Following the enthusiasm and request of several delegates from CIGR member organisations, the committee agreed to slightly extend the submission period to allow everyone to submit their abstract.
No further extension will be possible.
EXTENDED DEADLINE You have until January 15 2020 to submit a contribution.
The primary goal of this conference is to bring together the elite scientists from all over the world, and to provide an unique forum for exchange on agricultural and biosystems challenges and opportunities.
The CIGR 2020 conference will offer plenary and technical sessions that cover soils, water, environment, biology, bioprocessing, precision farming, big data in agriculture, machinery, building, environemental systems, energy, waste management and conversion, and interdisciplinary challenges.
We expect to bring together engineers, scientists, agronomists, and technicians from different fields of today's research. If you are interested in the latest engineering developments in agriculture, environment, food and water security, clean energy, and social farming amongst others, don't miss this conference!
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|Call for papers||Fall 2018|
|Abstract submission deadline||January 15 2020|
|Notification of acceptance||February 1st 2020|
|Registration opening||February 15 2020|
|Early bird deadline||April 3, 2020|
|Final program||May 2020|
|Online registration deadline||June 1st, 2020|
|Paper submission deadline||June 1st 2020|
|Conference||June 14 – 18, 2020|
Stéphane Godbout, ing., agr., Ph.D.
418-643-2380 ext. 600
Québec City Convention Centre
1000, René-Lévesque Est blvd
Québec City (QC) CANADA G1R 5T8