Social Programme

The social programme is included in the registration fee to ensure that there will be plenty of possibilities for discussions and networking. Any accompanying persons may join the Social programme to a small fee, as indicated under the registration tab.

On Sunday, June 19, there will be a get-together at 6 p.m. at the restaurant Syster & Bror on Campus KTH in close proximity to the reception.

Link for more information about restaurant Syster & Bror

On Monday, June 20, the City of Stockholm is hosting a reception in the Stockholm City Hall to honor the Conference delegates.

Stadshuset och Stockholm Waterfront Building från Södermalm.

Stockholm City hall and Stockholm Waterfront Building from Södermalm. Photograph by Erik G Svensson/mediabank.visitstockholm.com

The Stockholm City Hall, situated in the heart of Stockholm city, is probably the city’s most famous landmark with its
106 meter high tower, featuring the Swedish coat of arms, three crowns, on top. The City Hall was inaugurated on Midsummer’s Eve in 1923 and is considered as one of the prime examples of national romantic spirit in Sweden. It is the home of the Municipal Council but also the host of hundreds of events and celebrations each year.

The Nobel Prize_Photo_Jeppe Wikstrom_Low-res

Snap-shot from the Nobel Prize Dinner in the Blue Hall. Photograph by Jeppe Wikstrom/mediabank. visit stockholm.com

 

The most famous event hosted in the City Hall is the world famous Noble Prize Banquet, which is held each year on December 10 in the magnificent Blue Hall.

The reception organized for PNG 2016 is free of charge but you will have to bring the ticket which is provided upon arrival to Stockholm.

 

On Tuesday, June 21, there will be a poster session with snacks and refreshments, organized in close proximity to the Conference on Campus KTH.

On Wednesday, June 22, the PNG 2016 Conference dinner will take place.

We look forward to welcoming you to Stockholm in June 2016!