PMIP 2017, Stockholm
25-29 September, 2017

Venue / Transport

The Swedish Museum of Natural History

PMIP 2017 will take place at the Swedish Museum of Natural History. It is next to the main campus of Stockholm University and the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.


Stockholm University

The main campus of Stockholm University, next to conference venue, is in the middle of the world’s first National City Park.


The Bolin Centre for Climate Research

The Bolin Centre in Stockholm University is a multi-disciplinary consortium of over 300 scientists in Sweden that conduct research and graduate education related to the Earth´s climate.

There are eight multi-disciplinary research areas (RA) with interacting scientists in the Bolin Centre.

RA 1
RA 2
RA 3
RA 4
RA 5
RA 6
RA 7
RA 8
Oceans‐atmosphere dynamics and climate Clouds, aerosols, turbulence
and climate
Hydrosphere, Cryosphere and Climate Biogeo-chemical cycles and climate Historical to millennial climate variability Deep time climate variability Landscape Processes and Climate Biodiversity and Climate

Transport

From Stockholm Arlanda airport to the central station (T-central) takes 20 minutes by fast train Arlanda Express (280 SEK), 40 minutes by airport coach Flyggbuss (99 SEK), or 30 minutes by taxi (around 500 to 600 SEK depending on the taxi company). We recommend you buy a weekly metro pass (315 SEK) for daily travel in Stockholm. You can buy tickets and metro pass at from SL center, subway station, and some shops with 'SL' symbol such as 'Pressbyrå'. To plan your journey, you can download an app called "Res i STHLM:SL journey planner" from Apple Store or Google Play. Note that you cannot buy a ticket onboard the buses or subways.

Regional and domestic train

To the conference venue

You can take red line 14 subway (Tunnelbana in Swedish, indicated with blue symbol "T") towards "Mörby Centrum", and get off at the station "Universitet", walk about 200 metres on your left. You also can take bus 50 towards "Stora Lappkarrsberget" and get off at the stop called "Naturhistoriska riskmuseet".