Venue & Travel
MobileHCI 2011 will be held in Stockholm - the Capital of Scandinavia. Stockholm, one of the world's most beautiful capitals is built on 14 islands connected by 57 bridges. With its 750 year history and rich culture, the city offers a wide range of museums and sights. The beautiful buildings, the greenery, the fresh air and proximity to water is characteristic of the city. The world's first National city park was established here, the Ecological Park, a green lung in the ever-present crush of the city and the Old Town, is one of the best preserved medieval city centers.
Hotel reservation at discount price can be made through the Kontur hotel reservation service until August 30, 2011.
The conference will be held at Münchenbryggeriet event and conference center. The picture above shows as it can look when uplitted on a calm summer night. The old building was built in the 1800- and hosts both the even and conference center as well as a school and many companies.
The address to Münchenbryggeriet:
Torkel Knutssonsgatan 2
Box 170 60
104 62 Stockholm
It is located in the south part of Stockholm, called Södermalm.
The two tracks of the main conference will be held in ”Mässhallen” and in ”Riddarsalen”. The workshops will be held in the smaller rooms and in the bigger rooms.
For more detailed information about Münchenbryggeriet: Münchenbryggeriet website!
Transportation to and from Stockholm
For first-time visitors to Stockholm, you may find information about
transportation between Stockholm Arlanda Airport and central Stockholm
If you choose a taxi, please note that you should not pay more than
about SEK 500 for the trip to central Stockholm (always ask the driver
for a set price before you enter the taxi). Also, a tip is not required
though you might consider a tip of around SEK 20-50. The high-speed
Arlanda Express train provides the fastest transportation to the city
For more information about transportation in Stockholm, please see:
- Stockholm Public Transportation, SL
- Stockholm Bromma Airport
- Stockholm Skavsta Airport (www.skavsta.se/en/airport/)
For lunches, there is first of all the restaurant in the house http://www.restaurangmynchen.se/ with very good food and reasonable prices.
Folkbaren, www.folkbaren.se, Mariatorget: A bar/bistro nearby that also serve lunch, a bit more expensive but still reasonable prices.
Hotel Rival, www.rival.se, Mariatorget. This place has a Bistro, a Bar and a Café: It is a bit more expensive but not as expensive as Bistro Sud (see below). The Bistro is perhaps more suitable for dinner or a more luxurious lunch.
Bistro Sud, www.bistrosud.com, Mariatorget almost: This is a very nice but expensive restaurant in Stockholm. The place is though very nice and friendly and not at all posh and the food is excellent.
A bit further away when perhaps going out for dinner is: Il Tempo, www.iltempo.se, a great Italian restaurant at Högbergsgatan, Imperiet, www.restaurangimperiet.se, simply a very nice place with good food and Himlen Därtill, www.restauranghimlen.se, Don't miss the skybar!
Talking about skybars there is also Gondolen, www.eriks.se, also with a very nice skybar if you don't want to eat as this place as well is a bit expensive.
And of course all the bars and restaurants on Götgatan, www.gotgatan.se/content.aspx Ljunggrens, O'learys, Högbergs, Sandys, and Waynes Coffee just to mention a few.
People at Södermalm are also very fond of all the restaurants and bars around Nytorget: Urban Deli, Sonjas Grek, Pet Sound, and Mississippi Inn to mention a few of the restaurants around there.
Hjördis and restaurant Aarts are also very nice places in this direction.
Please talk to the student volunteers for more inside information on the restaurants and pubs at Södermalm!
MobileHCI 2011 will be the 13th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services. The MobileHCI series provides a forum for academics and practitioners to discuss the challenges and potential solutions for effective interaction with mobile systems and services. It covers the design, evaluation and application of techniques for all mobile and wearable computing devices and services.