17th International Conference on

Intelligent Virtual Agents        

(IVA 2017), Aug 27-30, Stockholm


The conference will be held in Stockholm in the Swedish National Museum of Science  and Technology (Tekniska Museet) and workshops on the campus of KTH Royal Institute  of Technology (Tekniska Högskolan). Specifically, day 1 (workshops and tutorials) will  take place on the KTH campus, while day 2-4 (i.e. the main conference) will take place  at the museum. KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Tekniska Högskolan) Workshops (27th August) Located in the center of Stockholm, KTH Royal Institute of Technology provides excellent  access to a large number of hotels via an excellent public transport system. Facilities at  disposal to the conference include numerous lecture theatres, in addition to the state-of-  the-art Visualization (VIC) Studio, a collaborative work space featuring a wall-sized 4K  screen that is ideal for presentations and hands-on demonstrations. Getting there:   The KTH campus is well connected via both bus and metro (T-bana). The campus is 12  minutes from Stockholm’s central metro station (T-centralen) via the metro Take line 14  (red), direction Mörby Centrum and get off at the stop “Tekniska Högskolan”.  A rail network map is available here and journeys can be planned using the Public  Transport Journey Planner *.  Swedish National Museum of Science and Technology (Tekniska Museet) Main conference (28th, 29th, 30th August) Founded in 1924, Tekniska museet is the largest museum of technology in Sweden and  has a national charter for the preservation of Swedish cultural heritage related to  technological and industrial history. It is a 15 minute bus journey from T-Centralen, the  central metro and rail station in Stockholm, which also boasts a high-speed direct rail  connection to Stockholm Arlanda airport which takes 20 minutes (see Arlanda Express).  Stockholm is also served by Bromma airport, which is 25 minutes from the central  station. Getting there:   Take bus 69 which departs from outside Stockholm’s central underground station (T-  centralen), in the direction “Blockhusudden”. Get off at the stop “Museiparken”. The  journey lasts approximately 15 minutes. A rail network map is available here and journeys can be planned using the Public  Transport Journey Planner *.  *Note that the Public Transport Journey Planner requires the entry of Swedish place  names as follows: T-Centralen : Central metro and rail station  Tekniska högskolan : KTH Royal Institute of Technology  Museivägen 7 : Swedish National Museum of Science and Technology 
IVA2017 August 27-30, Stockholm
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