The final proceedings for the Symposium on Agri-Tech Economics for Sustainable Futures, and recordings of each of the technical sessions are now available on the Previous Workshops page of this website.
Registration for the live sessions closes tomorrow... 17th September 2020.
The program is set with 6 special sessions that cover everything from the future of UK and European agriculture, agri-tech and sustainable landscapes, spatial econometrics in precision agriculture, agri-tech adoption, markets and productivity to a special session on Nigerian agriculture... something for everyone! See for the details at https://www.agritechecon.co.uk/ or https://www.harper-adams.ac.uk/news/203526/harper-adams-and-the-international-network-for-economic-research-to-host-third-annual-symposium
The programme for the Global Institute for Agri-Tech Economics at Harper Adams University 3rd INFER Online Symposium on Agri-Tech Economics for Sustainable Futures is now available. Head to https://www.agritechecon.co.uk/ to download and register.
Yes, we have hit September, so the event will be with us soon!!
Symposiums opening session - Insights into Agri-Tech and the long term impacts of COVID-19 on agriculture
This is going to be a fantastic opening session for the Global Institute for Agri-Tech Economics 3rd INFER Symposium on Agri-Tech Economics for Sustainable Futures... Prof David Llewellyn, Tom Bradshaw (NFU), Phil Bicknell (AHDB) and Prof. James Lowenberg-DeBoer discussing agri-tech at Harper Adams University, the farmers perspective, traversing the nexus of science and technology into farm practice, and the longer term impacts of COVID-19 on European agriculture.
To register for this free online session and others head to the Registration page.
The Global Institute for Agri-Tech Economics at @harper-adams-university is excited to announce that Professor George Halkos from the University of Thessaly will be the leading keynote speaker of a special session on Agricultural Productivity, Policy and Markets at the 3rd Online Symposium on Agri-Tech Economics for Sustainable Futures. Prof. Halkos' talk will be on 'Modelling biodiversity: Determinants of threatened species'.
If you would like to listen and be part of this session, head to https://www.agritechecon.co.uk/ for further details.
We want to acknowledge the great many people who have already submitted their paper (or extended abstracts) in advance of our 22nd July, 2020, deadline. Thanks so much to you all!
However, we have received many requests to extend the deadline for Extended Abstract or Full Manuscript Submissions. As a result, the Symposium Organizing Committee has decided to extend the final deadline for the Call for Papers. Submissions are now due no later than 5th August , 2020.
Professor Dayton Lambert from Oklahoma State University (USA) will be the leading keynote speaker of a special session on Spatial Econometrics in Precision Agriculture at the 3rd INFER Online Symposium on Agri-Tech Economics for Sustainable Futures.
Prof. Lambert's topic will be 'Leveraging Yield Response Information from Dense Field Data: A Comparison of Local Regression Methods'
If you would like to be part of this session, contribute a paper to the symposium, or just listen in, see https://www.agritechecon.co.uk/ for further details. Deadline for paper or abstract submissions: 22nd July 2020.
Professor Robert Finger from ETH Zurich (Switzerland) will be the leading keynote speaker of a special session on Agri-Tech Economics and Sustainable Landscapes at the 3rd INFER Online Symposium on Agri-Tech Economics for Sustainable Futures. Prof. Finger's topic will be 'How digital innovation can lead to more sustainable agricultural systems'
If you would like to be part of this session, contribute a paper to the symposium, or just listen in, head to https://www.agritechecon.co.uk/ for further details. Deadline for paper or abstract submissions is 22nd July 2020.
We are excited to be able to confirm the first three keynote speakers for the symposium. Professors Dayton Lambert (Oklahoma State University), George Halkos (University of Thessaly) and Robert Finger (ETH Zurich). Further details forthcoming!