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Accompanying Persons Programme

The IGRC2014 team invites you to bring your accompanying person with you to enjoy Wonderful Copenhagen in September 2014. We are introducing a new concept with networking breakfasts and sessions specifically dedicated to accompanying persons to enhance the conference experience for this group of participants.

Programme (for accompanying persons only)

    Wednesday, September 17
  • 08.00-09.00 Networking breakfast in Tivoli Hotel
    (part of Tivoli Congress Center (TCC))
  • 09.00-10.30 Opening plenary (with delegates)
  • 11.00-12.00 Special session I in Tivoli Congress Center
    A presentation of Nordic Cooking (see below)
  • 12.30-13.30 Buffet lunch in exhibition and poster area
    (with delegates)
  • 13.30-15.00 Copenhagen city sightseeing tour
  • 19.00-21.00 Welcome reception in Copenhagen Town Hall
    (with delegates)

    Thursday, September 18
  • 08.30-09.30 Networking breakfast in Tivoli Hotel
  • 10.00-11.00 Special session II in Tivoli Congress Center
    A presentation of Danish architecture/design (see below)
  • 11.30-13.30 Visit by boat to the Royal Danish Opera House in
    Copenhagen Harbour
  • 13.30-14.30 Buffet lunch in exhibition and poster area
    (with delegates)
  • 20.00-23.00 Conference dinner at Langelinie Pavillonen
    (with delegates) (Meet in TCC lobby at 18.30. Boat leaves from Pier close to TCC at 19.00 hrs)

    Friday, September 19
  • 12.30-13.40 Closing plenary (with delegates)
  • 13.40-14.30 Buffet lunch in exhibition area (with delegates)

More about participation fee and conditions for accompanying persons.





Camilla Plum Wednesday, September 17, 11.00-12.00
in room Divanen, 2nd floor


Presentation of Nordic Cooking by
Cook/Farmer/TV-host Camilla Plum

Camilla is the owner and manager of the organic farm Fuglebjerggaard that produces a large selection of vegetables, fruits and cereals sold in the farm shop. The organic farm also includes a café, a restaurant, a cookery school, courses in organic conversion, gardening and teambuilding. Besides managing Fuglebjerggaard, Camilla is an author of numerous cook books on organic food and gardening, and contributes with articles for Danish magazines and newspapers. Camilla has also hosted several TV programs about cooking, gardening & growing, preserving, herbs & spices, slow food, food for children, baking etc. for Danish television. Camilla established the first organic restaurant in Denmark in 1992 and is the cofounder of the Danish organization »The Belly rebellion«. Camilla won an award from the Danish Gastronomic academy for »Achievements in organic gastronomy« and in 2011 she won the Gourmand cookbook Awards for Best Scandinavian Cookbook" with her book The Scandinavian Kitchen. Find more information on www.fuglebjerggaard.dk


 
Carsten Thau

Thursday, September 18, 10.00-11.00
in room Divanen, 2nd floor

Presentation of Danish architecture/design by
Professor Carsten Thau

Carsten Thau has studied art history and philosophy at the J.W. Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main and at Churchill College, Cambridge. He is a professor in the architecture department of the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts and a former professor at the Institute of Contemporary Culture at the University of Copenhagen.
He has written many articles and books on architecture, design, urbanism, visual arts, and film (including a monograph on the life and work of Danish architect and furniture designer Arne Jacobsen).
Two of his recent publications include an anthology of writings on the relationship between architecture and philosophy and a collection of essays titled Architecture as a Time Machine. He has worked as a guest lecturer and visiting professor at academies and universities
in Europe and the USA.