The ICV North-East Conference 2021 in Schwerin: Controlling North German - in stormy seas - EVENT IN GERMAN
This year, the traditional Regional Conference North become the North-East Conference. This time, the work groups from the Region North Germany organize it together with the work groups from the Region East Germany on September 17 and 18, 2021 in Schwerin. Since there is no CIB in Berlin this year, the ICV Newcomer Award will also be presented at the North-East Conference.
AGENDA OF THE NORTH-EAST CONFERENCE 2021
FRIEDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2021
In the Conference hotel Hotel Plaza Schwerin, Bleicher Ufer 23, 19053 Schwerin, Phone +49 (0) 3855 7550
Moderation: Through the day leads us
ICV Regional Delegate Germany North
Prof. Dr. Crönertz
Leipzig University of Applied Sciences
Prof. Dr. Robert Knappe
Research team ReComMeND
Laudation and Award ceremony
Prof. Dr. Nicole Jekel, Jury
Christina Keindorf, Jury
and photo session with the Award winners.
and have a good trip in stormy seas!
End around 4:30 p.m.
SCHWERIN: DAS BESTE AUS ZWEI REGIONEN IN EINER STADT VEREINT
Schwerin is one of the small towns in Northern Germany that have hosted the ICV Conference North in recent years. This time with two special features: The Region East is a co-organizer and the ICV Newcomer Award will be presented during the conference. What is there more to offer than Schwerin: A place mentioned for the first time more than 1,000 years ago and today's capital of the state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. The best in one town from both ICV regions.
With fewer than 100,000 inhabitants, Schwerin is statistically “only” a medium-sized town and thus the smallest town that is a state capital in Germany. Nonetheless, the town has been the capital of Mecklenburg for over 650 years, making it one of the longest active capitals in Germany. Since Schwerin was never an autonomous city, it was not a member of the Hanseatic League.
The landmark is the Schwerin Castle. On a protected island, after various fortifications and castles, today's castle developed in a romantic style in 1845-1857. For centuries the residence of the Mecklenburg dukes and grand dukes, it is now the seat of the state parliament of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. In terms of playfulness, it can be compared with the Bavarian Neuschwanstein and thus similar to a "fairy tale castle".
Despite its time as the seat of government, Schwerin is modern: some technology companies have their headquarters in Schwerin and also aircraft supply companies have their locations here. In addition, Schwerin is the location of three universities (FH for medium-sized companies, HS for BA for work and Vitruvius Design University).
Schwerin is a film city: you clearly know that a team from “Polizeiruf 110” is based here. However, Hollywood has also discovered Schwerin: In the US agent comedy "Kingsman: The Golden Circle", the hero visits his in-laws - and the outside view of Schwerin Castle is shown.
As a small town, the venues for this year's ICV conference are within walking distance. The distance between the hotel recommendation and the location of the evening event is just 1.8 km or just under 25 minutes.
Work groups (WG), leaders, e-mail addresses
Prof. Dr. Katja Glaser
AGENDA FLYER (GERMAN)
The conference fee including the evening event is 130 euros.
The North-East Conference is a public event. Guests and non-ICV members are welcome!
Please use the following registration form in PDF format.
VENUE: HOTEL PLAZA
We ask you to choose and book the accommodation yourself.
In the conference hotel Plaza, 40 rooms have been reserved for the ICV until August 17 and can be canceled free of charge until then.
The cost of an overnight stay as part of the ICV contingent is 85 euros in a single room or 95 euros in a double room.
SPONSORS OF THE CONFERENCE
SPONSORS OF THE ICV NEWCOMER AWARD
THE ICV NEWCOMER AWARD
Pictures will be taken during the event, which will then be published on the ICV website and the ICV channels in social media and in Controller Magazin. If you do not want this, please speak to the Organization Team on site.
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