Physics Days 2009 are held in the Dipoli conference center in Otaniemi, Espoo, Finland, about 10 kilometers from the center of Helsinki.

Dipoli floorplan

Lecture halls used by the conference are denoted by purple. Letters A-E show the locations of the poster sessions:

  • Condensed matter: structural properties: D & E
  • Nanophysics and new materials: C
  • Atomic and molecular physics: B
  • Particle and nuclear physics: A
  • Condensed matter: electronic properties: D
  • Nanophysics and quantum matter: E
  • Astrophysics, cosmology and space physics: E
  • Applied physics, instrumentation and optics: A & B & C
  • Biological and medical physics: C

How to reach Otaniemi

By plane

Helsinki - Vantaa (airport information)

By car from the airport

The airport is located just north of Ring III. Get onto Ring III and use one of the radial routes to get to Ring I. Otaniemi campus is situated at the western end of Ring I.

By taxi

About 35 mins and 40€ (with airport taxi, the prize is 22-26 €).

By bus

Up-to-date time tables can be found at the YTV Journey Planner.

Buses from the center of Helsinki to Otaniemi: From Kamppi: 102, 102T (via Lauttasaari), 103. From the Central Railway Station: 194, 195 (via Munkkiniemi - longer route).

From the centre of Tapiola to Otaniemi: 2, 4, 4T, 10, 15, 194, 195, 505, 510, 512A.

Other bus connections to Otaniemi: 503 (Merihaka-Otaniemi), 506 (Science line, from Viikki Campus to Otaniemi), 550 (Westend-Itäkeskus)

Buses 103, 506, 510, 512A and 550 stop at the library on Otaniementie and both 194 and 195 stop opposite the library on Vuorimiehentie. Bus 102 stops on Otaniementie and Otakaari.

A regional ticket is valid for the whole journey and costs 4.00€.

Contact information for Dipoli

Street address: Otakaari 24, Espoo, Finland