The academic programme of the school is tailored to give ample opportunities for free discussions to be held beyond the lecture hall. We invite you to join the numerous social activities, play billiard or darts, bike, train in the gym or go for a morning run to secure a good mood and excellent form for both mind and body.
Discussion can be extended during the following optional social activities:
Sunday 1 July
As you might be tired from a long trip to Sweden, we will keep the welcome dinner quite short so you can get a rest and start fresh into a week full of interesting lectures, opportunities to network with other delegates and enjoy the Swedish lifestyle.
Cultural Evening - Cinema Session
Monday 2 July
Get a glimpse into the Swedish culture with our cinema session. Grab some popcorn and watch a Swedish movie with us.
After Poster Mingling and Music from Scandinavia
Tuesday 3 July
Keep discussing the posters with the other delegates or relax a bit in the lounge area. We will put on some Scandinavian music but don't worry - it won't be all Abba and Roxette!
By-the-Lake Experience and Midsummer Picnic
Wednesday 4 July
What better way to experience Swedish nature than by rowing a boat with your colleagues on one of the 97 500 lakes in Sweden. Make your way to the other side of the lake next to the conference hotel and enjoy a Midsummer picnic. You don't like going by boat? No worries, there is also another way to get to the delicious picnic.
Nobel Prize Dinner and Quiz
Wednesday 4 July
We invite you to put on your most festive outfit (on voluntary basis of course) and walk the red carpet to the Nobel Prize Dinner. A photo booth will give you the opportunity to take some glamorous shots with your colleagues. Besides a delicious menu being served to you in an elegant atmosphere, we will have our poster award ceremony during this evening and challenge your nobel prize qualities and team working skills with a quiz. Are you ready to be a Nobel laureate?
15 March 2018 08:00