In the summer of 2012, Aalborg University of Copenhagen took over Nokia’s former buildings on A.C. Meyers Vænge and Frederikskaj – and the establishment of a campus in Sydhavnen in Copenhagen became a reality. Today Nokia’s former commercial buildings have been transformed into a world class university campus with an attractive student community, laboratories, group rooms, etc.
The campus is composed of three buildings facing the harbour, and an iconic single arch bridge connecting buildings A and B.
Address: A. C. Meyers Vænge 15, 2450 København
The network Eduroam is available in all the buildings of the campus. Alternatively, you can use the AAU-1-DAY wireless guest-network. Please note that the password will be available on location and will change every day at midnight.
Sydhavnen, a former fishing area of the city, is experiencing a great architectural boom with modern apartments and canals inspired by the Java district in Amsterdam.
The Concert Hall of the Royal Danish Academy of Music (DKDM) was designed by Vilhelm Lauritsen and inaugurated in 1945. The hall features 1058 seats on three levels with an unconventionl trapeze shape.
This venue will host the live concert part of the conference.
Address: Julius Thomsens Gade 1, 1974 Frederiksberg.
Hotels in the area around København H are easy to reach from every part of the city. Good deals can also be found on AirBnB accommodation.
The following hotels are in the mid-low price range and well-situated for reaching both the conference and the city center.
The city offers many attractions, from art galleries (SMK, Copenhagen Contemporary) to amusement parks (Tivoli, Bakken), royal history, and a vivid culinary scene. Click here for a complete guide for the city’s attractions.