International Symposium on Scientific Elites:
Concentration and Inequality

Copenhagen, September 7-8, 2023

Call for Abstracts | Keynotes | Programme | Registration | Venue


The symposium will take place in the auditorium of the Natural History Museum of Denmark. The historic auditorium has room for 150 seated guests. Entrance to the auditorium is via the colourful stairwell rotunda, decorated by the famous Danish artist-cum-geologist, Per Kirkeby.

A photo of a very large green house, called the Palm House, situated in the Botanical Garden. A pond with water lillies is in front of the stairs leading up to the Palm House.
Reproduced with permission. The Palm House in the Botanical Garden. Photo Credit: Jens Astrup, Natural History Museum of Denmark.

How to get there

The venue is situated centrally in Copenhagen, right in the Botanical Garden, adjacent to the National Museum of Art, Rosenborg Castle and the King's Garden. From Nørreport Station - one of the largest metro and bus stations in Copenhagen - it is only a 600m walk.

Practical information

Important dates

Abstract submission deadline: June 16
Registration deadline: July 1


The symposium will be held in Copenhagen (Denmark), with a well-connected international airport (CPH) and train connections to most of Europe. The airport and central train station are connected to a modern underground train and a local rail system.

Copenhagen Metro
Copenhagen Airport
Getting around by train in Copenhagen