The workshop is being held at Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg, Sweden (Campus Johanneberg).
How to get there
Plane: Göteborg has two airports, Landvetter (GOT) and Gothenburg City Airport (GSE). Both are served directly by an airport bus to the city center. Buy your bus ticket in advance, online or at the dedicated vending machine next to the airport bus stop. A taxi from the airport to city center is about 400 SEK.
Public transport: Göteborg has a well-functioning public transport system of trams and buses. Plan your trip with Västtrafik or ResOplaneraren for iPhone. The bus stops closest to the venue are "Bergsprängaregatan" or "Chalmers Tvärgata" (for different bus routes/lines), while the closest tram stop is "Chalmers". On many buses a single ticket
cannot be bought aboard the bus but needs to be bought beforehand at a
"Västtrafik" service shop.
Driving: Note that there is a congestion "tax" for driving in Göteborg during daytime Mon-Fri. You can use the P-Göteborg app to help you find a parking space iPhone / Android. At Chalmers, you can park on areas marked on the map.
Directions to the meeting room
The meeting room is located in the EDIT building complex at Chalmers University of Technology, visiting address Hörsalsvägen 11. A map of the campus can be found here. The building is towards the South of the campus. You can locate the most convenient building entrance next to the hexagonal-shaped copper building seen from the 'Gibraltarvallen' parking.
All science sessions take place in Room EA on the 4th floor, indicated on the map of the building below. This is also where you register upon arrival. From the entrance you should take the long stairs up to the third floor of the main building. Turn right and take the other stairs up one more level. The EA room will be directly across from these stairs on the 4th floor. There will be arrows indicating the way.
This workshop is organized by the research group Radio astronomy and astrophysics, Department of Earth and Space Sciences, Chalmers, in cooperation with Onsala Space Observatory.