CHANGE OF VENUE!!!
The conference will be held at the Chalmers Johanneberg Campus site, Computer Science and Engineering, EDIT building, 5th floor. Access is available via Hörsalsvägen 11 or Rännvägen 6B (see map).
Chalmers campus is within walking distance from the city centre (about 20-30 minutes). An extensive municipal network of trams, buses, and ferries make local transport convenient also for visitors. The "Chalmers" tram stop (served by trams 6, 7, 8, 10 and 13, and buses 16, 58 and 753) at Chalmersplatsen is right in front of the Main Entrance and you can walk from the tram stop to the CSE department building – the EDIT house.
More information: Chalmers Campus map
Public Transport within Gothenburg
Västtrafik is responsible for buses, trams (tram="spårvagn"), ferries and trains in Gothenburg. Tickets can be bought from newsagents such as Pressbyrån, 7-Eleven or anywhere displaying the Västtrafik sign. A single ticket for journeys within Gothenburg (valid for changes within 90 minutes) costs 25 SEK. Discounted five-journey tickets are available for 83 SEK. Single tickets can also be bought using coins or credit cards from vending machines onboard trams.
Göteborg to Visit
Gothenburg / Göteborg is a nice Summer City and this year a lot of things are happening, exhibitions, cultural events. Gothenburg is easy to walk around and offers several places of interest.
The old canals of the centre are built by the Dutch in 1600´s which you can visit with the Paddan boatride. Other tips are Liseberg Amusement Park, the biggest in Scandinavia, the Goteborg archipelago accessible by common transport. It is served by several ferry lines, provides ample opportunities for maritime relaxation. The ocean also inspires the cuisine at the top local restaurants. the cosy old part of the city “Haga” with its many cafes and boutiques, as well as the Museum of Art situated at the top of the big Avenue, the main street of Gothenburg centre.
As a whole Göteborg offers museums and amusements within convenient walking distance from the city centre, as well as wilderness only a tram ride away. The region also includes two UNESCO World Heritage sites: the bronze-age petroglyphs at Tanumshede, and the 1923 VLF radio transmitter in Grimeton.
Gothenburg's most fashionable
Avenyn is the place to stroll, shop,
Gothenburg Opera House
The Opera House is centrally
The world´s then most modern
The Poseidon statue
The Poseidon statue
Haga is Gothenburg's oldest suburb
"Feskekörka" ("Fish Church")
Gothenburg's biggest indoor fish
Harbour of Gothenburg
The Harbour of Gothenburg is the
largest Nordic port.
Last modified: January 26, 2012
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