Venues, travel, and accomodation

The conference will be held in the old university buildings in the centre of Oslo (Wednesday and Thursday) and at the Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology (Friday). The museum is located at Kjelsås, north of the city center.

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"Universitetsplassen" The old university in Oslo, ca 1933–1934. Photo: MUV/Unknown

The Venues

The old University buildings (see map) are next to Nationaltheateret, which is a hub for public transport. See ruter

The Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology is located in Kjelsåsveien 143, it is easily reached by tram, bus or train. See ruter

  • Wednesday 25 November: Domus academica - "Urbygningen"
  • Thursday 26 November: Professorboligen and Gymnastikkbygningen - "Frokostkjelleren" (Conference dinner)
  • Friday 27 November: The Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology

Getting to Oslo and getting around

Oslo is easily reached by air, sea, railway, bus, or car. All major airlines offer daily direct flights connecting Oslo to major European cities. For more information on how to get here, please follow the links below:

  • Airport information: OSL
  • From Airport to downtown Oslo by train (Flytoget)(Vy) or by Coach 
  • Railway information: Vy
  • Local transport in Oslo: Ruter

For Accomodation options and things to do, please visit the official travel guide: Visit Oslo.

 

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