2024 IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON
Metrology for Agriculture and Forestry
OCTOBER 29-31, 2024
Since the first edition, MetroAgriFor intends to create an active and stimulating forum where academics, researchers and industry experts in the field of measurement and data processing techniques for Agriculture, Forestry and Food can meet and share new advances and research results.
Attention is paid, but not limited to, new technologies for agriculture and forestry environment monitoring, food quality monitoring, metrology-assisted production in agriculture, forestry and food industries, sensors and associated signal conditioning for agriculture and forestry, calibration methods for electronic test and measurement for environmental and food applications.
The Program Committee is inviting contributions to the IEEE MetroAgriFor 2024.
Interested researchers, academics, practitioners and industry partners are invited to submit papers for the Conference. Papers that involve joint authorship with students, industry and community partners are encouraged. Early career researchers and research students are also encouraged to contribute papers.
All contributions will be peer-reviewed and acceptance will be based on quality, originality and relevance. Accepted papers will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore Digital Library.
Extended versions of presented papers are eligible for post publication.
SPECIAL SESSION PROPOSAL DEADLINE
The IEEE MetroAgriFor 2024 Organizing Committee invites proposals for Special Sessions on new or emerging topics in metrology for agriculture and forestry that have the potential to have a major impact on the field in the near future.
The goal of these special sessions is to provide a forum for focused discussions on new topics or innovative applications of established approaches. A special session could address a particular theme or consist of work done in some particular international project.
CALL FOR SPECIAL SESSIONS
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