Last Minute Update

Please see this PDF and refer to this map.


RACT2015 is open to all researchers and practitioners in related fields. The conference language is English.


There is no conference fee; participants are charged, at cost, for participating in lunches and the conference dinner, held on Thursday. See the conference program.


Registration is required on or before  21 FEB 2015.


The LUX building–as in “light,” but “luxury” fits well, too–brand-new, within a 10 or so minutes walk, or via bus #1, from Lund’s train station. Room(s) to be announced. Room mapLocation map.

lux building

Helgonavägen 3, 221 00 Lund









Getting to Lund

The closest airports are Copenhagen (CPH) and Malmö (MMX) from which Lund can be reached, by direct train or bus, respectively, within 45 minutes. See or similar for discount airfares.

Overnight train connections, through Copenhagen, serve Amsterdam, Basel, and Prague, train-rides to Berlin or Hamburg take about six hours (see.

For further details, see the LU website or your customized travel-options.


Key-note speakers stay at Hotel Duxiana (Map). Furher options range from top-ends such as the Grand Hotel, over Bed and Breakfast locations (for both, see the Lund tourism board) and private accommodation (through airbnb or similar), to true value accommodation. When booking directly with a hotel, ask for the University negotiated rate (which is about 15% lower than the going rate). Discount crawlers such as or may offer yet lower prices.

Life at Lund

‘A College Town With a Bit of Viking Mayhem’, as a New York Times author recently called it, easy-to-navigate Lund is home to Scandinavia’s largest university, enjoys the mild Northern climate of the economically strong Öresund region, and other good things from a thriving restaurant scene, over low unemployment and state-funded daycare, to high taxes on labor and luxuries. Read the University section about life at Lund.