Meetings in Aula Medica
Karolinska Institutet's beautiful centre, Aula Medica, boasts an auditorium with 1,000 seats, offices for about 100 people, 100 conference places, two restaurants and a cafe. Nobel lectures are arranged here, as well as scientific symposia, academic ceremonies and conferences.
The Aula is located on Nobels väg 6, facing the Karolinska University Hospital in Solna. Aula Medica has been constructed through a donation from the Erling-Persson Foundation in conjunction with Karolinska Institutet's 200-year anniversary.
Gert Wingård, architect.
"The auditorium has a mild, harmonious colour scheme and creates a general feeling of intimacy. In many meetings between people there is a certain amount of tension – whether the meeting will go well, how you will manage your presentation and so on. I think that it is good to have a room that calms people rather than over-stimulates them. I believe that is what we have managed to create."
The auditorium in Aula Medica is called the Erling Persson Hall, named after the donor, Stefan Persson's father and founder of H&M, Erling Persson. The pillar-free room is built along the lines of an amphitheatre, with space for 1,000 people. The ceiling height is 13 metres. The rear section of the room can be screened off, then leaving room for 420 people in the front section. There is a generous stage that can be adapted to many different types of events. The goods lift is right next to the stage. Behind the stage are a number of dressing rooms and a greenroom for speakers or artists.
Immediately next to the Erling Persson Hall there are bright and airy foyers on floors 2, 3 and 4. Here there is a combined area of around 2,000 square metres for product exhibitions, fairs or mingling. When you book the Aula, the use of the foyer areas is included at no extra cost.
Food and Beverages
The Nanna Svartz restaurant is located on the entrance floor on Solnavägen 7 and has space for 185 seated guests. Café Erik Jorpes is by the main entrance on Nobels väg 6, where light meals are served. The restaurants in Aula Medica also arrange for conferences and other events to have food served in one of our foyers. On floor 7, the faculty club “Svarta Räfven” caters for business lunches and smaller groups.
There are ten conference/meeting rooms in Aula Medica, each for 8 - 30 people. All the rooms are equipped with modern technology to create the right conditions for flexible meetings.
The Erling Persson Hall and all the conference rooms have state-of-the-art technology to meet different customers' needs for technical solutions. In the auditorium there are 3 reflective screens of different sizes, 3 projectors, different types of microphones, video conferencing equipment and recording options for documenting meetings. Technicians are included in the prize.
Equipment in the conference rooms
|Number of seats||8||8||8||8||8||10||12||12||18||30|
|Projector + screen||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Video conference equipment||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
Accessibility for everyone
Aula Medica has good accessibility for people with disabilities. It is easy for everyone to get in, thanks to lifts to the auditorium and six entrances. The auditorium is equipped to the latest accessibility standards, including induction loops and signs for the visually impaired.
Parking spaces for people with mobility problems are located close to Aula Medica.
Directions to Karolinska Institutet
Bus, metro or commuter train to Campus Solna and Campus Flemingsberg
From Arlanda International Airport
Airport buses (stop at Karolinska sjukhuset, Eugeniavägen, Solna)
Aula Medica is located in Solna, north of Stockholm. Many hotels in different price ranges are available in the area.
Booking conferences in Aula Medica
|Telefon:||+46 8 524 822 00|
|Adress:||Karolinska Institutet, Aula Medica, 171 77 Stockholm|
|Besöksadress:||Visiting address: |
Nobels väg 6, Solna
Solnavägen 7 B, Solna
|Telefon:||08-524 833 00|
|Besöksadress:||Karolinska Institutet Biomedicum Solnavägen 9 171 65 Solna|