The Conference itself will kick off with a Welcome reception on Sunday night. The reception takes place in the Copenhagen Plant Science Center, connected with the Marmorhallen, and is something that the entire family will enjoy. This is an opportunity to socialize and to enjoy the Nordic midsummer light with a walk in the Garden of the Royal Danish Veterinarian and Agricultural College.
The following week will be packed with educational and social opportunities that will allow you to reengage with old friends and network with new acquaintances from all over the world.
Conference dinner at Axelborg
The Conference Dinner will take place on 14 July at Axelborg, centrally located just opposite the main entrance to the Tivoli Gardens. With its former use as a bank evident throughout, this magnificent classic hall is clad with high wooden panelling, features two impressive staircases and is bathed in natural light from the towering glass ceiling. The Nimb restaurant with its highly acclaimed chefs will be responsible for the Nordic cuisine menu accompanied by selected wines/beer/soft drinks.
Bring the Family
Copenhagen is a very easy city to discover on your own. A number of enjoyable activities will be suggested by the conference organizer for example, the more than 100-year-old amusement park Tivoli, the Freetown of Christiania, the Louisiana art museum, and of course the famous Little Mermaid Statue at the Langelinie Promenade. A trip to Malmö in Sweden only takes 45 minutes by train.
More information will be available here on the website closer to the conference.