11th edition of the EFITA CONGRESS in Montpellier, France: European conference dedicated to the future use of ICT in the agri-food sector, bioresource and biomass sector
July 2nd – 6th
CALL FOR PAPERS : It’s time for researchers and companies to send your extended abstract !
EFITA is the European conference dedicated to the future use of ICT in the agri-food sector, bioresource and biomass sector.
It was launched and is supported by the European Federation for Information Technology in Agriculture, Food and the Environment (EFITA). EFITA happens every two year, and EFITA 2017 is the 11th edition. 200 participants are expected in Montpellier, France, from around 30 countries.
Many initiatives, such as invited workshops and sessions, internal meetings, come together within EFITA conference to make Montpellier the place to go in July when it comes to ICT for agri-food, bioresource and biomass sectors.
A Hackathon will happen the week-end before and a technical tour will conclude the conference. The schedule is organised to make the conference attractive to research teams and to companies.
The on-line abstract submission is open at www.efita2017.org until the 28th February.
Abstracts of 2 pages are requested for oral and poster communication.
Send your extended abstracts, propose demonstrations, come and enjoy a nice atmosphere for knowledge sharing and thinking the future. See below for calls for researchers and calls for companies.
We'll be happy to welcome you in Montpellier and we’ll take care that you enjoy the sunny and beautiful place.
Campus de la Gaillarde, 2 Place Pierre Viala, 34060 Montpellier, France.
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