S1

Online registration and paper submission

Online registration and full papers submission forms become available on the Conference website. [31 October 2016]

S2

Full paper submission (extended) deadline

(Extended) Deadline for submitting the full papers is reached. [28 February 2017]

S3

(extended) Full paper acceptance notification

Paper reviewing is finished and participants are notified about the acceptance of papers. [20 April 2017]

S4

Payment deadline

(extended) Deadline for conference fees payment. [10 May 2017]

S5

Conference first day

First day of the conference. [08 June 2017]

S6

Conference end

Last day of the conference. [10 June 2017]

“Agriculture for Life, Life for Agriculture 2016” proceedings will be published in Elsevier Procedia - Agriculture and Agricultural Science and the publication will be made available on Science Direct with a free access to the worldwide audience. Elsevier Procedia is Scopus and CPCI indexed and publishes high-quality papers from leading conferences around the world. Papers published in Procedia are individually metadated, XML versions are optimized for search engines, references are linked, and DOI (Digital Object Identifier) numbers are added.

For the selected original research papers oral presented at the conference, it will be asked an additional processing fee after being accepted, respectively 75 EUR.

All articles are accepted after blind peer reviewing. Upon acceptance, authors are required to sign the copyright transfer form. The publisher of the proceedings (Elsevier) will ask the corresponding author of each paper to sign the copyright transfer form.

All those articles published in Elsevier Procedia - Agriculture and Agricultural Science are indexed in Science Direct and will be forwarded to Thomson Reuters Conference Proceedings Citation Index Science (http://thomsonreuters.com/conference-proceedings-citation-index/), in order to be evaluated and included in the ISI Web of Science. It is known that the previous proceedings from Elsevier Procedia have been indexed in Thomson Reuters ISI Web of Science.