Important dates

    1st November 2021
    Announcement of paper and poster submissions 

    1st February 2022
    Deadline for paper and poster submissions

    1st April 2022 
    Notification regarding papers and posters

    1st May 2022
    Deadline for Early Bird


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Paper Submission

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Tour Program

Our delegates are cordially invited to several pre and post-congress tours. Click on the below dates to read more.

Post-congress tour in Denmark

Tour starts at 14:00 on Friday 1st July from congress venue. During 9 days tour, you will see the rest of Denmark and experience historic attractions and successful farming operations in Denmark. Tour ends in the afternoon of Saturday July 9th.
Price: to be updated

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Pre-congress tour in Norway and Sweden

Arrive Bergen, Norway on Saturday June 18th. Tour starts on Sunday June 19th in Norway and continue to Sweden on Wednesday June 22th. Tour ends on Saturday evening June 25th in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Price: to be updated

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Reception at Copenhagen University

Time and venue: To be confirmed
Price: free
Dress code: Casual

Post Congress tour (Preliminary plan)

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Conference dinner at Langelinie Pavillonen

There is history in every part of Langelinie Pavillonen. From the sound of dancing shoes on shiny floors at parties at the end of the 19th century on the first pavilion at Langelinie no. 10, to the blast that sound when the second pavilion was blown up during the final schalburgtage of the 2nd world war and to the current third pavilion that we hope to preserve for all posterity.
The current Langelinie Pavillonen is designed by architect couple Eva and Niels Koppel, two of the most prominent postwar Danish architects. In the 1930’s and 40’s they spent some time working in other Nordic countries and were influenced by the architectural expressions of the time, among others by Alvar Aalto. In 1954 the couple won a competition arranged by the City of Copenhagen and the modernistic pavilion was built in 1956-58.
Time: To be confirmed
Price: free
Dress code: Smart casual



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