The conference will be hosted in Lund (Sweden), at the Faculty of Engineering at Lund University. It will mainly take place in the recently inaugurated Teknodrome multi-modal conference and lecture hall located in the M-building on the Faculty of Engineering campus.
The airport of Copenhagen (CPH) is the most rapid and immediate connection with daily direct flights to hundreds of cities.
When you arrive at Copenhagen airport, there is a direct train from the train platform below the airport that will take you to Lund Central Station in about 40 minutes.
There are direct train connections with for example Copenhagen, Stockholm, and Gothenburg. Through interrail or directly with local train operators you can travel by train to Lund from most places in Europe.
The highway through Lund is E22 and connects Lund to Malmö and Copenhagen. The nearby E6 highway goes north/south and leads to Gothenburg to the north and, via ferry from Trelleborg to Rostock to the south.
Lund is the oldest city inside of Swedens current borders, founded by the Danish king Harald Bluetooth around year 960. There are a lot of historical buildings and both historical and modern museums and sights. For more information both about Lund and its sights and points of interest and about how to travel here and where to stay, have a look at the Destination Lund website.