The program consists of plenary speakers, oral sessions and poster presentations.
The congress takes place at the newly constructed Maersk Building of the Panum Institute, home of the medical school of the University of Copenhagen, in the middle of Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark. The Panum Institute is located next to Rigshospitalet University Hospital and is easily accessible by bus or by foot from the center of Copenhagen and from major train stations.
Getting to Copenhagen
Copenhagen is a major airline hub in Scandinavia. There are direct flights from many parts of the world to Copenhagne airport Kastrup inclusive of many low fare airlines. Transportation from Kastrup Airport to the center of Copenhagen is simple and frequent by metro.
There are numerous hotels in Copenhagen. The ICCH17 has not made special arrangement with particular hotels, but a number of good hotels in various price groups can be found at: [link]. In addition to hotels in Copenhagen, the Swedish city of Malmö, just across the strait of Oresund, also has a large number of hotels. Malmö may be reached by regular trains from train stations of Copenhagen and Kastrup Airport. Finally, many flats are rented out in Copenhagen by Airbnb and similar services.