GameSec 2019

Conference on Decision and Game Theory for Security

October 30 - November 1, 2019, Stockholm, Sweden


GameSec 2019 will be held at the Hotel Birger Jarl in downtown Stockholm.

Tulegatan 8
113 53 Stockholm

Hotel Arrangements

A block of hotel rooms is be available at a special rate at Hotel Birger Jarl, located at Tulegatan 8, 11353 Stockholm. The block rate is 1512 SEK/night including breakfast (VAT included). To get the block rate, please make your reservation via email at or via the phone on +46 (0) 8 6741810, and provide the code received in the registration confirmation.

Travel from Stockholm Arlanda airport

Cab: It is easiest to take a cab from the airport to the hotel (and to downtown Stockholm in general). The ride takes about 45 minutes and there is a fixed fare (around 530 SEK). We recommend that you take one of the major taxi companies (Taxi Stockholm, Taxi Kurir, SverigeTaxi, OneCab). Follow the Taxi signs upon leaving the arrivals area.

Train: There is a high speed train called Arlanda express connecting the airport to Stockholm central railway station (Centralstation). Follow the Arlanda Express signs upon leaving the arrivals area. The train ride takes about 20 minutes and costs 299 SEK one way. You have to purchase the ticket before you board the train at one of the vending machines. From the Central station you can take the Green subway line to subway stop Rådmansgatan, which is about 300 meters away from the hotel. As an alternative, the walking distance from the Central station to the hotel is about 1.7km (1 mile) through the centre of the city.

Bus: An airport coach service called Flygbussarna connects the airport to the Stockholm City terminal. The buses leave from outside the arrivals area, approximately every 10-15 minutes. Make sure you board a bus that is headed to the city center (there are buses to Brommaplan, Liljeholmen, Uppsala, etc). A single ticket costs 119 SEK on board, 99 SEK online.

GameSec 2019 Proceedings

GameSec 2019 proceedings are published by Springer as part of the LNCS series. During the conference, the proceedings will be available free of charge online.