Welcome to the ENAS Forum & Assembly 2017 webpage. Here, you will find all the information you need about the 2017 event in Trondheim hosted by Sit & NTNU. The accommodation will be in the Hotel Scandic Lerkendal, centrally located close to the university campus and the city center. We celebrate the 20th year for the ENAS Forum, and the theme will make for a truly interesting list of speakers! We will keep you posted via the ENAS newsletter (sign up below) and facebook page.
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ENAS and LOC proudly present the theme for the 2017 Forum & Assembly. Below you can find a description of the theme, and we are happy to receive suggestions in terms of speakers and best practices examples via email@example.com.
We present to you the first outline of the programme for the Forum & Assembly in Trondheim.
Click on the squares below to download the .pdf document.
The fees for participating in the 2017 Forum and Assembly are listed below:
All price options, including adding an additional night will be available for booking via the ENAS web registration form from 1 May onwards.
For the 2017 edition of the Forum and Assembly we will be surrounded by sports. The magnificent Scandic Lerkendal hotel in Trondheim is located at less than 1km from the Sit sports offices and main campus, it has a (small) gym and sauna facilities and is located in very (!) close proximity of the Lerkendal Football Stadium. Hotel Scandic Lerkendal is one of Norway’s tallest building outside of Oslo offering great views on the Trondheim surroundings.
More info & more pictures here: https://www.scandichotels.com/hotels/norway/trondheim/scandic-lerkendal/gallery
HOST & LOCATION
Sit and NTNU are welcoming us in Trondheim. Trondheim, historically Kaupangen, Nidaros and Trondhjem, is a city and municipality in Sør-Trøndelag county, Norway. It has a population of 187,353 (January 1, 2016), and is the third most populous municipality in Norway. NTNU is the largest University in Norway, hosting some 36,000 students. With students comprising almost a fifth of the population, the city of Trondheim is heavily influenced by student culture.
Student culture in Trondheim is characterised by a long-standing tradition of volunteer work. The student society is for example run by more than 1,200 volunteers. NTNUI, Norway’s largest sports club, is among the other volunteer organisations that dominate student culture in Trondheim.
Major sights include: Granasen ski jumping stadium, Nidaros cathedral, the Old Town Bridge, the colourful harbour and many more.
HOW TO GET THERE?!
Trondheim has an international airport, Værnes (TRD). The Trodheim Airport operated direct flight to/from a number of international locations (as listed below). We kindly advise you to book early as prices may heavily differ and possible travel routes may be limited.
Direct flights from/ to international locations:
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From the airport, a regular shuttle service operated by Flybussen runs to the conference hotel and the Trondheim city centre.
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More practical information? Download the document below.
To register click on the button below and fill out the application form. Do you want to register more than 2 delegates simultaneously, get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org to fill out a group registration.
Register before the early bird deadline on 15 September to secure preferential rates.Register now!