Conference venue

IFIP TC6 Networking 2017 and the co-located workshops will take place in Stockholm, Sweden, on the campus of KTH in downtown Stockholm. The address of the conference site is Osquldas väg 6, 11418 Stockholm (map). 



The KTH main campus is conveniently located at the subway stop called "Tekniska Högskolan" of subway (Tunnelbana) line 14 (Red line towards "Mörby Centrum"), three subway stops from T-Centralen. 

At the subway stop take the exit towards "Tekniska Högskolan" from the subway platform, once at the street level, the Q building is a 10 minute walk along Drottning Kristinas väg through the KTH campus. Here you find directions:  


Social program


Welcome reception at the City Hall of Stockholm

The City of Stockholm cordially invites us to a reception on Tuesday June 13 with drinks and buffet followed by a short tour of the City Hall; which is the location of the Nobel Prize banquet and numerous other celebrations.



  • 18:30 Doors open; entrance is at the base of the tower
  • 19:00 Start of program
  • 21:00 Closing of event 


Conference dinner at Fotografiska

The conference dinner will be held on Wednesday June 14 at renowned restaurant of the Fotografiska Museum. The event includes entrance to the photography shows of the museum. Fotografiska is a museum of photography in Stockholm, located in the former customs building on the south quay of Stockholm at Stadsgårdshamnen 22. It is easily reached by foot from transportation hub Slussen (subway, busses). Entrance to the conference dinner is either through the restaurant in the museum or from the outside by following the signs.  

You are welcome to see the photo shows of the museum before the conference dinner. The staff will admit you if you show your badge. See for current exhibitions.



  • 18:00 Visit to the exhibitions of the museum
  • 19:00 Welcome drink and dinner
  • 22:00 Bar mingle (drinks not provided in conference fee)
  • 23:00 Closing of event



Stockholm City Hall (location of reception)


Fotografiska Museum (location of conference dinner)


What to do in Stockholm

Stockholm is best visited in June when the locals are still there and when it is warm and the sun raises at 03.30 and sets at 22.00! Explore what is offered at the tourist boards site Visit Stockholm


Below are a few tips from us locals: 


Eating and drinking

Stockholm has a wide selection of restaurants from the best in Sweden, Esperanto and Oaxen, the unique and fiery Ekstedts over to simple but good fast food. Here are some tips. 

Swedish food is well served at Tradition, Den Gyldene Freden (in operation since 1722) and Operabaren (wonderful art nouveau interiors); for a real Swedish smörgårdsbord, visit Grand Hotel The Veranda

Foodies will get surprised at Punk Royal and the low-budget Café; less brutal but good are Lilla Ego, Derelict, Agrikultur, Volt, Adam/Albin, Speceriet and Nook



If you enjoy running, then bring your gear along. Stockholm is flat and you can run along the water on many of the islands within the city, like Djurgården and Kungsholmen. 

There are also beaches in the city where you can go for a fresh-water swim (fresh and perhaps even chilly): Brunnsviksbadet, Rålambshovsbadet, Smittska udden. 

There is hiking in Tyresta national park, 45 minutes from the city (served by public transport). 

The Stockholm archipelago is a dense scatter of islands and islets. Can be seen by a boat from the city. 


Stockholm old town