The school is hosted by KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden. The school will be held between the 12th and 16th September 2016 in room M110 (ground level) at the division of structural engineering and bridges, department of civil & architectural engineering, at the school of architectural and build environment. The venue is located near to the Tekniska Högskolan underground station, only 8 minutes of walk.
KTH Royal Institute of Technology Brinellvägen 23 114 28 Stockholm Phone: +46 8 790 7960 Web: https://www.kth.se/en/abe/inst/byvSee this link for better resolution map: Building number B https://www.kth.se/polopoly_fs/1.566475!/KTH_Campus_map.pdf The venue is located 14 minutes from Stockholm’s central train station T-Centralen, which is most conveniently reachable via the high speed train Arlanda Express within 19 minutes from Stockholm Arlanda Airport. A taxi ride from the Arlanda Airport to the venue takes approx. 37 minutes and costs around 400 Swedish Krona SEK, 1 EUR is approx. = 9.48 SEK. Many car rental companies operate at the airport. Highway is connecting airport with the city. Payment by credit cards in taxis is possible.
Figure 1. Travelling from Stockholm’s central train station (T-Centralen) to the venue
Useful websites: General info about Stockholm: http://www.visitstockholm.com/en/ Public transport information inside Stockholm: http://sl.se/en/ Airport taxi information: https://www.swedavia.com/arlanda/?_ga=1.197546219.579209710.1468236743
|Prof. Raid Karoumi KTH – Royal Institute of Technology, Division of Structural Design and Bridges, Sweden.||Prof. José C. Matos Minho University, School of Engineering, Civil Engineering Department, Guimarães, Portugal.|
|Dr. Mohammed Safi FOLKBRO, Sweden.||Dr. Niels Peter Høj HOJ Consulting GmbH, Switzerland.|
The programme includes lectures related to WG1 and WG2 and a technical visit from Monday to Friday.
Detailed information is provided in the meeting booklet.