28 Jun Introducing the Limited Attendance Experiences: Museum of Technology
Located across from Potsdamer Platz, the Museum of Technology catches visitors’ attention even from far away. A C-47 “Skytrain” suspended from the façade of the museum welcomes visitors. The plane, also known in Germany as a “Raisin Bomber”, is a lasting monument to Berlin’s gratitude for the Berlin airlift of 1948-49. Inside, the museum shows exhibits from aviation, shipping, railways, the motor industry, film technology, computer history and much more.
With a floor space of more than 25,000 square meters the museum of technology invites you on a journey through the cultural history of technology. The permanent exhibition shows locomotives and planes, looms, suitcase and jewelry production and machine tools, computers, radios and cameras, diesel engines, steam engines, scientific instruments, paper machines, printing presses and much more. Daily demonstrations and hands-on activities inspire you to participate. This limited attendance experience is ideal for exploration.
This experience will be offered on Tuesday and Thursday afternoon. The scientific talk prior to the guided tour through the museum of technology will focus on different sections. On Tuesday the section PENSIONS and IACA will be presented by Tim Furlan, Nick Callil as well as Richard Herrmann and Alfred E. Gohdes in two seperate sessions. On Thursday the section ASTIN will be represented by René Billing and Frank Schönfelder.
About the limited attendance experiences: The limited attendance experiences will be held as an alternative to the excursions on Tuesday and Thursday afternoon and are free of charge for all delegates. Prior to an exclusive guided tour through the venue the participants will listen to a scientific presentation covering actuarial side issues. This experience is limited to a maximum of 50 participants so early booking is recommended.