FHI
The NOMAD Laboratory

Novel Materials Discovery at the FHI of the Max-Planck-Gesellschaft
and IRIS-Adlershof of the Humboldt-Universit├Ąt zu Berlin

How to get here

Where we are

NOMAD Laboratory

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The NOMAD Laboratory
at the FHI of the Max-Planck-Gesellschaft and IRIS-Adlershof of the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Van't-Hoff-Straße 19
14195 Berlin
Germany

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Official postal address

Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society 
The NOMAD Laboratory
Faradayweg 4-6 
14195 Berlin 
Germany

Map of the FHI Campus, marked NOMAD Laboratory, Building T

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Public Transport in Berlin

Reach us by bike

Arriving by Train

From the Main Station Berlin Hauptbahnhof 
Take the S-Bahn line S5, S7 or S9 direction Zoologischer Garten. Change there to the underground line U9, direction Rathaus Steglitz. Change again at Spichernstrasse and take line U3, direction Krumme Lanke. Get off at Freie Universität (Thielplatz) and take the exit Faradayweg. Turn left and cross the street at the traffic light. Turn right into Faradayweg and follow it for about 200 m; the entrance to the institute is opposite the park. Ticket AB is needed for this tour. 

From the Station Berlin Südkreuz 
Take the S-Bahn line S41 in any direction (S41 is the circle line clockwise) or S46 direction Westend and get off at Heidelberger Platz. Change to underground line U3, direction Krumme Lanke. Get off at Freie Universität (Thielplatz) and take the exit Faradayweg. Turn left and cross the street at the traffic light. Turn right into Faradayweg and follow it for about 200 m; the entrance to the institute is opposite the park. Ticket AB is needed for this tour. 

Ticket Information

You can find more information about timetables, alternative routes and tickets at BVG or VBB (see also above).

For all trips described here, a ticket for the fare zones AB is sufficient.

A one-way ticket: Tarif Area ABC costs 3,80 EUR; Tarif Area AB costs 3,00 EUR; Tarif Area BC costs 3,50 EUR.

Buy tickets via BVG Ticket-App

Please note: If you are using the red or yellow boxes installed on the platforms instead of the APP,
please always remember to validate your ticket before you start your trip. This also applies if you buy a day ticket.

 

Arriving by Plane

From BER Airport

For the trip to the Berlin city center you need an ABC ticket. For all others a ticket for AB is sufficient.

Bus: The express bus lines X7 and X71 offer a good connection every 5 minutes from BER (Terminal 1-2) to the U-Bahn station Rudow (U7). Bus line X71 also connects to U Alt-Mariendorf  (U6) every 20 minutes.

Regional train: A fast connection in the direction of Berlin city center is offered by the Airport Express FEX (Flughafen-Express). From BER Airport (Terminal 1-2), it travels via S Ostkreuz and S+U Gesundbrunnen to Berlin Central Station - Berlin Hauptbahnhof. The service is supplemented by the RE7 and RB14 lines and offers four trips per hour.

S-Bahn: Further connections to Berlin are offered by the S-Bahn lines S9 (direction S Spandau) and S45 (direction Südkreuz), both of which run every 20 minutes.

A taxi from BER takes approximately 45 minutes (outside of rush hour). The fare is about 65 EUR. 

For individual planning of your journey and the purchase of tickets, you can conveniently use our BVG Fahrinfo-App. You can also find more information about your departure on the VBB website.

Airport BER -  connections

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tourist Information
First time in Berlin? Don't worry! Just head to the Tourist Info Center on the first floor of Terminal 1, where you can make hotel reservations, book guided tours, pick up a city map and travel guides, and buy souvenirs, among other things. You can also buy the Berlin WelcomeCard here.

 

Arriving by Car

From south
The Fritz Haber Institute can be reached by autobahn A115/E51, take Exit no. 2 – Hüttenweg. Follow Hüttenweg, then turn right into Clayallee. Turn left into Saargemünder Straße, then further on Brümmerstraße. Turn right the 2nd street into Faradayweg. The NOMAD Lab. of the Fritz Haber Institute is on the right side opposite the park. 

From north
The Fritz Haber Institute can be reached by autobahn A100, take Exit no. 13 - Hohenzollerndamm. Turn right on Hohenzollerndamm and follow Hohemzollerndamm, then further on Clayallee. Turn left into Saargemünder Straße, then further on Brümmerstraße. Turn right the 2nd street into Faradayweg. The NOMAD Lab. of the Fritz Haber Institute is on the right side opposite the park.