NetSci 2013: Nine reasons to go (Reason 6)

In today’s list of reasons that you should head over to the NetSci website and submit an abstract right away (the deadline is this friday people!), we change focus away from the academic reasons and turn our attention to the culinary reasons.

Reason 6: The NetSci dinner

Copenhagen is know for food. The world’s best restaurant, Noma, is located in Copenhagen, and we even have Thai restaurants here with Michelin stars. This year, the NetSci dinner reflects that fact. We’re having the dinner in University of Copenhagen’s (not too shabby) Banquet Hall, pictured below,

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and the dinner will feature uncompromising French cuisine created by the renowned Chef Francis Cardenau, from the Le Sommelier. We’re even in negotiation to have fine wines included in the dinner price.

And don’t forget to check out the other reasons to visit NetSci 2013.

Stay tuned for more good reasons.

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Sune Lehmann

I’m an Associate Professor at the Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, at the Technical University of Denmark.

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