Accommodation, Travel and Venue Information

Here you will find information on accommodations, travel, and venues. We will update this site as we have additional information.

Important Dates

Opening of abstract submissions: Now accepting abstracts
submit abstracts here

Final deadline for abstract submissions:  
December 15th, 2017 NB! Jan 15, 2018
Notification of abstract acceptance: February 2018
Opening of registrations:  December 2017
Deadline for registration: April 2018


A number of hotel rooms in central Stockholm have been reserved, and we have negotiated special conference rates. These hotels are all within walking distance to both the central train station and KTH Royal Institute of Technology.

You can read more about the hotels and pricing here.

PLEASE NOTE: Hotels are booked during registration for the conference.
Payment is made directly to the hotel upon check-out.
 Full breakfasts are included at each hotel.


Approximate currency exchange rates can be calculated here

Price (per person per night) including breakfast and VAT

Scandic Park  Address: Karlavägen 43, Stockholm 1.750 SEK 
Scandic Anglais  Address: Humlegårdsgatan 23, Stockholm 2.350 SEK
Elite Hotel Arcadia  Address: Körsbärsvägen, Stockholm
Superior room 10-11 June 11-12 June 12-13 June
Single SEK 1290 per night SEK 1790 per night SEK 2090 per night
Double SEK 1490 per night SEK 1990 per night SEK 2290 per night
Hotel Birger JArl  Address: Sturegatan 22, Stockholm
Superior room 10-11 June 11-12 June 12-13 June
Single SEK 1495 per night SEK 2495 per night SEK 2795 per night
Double SEK 1695 per night SEK 2695 per night SEK 2995 per night

Including 25 percent Swedish VAT. Approximate currency exchange rates can be calculated here . Please note, in accordance with Swedish Value Added Tax (VAT) requirements, any company or organization from a country outside Sweden with a registered VAT number (or equivalent tax registration number for companies outside of the EU) is NOT required to pay Swedish VAT for registration to the ISCN 2018 Conference in Stockholm. Delegates from Sweden are required to pay VAT.

Metro Map Stockholm


Getting around

Though spread across 14 islands, Stockholm is surprisingly easy to navigate. Bridges connect most of the islands and ferries: the tunnelbana (metro) link the rest. Public transport runs to every corner of the city and surrounding areas. Walking or biking is often the best way to get around – check distances before setting out, as you might find you don't even need a bus or metro ticket.

City bikes, buses and the metro 

Stockholm’s Stockholms Local traffic (SL) is an efficient public transport system of buses, ferries, trains and trams which allows for quick travel. SL offers a 72 hour travel pass.

SL Stockholm Local Traffic-  
SL Tickets: There are two types of SL tickets: travelcards and single journey tickets. Here are the tickets suitable for a short term visitor in Stockholm.
Metro Map -

City Bikes - rental bike system

Enjoy Stockholm, by bike. City Bikes bike rentals has about 140 stations and real-time map on their app City Bikes you can see where there are available stations and bicycles. A 3-day card is perfect for your visit to Stockholm.

City Bikes


Arlanda Airport is a key hub for flights to and from Stockholm. It is situated 40km (25mi) north of the city. For more information about Stockholm-Arlanda Airport, airlines, timetables, VIP Service etc., see the link below.

Stockholm Arlanda

Train from Airport to main train station in city center

The direct train Arlanda Express takes you from Arlanda Airport to the main train station. Departure: every 15 minutes (for most of the day). Travel time: 20 minutes.

Arlanda Express - 

Bus from Airport to city center
There is also a bus service departing every 10-15 minutes between Arlanda Airport and the City Terminal (located next to the main train station). Travel time: 35-40 minutes.

KTH Bibliotek Map


The main venues for ISCN 2018 conference will be in KTH's library - KTH Bilioteket. KTH Biblioteket is not only a place for study and research it is also a dynamic and striking venue used for popular science lectures and exhibitions. The venue is equiped with IT-technology for streaming.


Practical matters


Despite its northern location, Stockholm has fairly mild temperatures throughout the year. As a result of its northerly latitude, the city sees a huge seasonal variation in sunlight, from more than 18 hours of daylight around midsummer in June. 

Currency, Credit Card and Exchanging Money

The currency in Sweden is called the Swedish crown, or the krona (SEK). Many stores are cashfree and accept only credit or debit cards. Forex is the place to exchange money or buy SEK. They are found throughout the city at 17 locations, including Arlanda and the Central train station. They have good exchange rates.