Landscape 2021 offers different opportunities to contribute your own ideas about diversified cropping systems, farming system, landscape management and governance for:
Call for presentation of products now open
A special market place event with participation of key actors will be dedicated to presentation and discussion of research products for utilization in practice and policy, such as fact sheets, apps, decision support systems, knowledge systems, new co-operations and the like. Key actors include farmers, policy representatives and business developing solutions for practice, multipliers and journalists.
Call for post-conference workshops now open
We offer you the opportunity to organise your own workshop, specifically adapted to your target audience. The only condition is that your topic should be related to agricultural landscapes or diversification in a wider sense. The workshops are taking place on Thursday, September 23rd, 2021 from 08:30 to 17:00. If you are interested, you need to apply and describe the objective and topic of the workshop. The call for post-conference workshops is open until March 1st, 2021. Selection of masterclasses will be done by the scientific committee.
Call for papers: Submission of paper abstracts opens January 15th, 2021
For submission please click "Submit a paper". During the registration process you have to create an account. With this account you can login later, using the login box on the left side, to check your documents (invoice & ticket) or to change your personal data.
If you have any questions, please contact the conference secretariat.
The registration and submission for the conference is supported by Converia, a conference management application.
Call for sessions is closed
Sessions will highlight the state of the art in agricultural landscape research and promote critical exchange on pathways to more resilient and sustainable agriculture. With the overarching theme of diversification, proposed sessions can be from any single or combination of fields relevant to sustainable agricultural landscape research. They can have a focus on a particular topic, method, challenge or region. While many sessions will be of an academic nature, engaging other actors, such as farmers, policy makers or NGOs, in scientific dialogue is highly welcome. Selection of the sessions will be done by the scientific committee based on applications made with the session template. Each session will last 90 minutes and include 3-5 presentations, with session organisers free to choose the mix of time allocated to the mix of keynotes presentations, presentations and discussions. Applicants must indicate which session they are applying for, though session and conference organisers may suggest to transfer the contribution to another session.
Call for masterclasses is closed
Masterclasses are interactive sessions to show, learn and discuss new tools, methods or emerging topics in hands-on intensity. Masterclasses are organised and chaired by 1-2 persons, they last 3 hours (refreshments in between) and host about 15-30 participants (prior registration). Masterclasses attract senior and junior researchers alike. They are an excellent way to spread and test scientific ideas and to reinforce scientific networking. The call for masterclasses is now open. Selection of masterclasses will be done by the scientific committee. Organisers submit an abstract (100-150 words) plus a meaningful illustration and specification about technical and material requirements (see template).