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IRNOP 2024 will be in Stockholm 11-14 of June 2024. This years conference theme is Project Management in a Sustainable Future, which is particularly apt for this conference of applied research on Project Management and project-based organisations. Find more practical information, like location and price, here.

KTH Campus, Stockholm
The conference will take place in KTH’s beautiful main building located in the northern part of Stockholm city center, easily accessible by public transportation. Photo: Jann Lipka

About the conference 

What?

IRNOP was founded in 1993 as a loosely coupled network of researchers and have developed from there, adding researchers in countries all over the world. The IRNOP network connects scholars with a background in business, economics, engineering and other fields, with a common interest in projects, project organizations and temporary systems. 2024 year's theme is Project Management in a Sustainable Future, which is particularly apt for this conference of applied research on Project Management and project-based organisations.

The first IRNOP conference was held in Lycksele Sweden, 1994 – and was arranged by Rolf A. Lundin, Johann Packendorff, Anders Söderholm, Tomas Blomquist. Anders Söderholm is now the president of KTH that will host the 30 years anniversary and Johan Packendorff is a professor at KTH.

The IRNOP (International Research Network on Organizing by Projects) community has been an international ever since it was initiated in 1994. IRNOP is meant to be a vibrant arena for scholars within the area of project management and temporary organization, with a strong aim to promote research integrating projects and organization theory, to promote innovativeness in this area of research and to be open to local initiatives, local innovation and local adaptation.

For list of previous conferences please visit www.irnop.org .

Why?

To engage in discussions on the latest research, trends, and challenges in the field of project management, projects, project organizations and temporary systems.

For whom?

Researchers, practitioners, and educators from all over the world.

How much?

  • Senior faculty main conference, 500 euro*
  • Doctoral students main conference, 400 euro*
  • Doctoral students only attending the doctoral symposium on 11 June, 50 euro*

* excluding Conference dinner 13 June

Where?

Stockholm is the capital and largest city of Sweden. It is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, situated on 14 islands where the lake Mälaren flows into the Baltic Sea. The city has a very high quality of life with a vibrant culture, acclaimed food scene, and proximity to nature. In summer the sun doesn’t set until late at night, offering a magical atmosphere.

The conference is hosted by KTH Royal Institute of Technology, one of Europe’s leading technical universities. KTH conducts research and education in engineering and architecture, and ranks among the top universities in the world in several technical fields. The conference will take place in KTH’s beautiful main building located in the northern part of Stockholm city center, easily accessible by public transportation.

The conference rooms will be in the E-building, by main courtyard at KTH campus, entrance at Lindstedtsvägen 3. 

Accommodation

Recommended hotels in Stockholm are listed below. 

Travel information

Extensive information about getting to Stockholm and KTH can be found here. The following is a brief summary:

By train

The university campus is situated near the subway (and bus) station Östra Station. When arriving by train to Stockholm Central Station, the subway can be accessed at a lower level (compared to where the train arrives) at the station. Follow the signs and take the red subway line towards "Mörby Centrum", exit at "Tekniska högskolan" (third stop from Stockholm C).

By plane

Via Arlanda Airport (ARN)

From Arlanda Airport take either the express train "Arlanda Express" or commuter rails to Stockholm Central Station. The express train can be accessed from terminals 2 and 5, whereas the commuter rail can be accessed only from Terminal 5 (from "Sky City"). Tickets are available from ticket booths or from the machines, both within the arrival hall (it is not possible to purchase a ticket on either train).

Via Bromma Airport (BMA)

There are both shuttle and local buses going from Bromma Airport to Stockholm Central Station. For the airport shuttle, tickets are sold at the airport Pressbyrån newsagents, at the self-service payment machine at the bus stop, and on board the coach. For local buses, tickets must be purchased in advance; please see SL's webpage for more information, including routes and schedules.

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