International Collaborative Conference of Modern Agricultural Technologies (ICCMAT2023) is a prestigious event organized by The College of Agriculture, University of Anbar, in cooperation with the College of Agricultural Sciences and Engineering, Salah Al-Din University with a motivation to provide an excellent international platform for the academicians, researchers, engineers, industrial participants and budding students around the world to share their research findings with the global experts. ICCMAT will be held during 3-4 May 2023 in Irbil, Kurdistan, Ira. The theme of the ICCMAT2023 conference is Animal Science and Zoology, Agronomy, Soil Science and Water Resources, Horticulture Science, Agricultural Economy, Ecology and Food Science. The key intention of ICCMAT2023 is to provide an opportunity for global participants to share their ideas and experience in person with their peers expected to join from different parts of the world. We hope that the ICCMAT2023 outcome will lead to significant contributions to the knowledge base in these up-to-date scientific fields in scope.
Call of full-text paper from 15th Dec. 2022, Paper submission deadline 5th March. 2022
Publication charges will be 200 $ for each accepted manuscript and review article.
The College was established in 1993, it is located at the eastern entrance of Ramadi city. It consists of seven departments, which are Soil Sci. and Water Resources
The College of Agricultural Engineering Sciences - Salahaddin University was founded in 1968.
Manuscripts must be original and has not been previously published in any journal or under consideration for publication elsewhere
ICCMAT conference is an international that accepts research articles, reviews, and short communications of content related to agriculture
ICCMAT conference publishes original research papers, review papers, case reports. ICCMAT is open access
Attendance , Poster presentation , Full-text manuscript (Scopus indexed journal)
The College was established in 2005, it is located at the northern entrance of kirkuk city