Copyright Agro-Geoinformatics 2012

Participants are invited to electronically submit original, unpublished research contributions or experience reports not concurrently submitted elsewhere.

All abstracts must be 300-500 words long and written in English. They will be refereed for quality, originality, and relevance by the program committee. Authors of accepted abstracts will be invited to submit full papers. These papers will be published in the EI-indexed proceedings. Selected papers will be published in special issues of SCI-indexed journals.

Abstracts must include title and authors (first name surname), and indicate the presenter by underlining the name and providing that author's contact details: affiliations, department, full address (street, city, state/province, and country), telephone, fax, and Email.

Abstract Submission:
Submit an abstract in a new window by clicking the link Submit Your Abstract.

Full paper submission
Please first download Manuscript Templates for preparing papers for conference proceedings. The length limit of the full paper is 6 pages, but at least 4 pages, in the format of template. Please strictly follow the template to prepare your paper, otherwise, paper would be rejected.

Please submit your full paper HERE via using your user name and password that you used to submit your abstract. (Instructions: when you log in, click "Paper xxx" on the top menu, then click "Submit a new version" on the top-right menu. Finally, you are able to upload your paper there. Only pdf format is accepted.)

Copyright form from IEEE:
Please download the Copyright Form, fill it, sign it, send it back to after you submitted your full paper.

Validate your full paper's PDF file before submission
Every full paper in pdf format has to be validated before submission. Detailed instructions are below:
Click here to come to IEEE pdf-express. Using the conference id: agrogeoinfo12x to register an account. Then, you can convert your Word document to IEEE-compatible pdf file or validate your pdf file. The paper will be rejected if its pdf file is not IEEE-compatible.