Visitor’s guide

Venue

The conference will be hosted at Elektrobygget (“the Electro Building”), at Gløshaugen campus, NTNU in Trondheim (http://s.mazemap.com/2qNLaz0the). Gløshaugen campus has WiFi coverage via Eduroam or you can use the open NTNU guest network (you just need to put an email). Gløshaugen campus is a 10-15 minute walk from the city center.

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Trondheim

Trondheim with its 180 000 inhabitants is the third largest city in Norway. It is home to more than 30 000 students attending the university or one of the university colleges. They make Trondheim a vibrant and youthful city.

Visit Trondheim – tourist guide

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Views from Trondheim. Photos (clockwise): CH – visittrondheim.com, Terje Rakke/Nordic life – visittrondheim.com, CH – visittrondheim.com

Travelling

Trondheim is well served and connected to Europe.
The airport in Trondheim has direct flights to and from London, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Berlin, Barcelona, Amsterdam, Alicante, Krakow and Dubrovnik, among other destinations.
There is an efficient shuttle bus service from the airport to city leaving the airport every 10 or 20 minutes depending on the arrival time. The airport bus takes you directly to a bus stop a few minutes away from the venue. The bus return ticket costs approx. 240 NOK (27 EUR). You can pay with cash or credit card in the bus.
To check the most convenient flights, you can see the flights arriving to Trondheim.

Accommodation

The hotels in Trondheim have a capacity of over 3.200 rooms, ranging from small and cosy hotels to Norway’s two largest conference hotels. Trondheim hotels usually offer free breakfast and Wi-Fi. Trondheim’s compact geography means that all hotels are within 15-20 minutes walking distance of NTNU’s main campus and the conference venue.

Trondheim’s hotels