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MAD3 will be held on Sunday 25 and Monday 26 August 2013
Once again, it will take place on Refshaleøen in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Speaker line-up is continuously updated - check back or follow us on twitter for the latest updates!
Alex Atala Chef, Brazil
World-renown South American chef-patron of DOM and Dalva e Dito restaurants in Sao Paolo, Brazil and returning speaker from MAD1.
Dr. Vandana ShivaEnvironmental Activist, India
Indian philosopher, activist, writer, advisor and eco-feminist, who has authored more than 20 books. Founder of Research Foundation for Science, Technology and Ecology, which promotes biodiversity, conservation and small farmers' rights.
Frédéric Morin and David McMillan
Chefs and Restaurateurs, Canada
French Canadian chef-patrons of Montreal's Joe Beef, the Liverpool House and McKiernan Lunchonette and authors of best-selling 'The Art of Living According to Joe Beef: A Cookbook of Sorts'.
Descended from a long-line of Italian butchers, Dario now runs a butchery, Antica Macelleria Cecchini, alongside three restaurants all in the small town of Panzano, Chianti.
One of Europe's brightest young chefs, this half-Italian, half-Norwegian chef and co-patron of Copenhagen's Relæ and Manfreds og Vin, was also formerly sous chef at restaurant noma and spent a season at elBulli.
Chef, United Kingdom
After opening the French House in London's Soho with husband Fergus Henderson, this New Zealand native is now joint head chef of East London's Rochelle Canteen.
Sandor Ellix Katz
Fermentation Revivalist, United States
This food activist and autodidact has devoted his life to studying fermentation and has authored two seminal books on the subject: 'Wild Fermentation: the Flavor, Nutrition, and Craft of Live-Culture Food' and 'the Art of Fermentation'.
Author, United States
New York City writer and lecturer who, having been diagnosed with Crohn's disease and literally unable to eat, published the award-winning memoir, 'the Man who Couldn't Eat'.
Roy ChoiChef, USA
Born in Korea, raised in Los Angeles, Roy Choi has become the worldwide figurehead of Kogi Korean BBQ - a food-truck fusion of Korean and Mexican cuisine. Having proved hugely successful, Choi was able to grow his fleet of food trucks from one to five as well as open four permanent locations in L.A.
Pascal BarbotChef, France
Born in Auvergne, central France, Pascal discovered his passion for food whilst still a boy, helping his father harvest their own vegetables form their family garden. His career took him from France to Australasia and back again, to Alain Passard's l'Arpege. In 2000, he opened l'Astrance to instant acclaim. In 2007, he won his third Michelin star, which he maintains today.
Diana KennedyAuthor, Mexico/UK
This British native is a national hero in Mexico. She has spent nearly fifty years traveling around Mexico, learning about and documenting Mexican cuisine. She currently resides in the tiny village of San Pancho, where she has built a solar-powered eco-house and planted an organic farm.