Stockholm City

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Stockholm is Sweden’s capital city and the centre of its culture, media and economy.

This beautiful city is often referred to as the ‘Venice of the North’ as the city is spread across 14 coastal islands connected by 57 bridges at the mouth of Lake Malaren, by the Stockholm archipelago and the Baltic Sea. In 2010 the city was granted the European Green Capital Award in recognition of it being one of the cleanest capitals in the world.

Stockholm was first recognised as a city in 1252, although, it is thought to have been a settlement since the Stone Age.  The city’s oldest section is Gamla stan (Old Town), located on the original small islands of the city’s earliest settlements.

Stockholm is of course the home of Alfred Nobel and a thriving blasting industry which we will be taking full advantage of during the conference programme.

More recently Stockholm has become famous for its software industry, fine seafood and famous summer music festivals.

For further information please visit www.visitstockholm.com 

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Important Dates

31 March 2017- 2nd Circular (Preliminary Programme)
10 May 2017 - Submission of final papers
10 June 2017 - Final notification of accepted papers
31 July 2017 - Early Bird registration closes
10 September 2017 - Workshops and welcome drinks reception
11 September 2017 - Exhibition, technical presentations and gala dinner
12 September 2017 - Exhibition and technical presentations

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