Evostar 2015

The Leading European Event on Bio-Inspired Computation.

Copenhagen, Denmark, 8-10 April 2015

Venue address

Location: National Museum / Nationalmuseet, Ny Vestergade 10 
1471 Copenhagen

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Conference times: 9am Wed 8 April through Fri 10 April with Friday afternoon local excursion.

More information: http://natmus.dk/en/the-national-museum-of-denmark/

EvoStar 2015 will be held at the National Museum of Denmark in the centre of Copenhagen which is housed in an 18th century palace. The museum is located in the city center between Rådhusplads (the city hall square) and Christiansborg (the Danish parliament).

Opening at 9am on Wednesday, 8 April with invited speaker Pierre-Yves Oudeyer, EvoStar runs until lunchtime on Friday, 10 April following the closing talk by invited speaker Paulien Hogeweg, The programme will be posted at the website by early February.

A local social trip will take place on Friday afternoon with details to be announced shortly.

The National Museum of Denmark offers a wealth of historical exhibits and these are open to all EvoStar participants. Good AV facilities are available including WIFI but authors should bring their own laptops/tablets to present their work, or make arrangements with colleagues if bringing presentations on a USB stick.

How to arrive

Vis stort kort

You can check how to reach the museum from your hotel using Google Maps or Rejseplanen, the official public transportation web app.

Bus lines 12, 26, 33, 40, 1A, 2A, 9A all stop in the immediate vicinity of the musem.

The closest metro stop is Nørreport, the closest train station is the Central station (Hovedbanegård). Both stations are connected by local, national and international trains and from both station it is possible to reach the airport with a direct train ride.

Important dates:

Submission Deadline: 15 November 2014
Notification: 07 January 2015
Camera-ready: 21 January 2015
Early registration discount:01 March 2015
Registration deadline:31 March 2015
EvoStar dates: 8-10 April 2015