FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
Abstract submission and Review
1. How do I submit an abstract?
See Call for Papers. The call for papers closed on July 1, 2019. The review process has been completed and abstracts can no longer be submitted.
2. When will I be notified about the outcome of the review?
The review process was completed on August 22. The results have been sent to the authors by email on August 23, 2019.
Registration, Attendance and Cancellations
1. How do I register for the Conference Loss and Damage 2019?
Registration is required for all participants. The number of participants is limited. Registration will close when the maximum number of participants have been reached.
Registration is open, visit the Registration page for more information.
2. What do I do if I need to cancel my registration?
The number of participants at the conference is limited. If you need to cancel your confirmed spot, please notify us as soon as possible since we will have a waiting list. Another reason we ask you to notify us about any cancellations is that we want to avoid ordering too much food and drinks (to be cost effective and to avoid food waste). Email us at lossanddamage2019 [at] lucsus [dot] lu [dot] se
3. Is financial support available?
No, unfortunately not.
Papers, Posters and Presentations
1. When is the deadline for submission of full papers?
Full papers are due on October 15, 2019. The deadline for submission of full papers is only relevant if you want your (new) paper to be considered for selection in the special issue.
2. Are there any guidelines for the paper presentations?
Each presenter will have 15 minutes for their presentation. We advise you to prepare a PowerPoint presentation but you can present without if you prefer.
3. How do I know what day and time I will present?
The preliminary programme will be publised in the coming weeks. Please note that the exact time-slot for your presentation may change up to the start of the conference. We aim to create coherent sessions and might have to adjust to accomodate cancellations and other changes.
4. Will there be a Poster Exhibition?
Yes. We will arrange a poster exhibition during the conference. The poster should be in the format of an A0 but you can decide on the layout of text and images yourself. If you have been asked to submit a poster, please print it out and bring it to the registration desk on the first day of the conference.
Travel to Lund University
1. How do I find Lund University and the Conference Venue?
Lund University is based in the city of Lund, close to Malmö (Sweden’s third largest city) in the south of Sweden. This part of Sweden is very close to Copenhagen in Denmark. The main campus buildings of Lund University are located in the centre of Lund and are an approximate 5–10 minutes' walk from the Lund railway station.
Copenhagen Airport – the closest international airport to Lund
The closest international airport to Lund is Copenhagen Airport (also known as "Kastrup"), in Denmark. The journey time by train from the airport to Lund is about 35 minutes. The journey takes you over the Öresund Bridge connecting Denmark to Sweden and via Malmö central station where you may need to change trains.
Train tickets can be purchased from the Skånetrafiken ticket machines in the arrivals hall at Copenhagen Airport, near the escalators going down to the train platform. You can pay using a debit/credit card, and if you buy a ticket all the way to Lund, the ticket will be valid even if you need to change trains at Malmö central station. You can also use the Danish DSB ticket machines when travelling with Skånetrafiken. A DSB ticket will be slightly more expensive, however.
Please note that there is a passport control at the first stop (Hyllie) on the Swedish side. Make sure to always bring a valid passport or ID-card when travelling between Denmark and Sweden.
Information on train travel from Copenhagen to Lund (Skånetrafiken's website)
Lund is located on the main railway line from Malmö to several different destinations such as Berlin, Oslo, Stockholm and Gothenburg. It takes approximately 10 minutes to travel between Malmö and Lund by local trains – schedules for both types can be found on Skånetrafiken’s website. Tickets are available from the ticket machines on the platform.
How to travel within Lund?
Getting around Lund is fairly easy as the city is small and you can go most places by foot.
Public transport: The regional public transport system is run by Skånetrafiken. For public transport within the city you can use the green city buses, and trains to Malmö and Copenhagen run frequently.
Bike: Lund has a bike sharing system called “Lundahoj” with bike stations placed around the city. A seasonal card valid for one year costs 75 SEK.
Taxi: Taxilund, +46-46-121212.
The Conference will be held at Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies, LUCSUS, located in the Josephson Building, Biskopsgatan 5, 223 62 Lund.
1. Will accommodation be provided?
No. All participants need to make their own accommodation arrangements.
2. Do you have any recommendations on where to stay?
We suggest a hotel in Lund or Malmö. Check for example TripAdvisor to find a hotel close by the conference venue on Biskopsgatan 5 in Lund.
Food at the Conference and Restaurants in Lund
Will you serve vegetarian food at the conference?
Yes. All food served at the conference will be vegetarian – snacks, lunches and dinners. When registering, please state if you have any food allergies or other food intolerances.
Outside of conference hours, you might want to visit a restaurant in Lund. Find some of our favourite restaurants on this list:
- Ihsiri. Modern Thai restaurant
- Restaurant Ved. Traditional Swedish meals with a twist, and pizza
- Mat & Destillat, restaurant and cocktail bar
- Linnérs mat i Lund
- På Skissernas restaurant, Museum of Artistic Process and Public Art
- Hos Talevski i Stadsparken
- Kulturen Restaurang & Konferens
If you have any questions about the conference, please do not hesitate to contact us via email: lossanddamage2019 [at] lucsus [dot] lu [dot] se.