12-16th June 2023
Registration will open at noon on Monday 12th June, followed by lunch at the workshop venue.
The science program will begin after lunch on Monday 12th, and start at 9 am each day. On Friday 16th June, the program will finish with lunch at 12.30.
This will be a residental workshop, with all meals, accommodation, science presentations and discussions taking place on site at the workshop venue.
On Wednesday afternoon there will be a 5 km walk to Trehøje Mols, followed by an evening meal at Sølballegård. You are advised to bring footwear and clothing appropriate for a walk along the gravel path.
In order to secure your accommodation, assess your dietery requirements and confirm your approval for our data sharing policy, we ask all participants to register. To register you need to use the link that was emailed to you directly. Please contact Karin if you are unsure.
Some Practical Information about Aarhus and Denmark is available through the university's website.
Local organising committee
Scientific organising committee
A bus will depart from accross the Aarhus Train Station at 11am Monday 12th June, to transport participants to the conference venue, in time for registration at noon.
Bus pickup: Statue, Agnete og Havmanden, Park Allé 2, 8000 Aarhus
A bus will bring participants back to Aarhus when the program finishes after lunch on Friday 16th June, arriving at Aarhus Train Station at 15.
The venue is a 25 minute taxi drive away from Aarhus airport, see below for more detalis on the airport options.
The city of Aarhus is most conveniently accessed from Aarhus (AAR) and Billund (BLL) airports (see the map below).
Copenhagen Airport is the largest airport in Denmark, with hundreds of flights a day from around the world. To reach Aarhus from this airport you need to either take a connecting flight into Aarhus airport or take a train.
DSB is the main train operator in Denmark. Tickets can be booked in advance through their website.
The E45 motorway travels by Aarhus connecting the city to Aalborg in the North and Germany in the south. The E20 motorway joins the E45 at Fredericia and connects to Copenhagen. Car rental services are offered at all airports in Denmark and we recommend booking car hire before your arrival.
Current timetables for ferries to Zealand (Aarhus-Odden/Aarhus-Kalundborg):
In addition, the Kombardo Express service operates a bus from close to Copenhagen central station to Aarhus bus station which boards the Ferry. The journey time is comparable to taking a train.
International bus connections to Denmark are offered by Eurolines.
For long distance bus transfers within Denmark we recommend Flixbus. Coaches operate within Denmark and Germany and are often cheaper alternatives to the train for travel between Copenhagen and Aarhus.
Tickets are bought on a bus (coins only).
Alternatively, bus tickets can be purchased using the Midttrafik App, available for Android and iPhone, where 10 trip ticket can also be purchased.
A single ticket is valid for 2 hours of travel and will cost:
Time valid for
1 hr 15 mins
1 hr 30 mins
Note: Ticket prices are correct as of May 2022
Denmark is an ideal country for cycling. There are not many steep hills and there are many safe cycling paths. Urban conditions for cyclists are constantly being improved. Look out for the special cyclists’ routes (cykelruter) and cycle paths (cykelstier).