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Trondheim is the 3rd largest city in Norway and is often called the Technology capital of Norway, as it is host to NTNU and SINTEF as well as a large number of high-tech companies. It is considered to be student city No. 1 in Norway, renowned for its student social activities and where one in five inhabitants is a student.
It is also a historic city, with roots more than 1000 years back in time, and it has at times been the capital of Norway. Trondheim can offer scenic surroundings and a wide variety of cultural and recreational activities.
City Bus City busses run frequently between the city center and the conference venue at NTNU Gløshaugen. All southbound buses takes you close to the venue, most convenient is perhaps route no. 5 (Dragvoll) and no. 22, and departing at "Gløshaugen nord". Bus fare is NOK 50 for a single trip if you pay by cash onboard. Cheaper options are the 72 hour card or the disposable card that can be bought in several retail stores (see https://www.atb.no/fares/category1497.html).
If you choose to walk to the conference venue from the city center, anticipate a 20 minute walk.
Taxi Taxi fare from the city centre to the conference venue at Gløshaugen is NOK 100-150.
Climate The weather changes rapidly in Trondheim, and it might be a good idea to bring warm clothes and proper shoes. Check the weather forecast.
Currency Norwegian currency is Norwegian krone (NOK). Currency Calculator. Several banks and ATMs in the city center.
Telephone To make an international call from Norway, dial 00 followed by the country code. Norway's country code is 47.
Time The local time in Norway is Central European GMT + 1 hour, Summertime. (Or CET - Brussels, Copenhagen, Madrid, Paris.)
|Gold sponsor: Gemini Center PROST – Advanced Process Control, at NTNU and SINTEF.|