We cordially invite you to participate with a paper presentation within the below specific conference tracks: ‘Smart Agriculture’ or ‘The Application of Topology Research in Agriculture’. Both tracks will be carried out online during the 2022 MakeLearn conference.
Session chair will be Dr. Tzong-Ru Lee, Professor of Marketing Department, National Chung Hsing University (NCHU) (Taiwan); CEO of IAC of NCHU-APAARI Center of Excellence on Value Chain, NCHU; Vice Chairman, International Association for Agricultural Sustainability (IAAS); Editor-in-chief, International Journal of Agriculture Innovation, Technology and Globalisation (IJAITG).
TRACK J: SMART AGRICULTURE
One of the uses of digital transformation can be seen in the agricultural sector. Smart agriculture is a concept of implementing technology in agriculture. There are many things that can be discussed and improved, especially in relation to the post COVID-19 pandemic era and climate change.
We welcome scholars to submit their papers that relate to smart agriculture to the MakeLearn & TIIM 2022 in the ‘Smart Agriculture’ track.
TRACK K: THE APPLICATION OF TOPOLOGY RESEARCH IN AGRICULTURE
Digitalization makes it possible to implement broad of studies to agriculture. One of them is topology, which defines the structure of the network of how all the components are interconnected to each other. However, nowadays, there is still not much application of topology studies in agriculture.
We welcome scholars to submit their papers that relate talk about topology application in agriculture to the MakeLearn & TIIM 2022 in the ‘The Application of Topology Research in Agriculture’ section.
The MakeLearn and TIIM International Conference 2022 will be held 19-21 May 2022 in Kaunas, Lithuania, and also online (hybrid conference). Registration is open and we are already accepting paper proposals HERE.
Abstract or full paper submission due: 15 February 2022
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