Iris Workshop 2019

28 October – 1 November 2019, Aarhus University, Denmark

Invited speakers Program Organizers Practical information About Aarhus Registration

The first edition of the Iris workshop will be held in Aarhus and it will be focused on Iris-related research to allow for in-depth talks and discussions. There will be a two-day long program with talks on Monday 28 October and Tuesday 29 October. Participants are encouraged to stay 1-3 days longer if they can, for more informal discussions and interaction.

Invited speakers


The workshop will take place at Department of Computer Science, Aarhus University, Aabogade 40, Building 5794, 8200 Aarhus N.

Monday 28 October

Tuesday 29 October


Practical information

Travel by airplane to Aarhus

Airports in Denmark

Travel by train to Aarhus

There are frequent trains from Copenhagen to Aarhus and also many from Hamburg (and thus the European train network). You can use the Journey Planner to schedule your trip. Danish rail services are called DSB.

Accommodation in Aarhus

We recommend that you find accommodation in the city center or in the north of the city. At the computer science department we usually book the following hotels:


Registration is free, but you should register online at The deadline is 11 October.

About Aarhus


With approximately 300.000 inhabitants, Aarhus is the second largest city in Denmark. It was founded by the Vikings in the 8th century, and is located in a natural bay along a small river and surrounded by forests. Aarhus is often referred to as "the youngest and brightest city in Denmark” because of its large student population, almost 1/5 of the residents are students. The young population and the fact that the city is the unofficial "capital of west Denmark" means that Aarhus has a large concentration of attractions, shopping and city life.

What to see and do in Aarhus:

The website Visit Aarhus provides lots of information about Aarhus.