The Conference is co-organized by the Hellenic Association for Information and Communication Technologies in Agriculture, Food and Environment (HAICTA) and the Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Chania (MAICh) in cooperation with a number of associated academic Institutions. HAICTA is the Greek Branch of the European Federation for Information Technology in Agriculture (EFITA). It has organized until now a series of successful international conferences.

Call for paper

Important Dates

Draft paper submission deadline:2017-03-13

Draft paper acceptance notification:2017-04-17

Final paper submission deadline:2017-05-08

Topics of submission

We accept submissions in all areas of ICT in Agriculture, Food and the Environment including but not limited to: 

  • Information Systems 

  • Web Applications 

  • Database Systems and Data Mining 

  • Decision Support Systems 

  • Innovations in Food Hygiene and the Production of High Quality Food 

  • Quality Assurance and Certification of Innovative Food Products 

  • E-Business, E-Commerce, E-Sales, E-Marketing and E-Services 

  • Innovative Uses of Agricultural By-products and Waste Management 

  • Traceability Systems 

  • Innovation in Short Value Chains in Rural Areas 

  • Modeling and Simulation in Climate Change 

  • Water Resources Management 

  • Environmental Design and Policy 

  • Environmental Impact Assessment 

  • Epidemics Modelling 

  • Internet of Things, Sensor, RFID and Mobile/Wireless Network Applications 

  • Precision Farming Systems, Variable Rate Technologies 

  • Farm and Animal Health Monitoring and Data Recording Systems 

  • Efficient Irrigation Technologies and Water Quality Monitoring 

  • Fish Health and Product Quality Monitoring in Aquaculture 

  • Genomics and Biotechnologies in Genetic Improvement 

  • Diffusion of Innovation in Rural Areas 

  • E-networking, Collective Actions and E-governance in Rural Areas 

  • E-learning, Interactive Systems and Web-based Farmer Education 

  • ICT and Innovation in the Promotion of Rural Areas and Alternative Tourism 

  • Wood Technology and Wood Products 

  • Wildfire Risk Assessment 

  • Information Systems and Wildlife Management & Protection 

  • Spatial Analysis, Landscape Planning and GIS-based Analysis 

  • Supply Chain Management & Logistics


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