The Erwin Schrödinger Hall is located in the level 2 area and fulfils multi-functional purposes.
- embedded directly in the slope
- ceiling window front enabling views of the Alpbach mountains
- an integrated clay wall creating a pleasant indoor environment
- direct access to the Otto Molden-Foyer and the sun terrace
- latest technology
The various rooms/halls in the Congress Centrum Alpbach are named after notable personalities and sponsors, who have special associations with the "European Forum Alpbach".
Erwin Schrödinger (1887 - 1961)
In 1934 the physics Nobel Prize winner sporadically lived in Alpbach and is buried in the local graveyard. He predominantly worked in the field of theoretical physics and the theory of colours, and developed wave mechanics. His intellectual legacies are the Schrödinger equation and the "de Broglie-Schrödinger model". He also dedicated his time to philosophical problems. Schrödinger was a professor in Zürich, Berlin, Oxford, Graz, Dublin and Vienna.
- day light (can be fully darkened)
- parquet floor
- set-Up (first seating included)
- additional technic flexibly designed state-of-the-art-technology referring to customer request
- stage - standard size 3 x 10 m (adjustable with elements of 2 x 1 m each)
- equipped with fixed interpreters' booths for 5 languages
- mobile interpreters' booth available
Schrödinger-Hall theatre-style seating
Schrödinger-Hall classroom-style seating herringbone patterns
Schrödinger-Hall classroom-style seating
Schrödinger-Hall gala dinner