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Bremer Institut für Messtechnik, Automatisierung und Qualitätswissenschaft (BIMAQ)
Linzer Straße 13
28359 Bremen

Head of the Institute: Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Andreas Fischer
Secretariat: E-Mail: Enable JavaScript to view protected content.
Phone: +49 (0)421 218 646 00
Fax: +49 (0)421 218 646 70

Anfahrt

  • Location Plan

    Location Plan

    The BIMAQ is located in the northeast of the campus of the University of Bremen. The map gives an overview of access and parking facilities.

  • by Bus and Tram
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    by Bus and Tram

    The bus lines 22, 31, 630 and 670 as well as the tram line 6 of the Bremer Straßenbahn AG (BSAG) stop at the following stops near the BIMAQ:

  • by Car
    © Jochen Teufel (CC BY 3.0)

    by Car

    If you are coming from the A1, change to the A27 in the direction of Bremen-Bremerhaven. Leave the A27 at the exit "Universität / Horn-Lehe" and follow the direction "Centrum / Universität". At the first set of traffic lights, turn right onto Hochschulring and then turn right into Linzer Straße after about 200 meters. There you will find the BIMAQ after 150 meters on the right (number 13).

  • by Train
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    by Train

    Leave the main railway station Bremen in the direction of the South (city center).
    Taxis and trams run directly from the station forecourt.

    The journey to the BIMAQ by taxi is about 15 euros.

    It is cheaper with the tram (about 3 euros):
    Take line 6 in the direction "Universität" until you reach the terminus "Universität Nord". From there, go down the university ring towards Fallturm. After about 500 meters, turn left into Linzer Straße (the second street on the left). After 150 meters you will find the BIMAQ on the right (number 13).

  • by Plane

    by Plane

    Continue by tram (cost about 3 euros):
    Take line 6 in the direction "Universität" until you reach the terminus "Universität Nord". From there, go down the university ring towards Fallturm. After about 500 meters, turn left into Linzer Straße (the second street on the left). After 150 meters you will find the BIMAQ on the right (number 13).

    If you want to go by taxi, you have to plan about 25 euros.

  • Interactive Journey Planning

    Interactive Journey Planning

    Green Mobility offers an interactive and cross-traffic approach to the University of Bremen. In addition to a direct comparison of the modes of transport (duration, price), further functions such as, for example, Timetables for public transport and railway in real-time, information on parking facilities or a CO2 calculator available.