Abstracts must be in English and consist of 400-600 words. They should be submitted in PDF format.
Short Papers & Posters
Short papers will be included as oral presentations in the conference program. Poster submissions should emphasise on the research problem and on the methods used. Poster size must be up to 77cm width x 130cm height. They should be submitted in PDF format. All submissions must be in English and consist of max. 2.000 words. References and figures won't count among the size limit.
Doctoral Consortium Papers
Contributions of max. 2.000 words are accepted. The same format as for short papers applies.
For developers and implementers of novel technology in the fields of ICT in Agriculture. For business and industry representatives using, developing or deploying ICT in Agriculture. Papers of this type should be max. 2.000 words, written in English. References and figures won't count among the size limit.
Papers will be accepted after double blind review process by at least two members of the Scientific Committee. To accommodate the double blind review process preferably submit a PDF file with your contribution.
As mentioned, HAICTA 2020 review will be double blind. Therefore, please anonymise your submission. This means that all submissions must have no author identifying information (your contact details will be recorded in the Conference Management System). Do not put the author(s) names or affiliation(s), and try to "anonymise" citations to your own prior work in your submission.
Camera-ready accepted papers will be reviewed before final acceptance for oral/poster presentation to ensure conformance to reviewers comments.
All accepted papers will be included in the Conference Proceedings*
* at least one registration for each accepted paper must be confirmed before it can be included in the Conference Proceedings.
Basic Guidelines for the Preparation of Manuscripts
Authors wishing to submit a contribution should consider the following guidelines: Initial Submission Use the following Microsoft Word templates for your submissions. Use the "abstract template" if you'll submit an abstract or use the "paper template" if you'll submit a short or a doctoral consortium or an industrial paper or a poster.