A final deadline extension has been given for all types of submission. You can now submit your paper using our online submission system until June 15, 2020 at 23:55 GMT.
We are aware of an issue with the Online Submission System that has been set up for HAICTA 2020, maintained by EasyChair. At this point no one can access the website and submit a paper. We are confident that the IT techs at EasyChair are doing their best to get the system running back up again in no time. We understand that today is the deadline for all type of submissions. We monitor this issue and we'll take actions accordingly within this day. Keep visiting the "News" section of HAICTA 2020 website. We'll keep you posted with updates regarding this issue.
UPDATE 16:50 EET: The system is back up and running. You can now submit your papers though our Online Submission System.
We understand you may be concerned about not being able to attend the conference due to the coronavirus COVID-19 situation. The HAICTA 2020 Organizing Committee is working hard for the event in order to have everything in place in September. However, rest assured that you can withdraw your submission at any stage before the Conference, during the uncertainty of the outbreak. This will also apply to refunding your registration fee with no penalty if the situation continues to be uncertain or if travel bans still apply for your country or are advised by your Institution.
After the Conference, selected high quality papers will be invited to be reconsidered for special issues of scientific journals and collective volumes. We can now announce that we have come to an agreement with the following three International Journals:
You can find more information here.
We are excited to announce that Maurizio Canavari, Associate Professor at the University of Bologna, Italy, will be one of our keynote speakers for the forthcoming HAICTA 2020 International Conference.
Mr. Canavari has a PhD in Appraisal and Land Economics. He is an Associate Professor of Agricultural Economics and Appraisal at the Department of Agricultural and Food Sciences, Alma Mater Studiorum-University of Bologna. His current research interests include agri-food marketing and marketing research, with specific topics regarding consumer preferences, quality management, innovation in agriculture and food, value chain analysis and management.
The Conference is organized by the Hellenic Association for Information and Communication Technologies in Agriculture, Food and Environment (HAICTA) in cooperation with a number of Universities and Institutes.
HAICTA is the Greek Branch of the European Federation for Information Technology in Agriculture (EFITA). Until now HAICTA has organized a series of eight successful international conferences.
HAICTA 2020 aims to bring together professionals, experts and researchers working on Information and Communication Technologies in Agriculture, Food and Environment. We additionally...