2019 IEEE INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON
Metrology for Agriculture and Forestry
October 24 - 26, 2019
Portici - Naples
University of Naples Federico II
Department of Agricultural Sciences
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.
Besides invited lectures, presentations and poster sessions, the Workshop will feature a Short Course on Measurement Theory and Uncertainty and an Exhibition to offer leading manufacturers the opportunity to bring their latest technology solutions directly to the attention of a selected audience.
The Conference Program Committee is inviting extended abstracts for the MetroAgriFor 2019 Workshop, 24 – 26 October, 2019.
Interested researchers, academics, practitioners and industry partners are invited to submit extended abstracts for the Workshop. 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.
Accepted papers will be published in the proceedings of the Workshop and the proceedings will be submitted for indexing in the IEEE Xplore Digital Library.
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Special Session Proposal Deadline
The Royal Palace of Portici was built by King Charles. The work began in 1738, under the lead of Medrano first and then Antonio Canevari, with a final intervention by Vanvitelli and Fuga.
The Palace has a superb facade with wide terraces and balustrades, and it is formed by an upper part and a lower part divided by a vast yard crossed by the old “Royal Road of Calabria”, presently called University Avenue.
The entrance hall leads to the first floor through a magnificent staircase along which there are statues coming from Herculaneum; also the floors of some rooms were realised by using mosaics coming from the excavations of Vesuvian cities.
Special sessions have the main aim of creating a mini-workshop on a specific topic, where researchers working on the same argument can make knowledge, familiarize, exchange ideas, create cooperation.