CSBE AGM and Technical Meeting
June 14-18, 2020, Québec City
Following the enthusiasm and request of several delegates from CIGR member organisations, the committee agreed to slightly extend the submission period to allow everyone to submit their abstract.
No further extension will be possible.
New deadline for the Call for Abstracts:
January 15th, 2020
The call for abstracts for the 5th CIGR International Conference AND CSBE-SCGAB AGM and Technical Conference is open until January 15th 2020! Under the theme “Integrating Agriculture and Society through Engineering”, the primary goal of this conference is to bring together elite scientists from all over the world, and to provide a unique forum for exchange on the challenges and opportunities in agricultural and biosystems engineering.
The conference will take place from June 14th to the 18th 2020 in Québec City, Canada. Québec City offers a blend of culture and history that is unique in North America. Located along the majestic Saint-Lawrence River, Quebec City is the only walled city north of Mexico and the old part of the town is a UNESCO World Heritage treasure.
- CSBE-SCGAB AGM and Technical Conference
- 4th Int. Symposium on Emissions of Gas and Dust from Livestock (EmiLi)
- 9th International Symposium on Concrete for sustainable agriculture
- World Congress on Computers in Agriculture and Natural Resources
Program at a glance
- Sunday June 14th: Welcome Reception at the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec
- Monday June 15th: Technical sessions, CSBE AGM, and Cruise on the St.-Lawrence River
- Tuesday June 16th: Technical sessions and Awards Banquet
- Wednesday June 17th: Technical sessions and Closing Ceremony
- Thursday June 18th: Technical tours culminating with a microbrewery visit!
Invited Keynotes Speakers
- Dr. Andy Zynga / CEO EIT Food: How Europe is Transforming the Global Agri-Food Industry Through a Public/Private Open Innovation Ecosystem
- Lorie Hamelin / Senior Researcher at LISBP: Supplying carbon needs of society without fossil resources
- Hydrological modelling: a tool for resilient and sustainable agriculture
- Biochar in Agriculture : Engineering and Environnemental Prospects
For more information:
Stéphane Godbout, ing., agr., Ph.D.
418-643-2380 ext. 600