Annual Meeting 2011 in the Centre for Regional Change in the Earth System (CRES)
21-23 November, 2011 - Carlsberg Academy, Valby
The purpose of the CRES Annual Meeting 2011 is to highlight achievements obtained by CRES partners and to review the status and progress of climate and climate change adaptation research with a Danish focus.
In order to help strengthening the ties between national research activities, the CRES Annual Meeting 2011 welcomes participants from other climate and climate change adaptation projects for a two-day scientific workshop, including the DSF projects RiskChange, COADAPT, HYACINTS, ECOCLIM and the Nordic Centre of Excellence NORD-STAR. We thus hope to unite scientists from many different disciplines as well as key stakeholders under the common theme of
“New ways to address interdisciplinary research”
Participants are kindly invited to present their ongoing work by oral or poster presentation (or both), and participation is free of charge. Detailed information about the meeting including registration, venue, updates to the agenda and a full list of participants may be found here at the CRES home page.
The deadline for registration as well as for submission of abstracts was Thursday November 10. If you failed to register and would still like to attend this event, please send your request by mail to "mad (at) dmi.dk".
- Aart Kroon, Department of Geography and Geology, University of Copenhagen
- Anil Markandya, Basque Centre for Climate Change (BC3 - Spain)
- Aslak Grinsted, Centre for Ice and Climate, University of Copenhagen
- Camilla Geels, Aarhus University
- Cathrine Fox Maule, DMI
- Erik Jeppesen, Department of Biological Sciences, Aarhus University
- Erik Kjellström, SMHI (Sweden)
- Henning Høgh Jensen, Coordination Unit for Research in Climate Change Adaptation, Aarhus University
- Henrik Madsen, DHI
- Ida B. Karlsson, Department of Geography and Geology, University of Copenhagen
- Ida Bülow Gregersen, DTU Environment
- Jay S. Gregg, DTU Climate Centre
- Jens Hesselbjerg Christensen, DMI
- Jørgen E. Olesen, Department of Agroecology, Aarhus University
- Kristina Hansen, ENSPAC, Roskilde University
- Lise Lotte Sørensen, Department of Environmental Science, Aarhus University
- Luca Garré, DNV (Det Norske Veritas)
- Malene Kauffmann Hansen, DTU Climate Centre
- Manuel Montesino, Department of Agriculture and Ecology, University of Copenhagen
- Maria Sunyer, DTU Environment
- Marija Vignjevic, Department of Agroecology, Aarhus University
- Markku Rummukainen, Lund University and SMHI (Sweden)
- Morten Rugbjerg, DHI
- Peter Friis Hansen, DNV (Det Norske Veritas)
- Qianqian Zhou, DTU Environment
- Sirkku Juhola, Aalto University (Finland) and NORD-STAR NCoE
- Tian Tian, DMI
- Tore Furevik, Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research (Norway)
- Omar Daraghmeh, Biosystems, DTU Risø
The CRES Annual Meeting 2011 will take place at the Carlsberg Academy (Carlsberg Akademi), Gamle Carlsbergvej 15, 2500 Valby, on 21-23 November 2011.
The Academy is located within the new city quarter known as Carlsbergbyen, which was established, when the Carlsberg Breweries in 2006 decided to move the production of beer from Copenhagen to Fredericia 200 km west of the capital, ending more than 160 years of brewing in the heart of Copenhagen.
Please use this link to see the location of the Academy on Google Maps.
The Carlsberg Academy is easily accessible by both buses and trains within Central Copenhagen. The closest S-train stations are "Enghave" and "Valby", while the closest bus stops belong to lines 18 and 1A.