DTU Meeting Centre – Technical University of Denmark
The 6th ICEM will be held at Technical University of Denmark’s (DTU) Lyngby Campus, situated on the northern outskirts of the historic European city of Copenhagen.
Facilities & catering
The conference will be housed in the DTU Lyngby Meeting Centre, with plenary sessions taking place in the wonderful Oticon Hall. Click here to download a campus map and scroll down to the bottom of this page for a detailed interactive venue map. Complimentary tea and coffee will be provided during breaks, but don’t forget to check out the venue’s offerings for where to purchase lunch, either in the canteen or cafe adjacent to the meeting centre (labelled ‘5’ and ‘7’) or elsewhere if you fancy a stroll and fresh air.
There is a wide variety of accommodation available throughout Lyngby. However, Lyngby is a popular tourist destination and so we encourage you to book accommodation as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. Below are a number of hotels in Lyngby within walking distance of the DTU campus.
We have negotiated a limited number of rooms with the Scandic Eremitage Hotel Scandic Eremitage. Storcenter (20 mins). A discount code will be provided to delegates in the registration confirmation email; securing accommodation remains the responsibility of delegates.
BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT
From the Airport to Central Copenhagen:
Copenhagen Airport is located approximately 10 km south-east of center of Copenhagen, and is served by Metro and trains. The trip to central Copenhagen is about 15 min. Train and metro tickets can be purchased at DSB’s ticket office in Terminal 3. In addition, you can purchase different types of tickets (for the Capital Region) at the ticket machines.
By bus from the train station Nørreport:
Take bus 150S (every 5 min during rush hours) or 15 E from Nørreport station to Rævehøjvej, DTU. The trip is about 20 min. The bus stop Rævehøjvej/DTU is on the highway within walking distance from the conference venue.
By S-train from Nørreport:
Take the S-train (line A or E) to Lyngby, it takes about 20 min, then change to bus 300S, 180, 181 or 190 that bring you to DTU in about 5-10 min and stops at Anker Engelundsvej just outside the conference venue.
If you stay at Hotel Scandic Eremitage in Lyngby the closest bus stop is Lyngby Storcenter served by busses 300S, 30E and 190 that will take you to the conference venue in about 5 min.
You can access the Journey Planner to see how to get to DTU with public transportation from the airport and the main stations of Copenhagen.
Use Google maps to navigate your way to Lyngby Campus.
From the airport it will cost you about DKK 600 (EUR 80) and from downtown Copenhagen about DKK 350 (EUR 47) .
To order a taxi, please call one of the following numbers:
Amager-Øbro Taxa tel. 3251 5151
DanTaxi tel. 7025 2525
TaxiNord tel. 4848 4848
Taxa 4×35 tel. 3535 3535.
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