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Akademy 2024 is hosted at the Julius-Maximilians-Unversity of Würzburg.

The Julius-Maximilians-Unversity of Würzburg is the fourth oldest university in Germany, being founded in 1402. Historically and to this day, it has a strong reputation in areas like medicine and law, physics, chemistry, and other sciences. 14 Nobel laureates have taught and researched at the University, including Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen, who was awarded the first ever Nobel Price in physics for having discovered X-Rays while working at the university.

Address: Julius-Maximilians-Unversity, Am Hubland , 97074 Würzburg, Germany