The Klaus Peter Heiss hall on Level 1 West offers the perfect space for meetings or workshops. The room has a direct view of the foyer and the outdoor area.
- highest technical standard
- can be combined with the Herz-Kremenak, Flora, Rogger halls and the Europa Foyer for multifunctional use
Dr. rer.comm. Klaus Peter Heiss
(born 1941 in Bressanone, died 2010 in Bressanone) was a space scientist, NASA space expert and U.S. government advisor. Heiss professional achievements have been recognized with awards, most recently receiving the Medal of Honor of the City of Bressanone in 2009. In addition, he has received the "NASA Public Service Award" for exceptional service to the U.S. space program (1981) and the "NASA Distinguished Public Service Medal" for exceptional pioneering work in space exploration (2008). Heiss received the Golden Medal of Honor of Austrians Abroad for fighting for 20 years - ultimately successfully - for the right to vote for Austrian citizens living abroad.
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- daylight (can be darkened)
- integrated beamer and screen
- Flip chart / pin board
- additional technology flexible according to the latest state of the art depending on the customer's wishes
- parquet floor
- initial seating with standard furniture included
Room plan level 1 west
Theatre-style seating up to 90 people
Classroom-style seating up to 60 people
U-Shape up to 34 people