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ICoA 2017 : 4th International Conference on Agro-Industry

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Link: http://theicrd.org/icoa
 
When Oct 20, 2017 - Oct 22, 2017
Where Minamiuonuma City
Submission Deadline TBD
 

Call For Papers



The 4th International Conference on Agro-Industry (4th ICoA) will be held this this year in Japan. ICoA, which was started 4 years ago as a somewhat regional agro-industry conference has been expanding; this year the conference will be held in Japan for the 2nd time with a bit expanded theme of Agri-Business and Technology. The Niigata region in Japan, renowned for high level of agriculture production, would also give participants to see for themselves the highly advanced agro industry and use of technology for increasing efficiencies.

Theoretical and empirical papers on areas related to :

Agri-business and Management
Modeling, System Analysis & Simulation
Bio production System & Process Engineering
Sustainable Agro Industry
Competitive Agroindustry
Commodity Trading
Agriculture Economics
Agro-industrial Technology
Agriculture Policies
Agro-Supply Chains
Agro-Tourism
Agro Innovations
Ecology and Environment
Agro-Innovations using IoT (Internet of Things), GPS, and Internet Technologies
Other related areas are accepted.




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