upscale boutiques, trendy cafes, and vibrant street life.

Discover the wonders of the Berlin Zoo, where wildlife thrives amidst the urban hustle, or pause for reflection at the poignant Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, a symbol of resilience and remembrance. Whether indulging in world-class shopping, exploring cultural landmarks, or simply soaking in the ambiance of this captivating neighborhood, Charlottenburg promises an unforgettable experience that captures the essence of Berlin’s past and present.

Find out more about the district: https://www.berlin.de/special/stadtteile/charlottenburg/ 

Based on a photo by Nils Lindner via Unsplash

Conference Dinner

Our conference dinner will take place on June 10, 2024, starting at 07:30 PM in a special event location named Wasserwerk. Found in a central part of the city, it offers a unique space with ambient vibe.

We plan to include a mixture of vegetarian and vegan options, paying close attention to sustainability while still including something for everyone.

When registering for the conference, you will see an extra option to book the conference dinner for 90 EUR incl. tax. It is not included with the regular ticket.

If you have already registered and would still like to book the dinner now, please send an email to wwcs-summit2024@labconcepts.de to get in touch with us.

Public Transportation Options

The Wasserwerk is easily accessible via public transport. The closest stops to Wasserwerk include:

  • Spichernstraße: This U-Bahn (subway) station is located near the event location and operated by the U3 and U9 lines
  • There are several bus stops located directly nearby, including stops for bus lines 204 and 249, which depart directly from TU Berlin

We hope to see many of you joining us in the late evening to make this small event of our summit happen!

Hotel Recommendations

Hotels in Berlin near the event venue

B&B Hotel Berlin-Tiergarten

Englische Straße 1-4
10587 Berlin

Tel: +49 (30) 330066 0
Email: berlin-tiergarten@hotelbb.com


Distance to TU Berlin: 240 meters

Novotel Hotel am Tiergarten

Straße des 17. Juni 106-108
10623 Berlin

Tel: +49 (30) 60035 0
Email: h3649@accor.com


Distance to TU Berlin: 400 meters

Hotel Indigo Berlin-Ku’damm

Hardenbergstraße 15
10623 Berlin

Tel: +49 800 8609090
Email: info.indigoberlin@ihg.com


Distance to TU Berlin: 650 meters

Hotel Motel One Berlin-Ku’Damm

Kantstraße 10
10623 Berlin

Tel: +49 (30) 31517360
Email: berlin-kudamm@motel-one.com


Distance to TU Berlin: 1000 meters

Hotels in Berlin near Potsdamer Platz

Hotel Novotel Suites Berlin Potsdamer Platz

Anhalter Straße 2
10963 Berlin

Tel: +49 (30) 200560
Email: H3745@accor.com


Distance to Potsdamer Platz: 650 meters

Precise Tale Berlin Potsdamer Platz

Stresemannstraße 95
10963 Berlin

Tel: +49 (30) 2200950
Email: TaleBerlin@precisehotels.com


Distance to Potsdamer Platz: 900 meters

Holiday Inn Express Berlin City Centre

Stresemannstraße 49
10963 Berlin

Tel: +49 (30) 20052800
Email: berlin@hiexberlin.com


Distance to Potsdamer Platz: 950 meters

Mercure Hotel & Resident Berlin Checkpoint Charlie

Schuetzenstraße 11
10117 Berlin

Tel: +49 (30) 206320
Email: H3120@accor.com


Distance to Potsdamer Platz: 1100 meters

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