Venue



Roskilde University, Denmark


Conference advisors at Roskilde University:
Professor Kim Christian Schrøder
Professor Thomas Tufte
Graduate secretary Signe Berri






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 Zealand,
the largest island (7,031 km²) of Denmark, with Roskilde as the main destinations after Copenhagen.
 
Stunning brick Cathedral,
a twelfth-century gem, recognized by UNESCO on its World Heritage List.









Founded in 1972.

Has
6 departments
.
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Has more than
9500 students.

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The original Danish name meant "merchants' harbor".

Little Mermaid statue is CPH's most famous landmark, created after the Danish author Hans Christian Andersen published the fairy tale in 1837.


Roskilde



Roskilde University

Copenhagen


Roskilde Festival,
uber-cool Danish festival with a diverse selection of music, including rock, metal, hip-hop, electronica, dance, etc.

Fabulous
Museum of Viking boats
with well-preserved remains of five Viking ships.







The seal shows
a coral with the text
in Latin:
In tranquillo mors -
in fluctu vita

(in stillness death,
in movement life). Corals can only live in very pure and salty water in constant movement.

Learn more about
research at RU.







55% of all Copenhageners commute by bike

Tivoli Gardens is the second oldest amusement park in the world.

The official site of the Royal Family of Denmark.