Venue & Hospitality

Conference Dates: August 02-03, 2018

Hotel Services & Amenities

  • Audio/Visual Equipment Rental.
  • Business Center.
  • Business Phone Service.
  • Complimentary Printing Service.
  • Express Mail.
  • Fax.
  • Meeting Rooms.
  • Office Rental.
  • Photo Copying Service.
  • Secretarial Service.
  • Telex.
  • Typewriter.
  • Video Conference.
  • Video Messaging.
  • Video Phone.
  • ATM.
  • Baggage Storage.

Transportation

Route Map

About City

Oslo is the capital and one of the most populous city of Norway. Oslo is the center of economy and governmental activities of Norway. Oslo is the hub to maritime industries, trade, banking, shipping and one among the famous of Maritime trade zones in the Europe. The city of Oslo is the home to some of the world’s largest shipping companies. Oslo is marked as one of the Global cities and ranked one among cities of the European region in terms of quality of life.

Oslo has a strong economy and consider one among the large European cities in terms of economic potential. Oslo is the hub for maritime economy with about 1980 maritime companies and 8500 employees in the sector. Oslo port is the largest cargo port in the country and leading gateway of passengers. Oslo is one among the most expensive cities in the world.

Oslo situated as an arc of land of Oslofjord at the northernmost end and surrounded by hills and mountains full of greenery. About 40 islands are present at the city limits. There are 343 lakes in and around the Oslo.  Baltic semi-continental climate is felt at Oslo. Winter is very cold with temperature up to -4 degrees Celsius. Temperature usually rises slowly during the spring season. Summer is usually warm with temperature up to 33 degrees Celsius. Modest temperature will be there during July to August. Days are usually long in May-June and sometimes sun disappears during November to January.

Oslo is also a famous destination of art and culture. It is famous for various building with art works. The Norwegian government has invested a huge fund for cultural installations, buildings, festivals and other infrastructure facilities in the city of Oslo. The city of Oslo has various parks, museums and seas sites. Oslo is also famous for giving Nobel peace prize in each year. Oslo is also famous for its musical festivals such as Oslo Jazz festival, Oyafestivalen, Oslo International Church Music Festival, Oslo World Music Festival, Oslo Chamber Music Festival etc.

Oslo has Norway’s most extensive transport systems that include six-line Oslo Metro, six-line Oslo Tramway, and eight-line Oslo Commuter Rail. Trams run in the areas closer to city center and metros run underground through the city center to the suburbs. Oslo is also well connected with 32 lines of bus networks. Oslo Central Station is the central hub of rail communication and connect to the major cities of Norway. Gardermoen Airport is the main international airport of Oslo, present about 47km away from the city center.

Oslo is also the hub of education. Oslo’s education system is quite flexible, advanced and dynamic. In terms of educational level and productivity, Oslo ranked in top three among all other cities in the Europe. Oslo is the home to various famous educational institutes such as University of Oslo, Akershus university college of applied sciences, Oslo School of Management,  BI Norwegian Business School, Norwegian School of Information Technology, MF Norwegian School of Theology, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Oslo National Academy of the Arts etc. 

We lookforward to meet you at Oslo, Norway for the upcoming Biomarker Conference
Organizing Committee Members