The conference sessions will take place at Chalmers University of Technology, at the Johanneberg campus close to the city centre of Gothenburg. The street address is Vera Sandbergs Allé 8.
How to get to Gothenburg
There is an international airport in Gothenburg, the Göteborg Landvetter airport. Most major European airlines are operating to Landvetter airport. There are airport buses taking you to the city centre in about 20 minutes.
If you prefer driving here by car, there are several options, best described by the ferry you take. There are ferries direct to Göteborg from Kiel and Fredrikshamn, or to nearby Varberg from Grenå in Denmark. Timetables are found at www.stenaline.com. Ferries from Germany and Poland are also operating to Ystad and Trelleborg (both in the south of Sweden), and to Stockholm from Finland and Estonia. Via Copenhagen, you go by ferry to Helsingborg or take the bridge to Malmö.
The Swedish Railway Operator, SJ, have comfortable and fast trains. Travelling time to Stockholm is about 3 hours and to Copenhagen airport (Kastrup) about 3 hours 30 min. International timetables are best searched via www.bahn.de.
Public transportation in Gothenburg:
Public transportation in Gothenburg consists of buses and trams. Here is the English homepage.