General information


The official language of UbiComp 2010 is English.

Passport and visa application

If you come from a country with a visa requirement for entering Denmark, you must obtain a visa prior to entry. Please visit the Ministry of Refugee, Immigration and Integration Affairs’ website ( to check whether or not you are obliged to get a visa and get detailed guidelines regarding visa rules. Check with the Danish Embassy/consulate in your respective country to make sure which form you have to fill out and what they require from the host IN GOOD TIME.

If you are an EU-citizen, you must have a valid passport to enter Denmark.

The UbiComp 2010 Local Organising Committee is willing to provide delegates with an invitation letter for visa application. Such a letter is signed, scanned and sent to the delegate as pdf-file. If the Danish Embassy/consulate in the deletage's respective country requires the letter to be emailed to them directly by the host, we can also help you. Please note that the invitation letter CANNOT be issued before you have registered for the conference, and that we are not able to send the letter to you by post.

For the issuance of the invitation letter, please send the following information to   

  • Your full name (as stated in your passport)
  • Your academic title (if applicable)
  • Name and contact information of your institution/affiliation including name of your department/section/division (full address, telephone number and homepage address)
  • Name and contact information of your supervisor if you are PhD student 
  • Your passport number
  • Your working email address

Other practical information

  • For planning sightseeing and leisure activities while you are in Copenhagen, please see attached pdf-file 
  • For information regarding weather in Denmark, please click here
  • For information regarding currency, please click here
  • For information regarding other accommodation and transportation options, eat and drink in Copenhagen, emergency, etc., please click here

General inquiries should be addressed to