About Aarhus

Located in Denmark on the eastern coast of the peninsula of Jutland, Aarhus is a historic city founded in the Viking Age. Today, Aarhus has a population of 277,000, and is a center of growth as well as a leading city of knowledge, culture and education. The STI2020 conference coincides with the 2020 Aarhus Festival Week, filling the streets of Aarhus with art, gastronomy and music. You can read more about Aarhus here:

About CFA

The conference is hosted by the Danish Centre for Studies on Research and Research Policy (CFA) at Aarhus University. At CFA, our work focuses on research policy, innovation policy and university policy, and contributes to both the theoretical and empirical developments within the field. The Centre has an interdisciplinary profile, which combines various research disciplines and a wide variety of research methods. You can read more about CFA here:

About Aarhus University

The conference itself will be located in Arhus University’s Lakeside Auditoriums, famous for a 3-story painting, covering the wall and ceiling of the main hall. Aarhus University is a major university with a strong international reputation across the entire research spectrum. The university strives to contribute towards solving the complex challenges facing the world, by combining high level of academic standards of its researchers with collaboration across disciplinary boundaries. You can read more about Aarhus University here:

Aarhus University Aula, sun yard and amphitheatre. Aarhus City and harbour from the University. Inside the Lakeside audotoriums.