In 2021 ICDS will be hosted by the University of Oslo, Norway. However, with the current situation the conference will be held as an online event. Although we had hoped for a hybrid event where physical participation would be possible, the uncertainty in travel regulations makes this difficult, and we have therefore decided to make ICDS31 a fully online event.

Ole Johan Dahls house

Ole Johan Dahls hus

Foto: Anders Lien/UiO

The city of Oslo

Oslo is the capital of Norway with about 600.000 inhabitants. Oslo is a relatively small city on the international scale, with a small and easily accessible city center. At the same time, it has the international and multicultural mark of a big city. Large areas of the harbor region has recently been developed with museums and public buildings, making Oslo a very attractive city for visitors. July is a very suitable month for hosting a conference in Oslo, with long nights and relatively good weather. The air temperature in July is about 20 C and with daylight until late night. The conference site/University campus is conveniently located close to the city center.

The University of Oslo

The University of Oslo is Norway's highest ranking university: Times Higher Education World University Rankings (no. 1 in Norway, and no. 131 in the world in 2020), the Shanghai Ranking (no. 1 in Norway, and no. 59 in the world in 2019), and by Webometrics (no. 1 in Norway and no. 89 in the world in 2020). 
The University of Oslo is also ranked as the most innovative university in Norway, and as nr. 51 in Europe in the Reuters Top 100.
The University of Oslo was established in 1811, and is Norway's first university. 

Students 27,505
PhD students 3,000
Staff 6,595
Publisert 4. juli 2019 13:47 - Sist endret 31. mai 2021 12:31