The Øredev conference, courses and tutorials will be held at the Slagthuset, Exhibition & Convention Center, in Malmö Sweden. From Tuesday 4th to Friday 7th of November.
Tuesday 4 November: 8h00-18h00
Wednesday 5 November: 8h-22h00
Thursday 6 November: 8h-22h30
Friday 7 November: 8h-18h00
You will be served a simple breakfast in the mornings, lunch every day, and dinners on Wednesday 5th and Thursday 6th of November (with vegan and vegetarian options). Cafe, tea, sodas, fruits are available all day and candies in the afternoon. Do not hesitate to contact us if you have questions.
You will find free and secure storage facilities at the entrance of the conference hall. Here you can store common items, such as overcoats, backpacks or suitcases. The luggage storage facility does not store money and cannot be held responsible for more valuable items.
In addition, arrangements include the possibility of bringing helpers to the conference, please contact us.
Some tutorials and courses require the use of a laptop, we will inform you about what you should bring. During the conference, we will provide you paper and pen to take notes and enough food and coffee to survive.
The official language of the conference is English.
The luggage storage and info booth facility offers the possibility to recharge your mobile phone. Bring your charger!
There is Wi-Fi available throughout the venue, although speed is dependent according to the number of users. If your carrier is local to the region, it will result in faster connection for everyone if you access the www via 3G.
Øredev accepts no liability for any injuries/losses incurred by participants and/or accompanying persons, nor loss or damage to any luggage and/or personal belongings. Participants are advised to take out their own personal insurance.
Participants are advised to make their own arrangements with respect to entering Sweden.
Participants who require an invitation -in order to get a visa- will receive it after payment of the conference fee.
Americans, and other nationalities as well- it is most helpful if you plan on bringing a debit card that requires a PIN in order to make certain purchases. Many retailers require it, including metro ticket sales from machines. Otherwise using cash is required. When a credit/ATM card is allowable, it is usually only when accompanied by a current passport.
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Malmö is the hub of the Skåne region, Sweden’s third largest city and the commercial centre of southern Sweden. Approximately 293.000 people live in Malmö at the centre of the new Øresund Region with around 3.5 million inhabitants.
The Danish capital Copenhagen is less than half an hour away and connected to Malmö by a convenient bridge which opened in 2000. Malmö is situated only 20 minutes by train from Copenhagen Airport in Denmark.
The airport is connected to Malmö by the Øresund Bridge and trains run around the clock between Malmö Central Station and the airport.
The electrical current in Sweden is 220V/50 Hz. Round, european style two-pin plugs are used. Appliances designed to operate in 110/120 V need a voltage converter and a plug adapter.
Banks are open between 09.30 and 15.00 weekdays. Some banks in central Malmö are open 09.00-17.00.
The official currency in Sweden is Swedish Krona (SEK). Currency rates can be reviewed on www.xe.com
On weekdays, shops are generally open between 9.00 am and 6.00 pm, on Saturdays between 9.00 am and 5.00 pm. Some department stores stay open until 8.00 pm daily.
Malmö City tourist website: www.malmo.se/tourist