The third annual Sensors in Food and Agriculture 2018 conference invites oral presentations, posters for display and exhibits.
Sensors in Food and Agriculture 2018 - contributions invited
Sensors in Food and Agriculture 2018
18 -19 July 2918
John Innes Centre, Norwich Research Park
The Sensors in Food and Agriculture 2018 conference will highlight recent innovative applications of sensor technology in:
- Crop production - sensor networks and remote sensing for pathogens, irrigation, fertilisation
- Food production - detection of pathogens and contaminants, quality and freshness, home use for gluten, allergens etc
- Animal welfare - environmental monitoring, veterinary PoC, oestrus etc.
As usual in Sensor100 conferences, the programme will comprise invited and contributed presentations, poster displays and exhihibits.
Abstracts are invited for oral presentations (deadline June 1st) and poster displays (June 22nd) - see Call for Papers
There are a limited number of exhibition spaces available - see Exhibits, with a reduced fee prior to 18 May.
Venue: John Innes Conference Centre, Norwich Research Park
Date: 18 -19 July 2018
Registration and full programme details: Conference Registration
Registration fee includes lunch and refreshments, all conference materials, evening networking reception on 18th July.
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