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Nobel Symposium NS160

Travel

 

The most convenient way to reach the symposium venue is by flying to Copenhagen Airport (CPH) Denmark. From there, commutor trains (Öresundståg) serve Malmö, Lund and Scania every 20 minutes, crossing the sound between Denmark and Sweden on one of the world's largest bridges. Alternative airports are Malmö-Sturup or Kristianstad.

Information on local train schedules can be obtained via Skanetrafiken.

The envisaged program of the symposium foresees a get-together reception at Lund University on Sunday May 29th in the afternoon. A bus will take us to the symposium venue. At the end of the Nobel Symposium, Friday June 3rd, a bus service will be provided from the venue to the airports, including Copenhagen Airport.

More detailed information is availbale in the Final Circular (pdf, 105 kB).

 

 

Nobel Symposium NS160: Chemistry and Physics of Heavy and Superheavy Elements was funded by the Nobel Foundation through its Nobel Symposia Fund and is organised by Lund University. The symposium was made possible with additional support from the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation. The Nobel Symposia logotype is a registered trademark of the Nobel Foundation.