Workshops for Saturday 14th September and Sunday 15th September to be advised shortly



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Please note the program outline is subject to change without notice.

Call for Extended Abstracts is Now Open

Extended abstract submission is now open for NIR2019, which will be held on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia on 15th – 20th September 2019. 

Submission Process

The submission process for NIR 2019 will be through an online submission portal. Submitters are requested to create an account and submit an extended abstract for review according to the guidelines set out on this page.

Important Dates

- Opening date of submission: 12 October 2018
- Closing date for submission: 15 March 2019
- Notification of acceptance: 19 April 2019
- Deadline for early registration: 30 June 2019
- Conference dates: 15 – 20 September 2019

Presentation Format

An extended abstract can be submitted for presentation at the conference as one or both of the following:

  • Poster Presentation
  • Oral Presentation


Extended abstracts must be submitted under one of the conference themes.  The official language of the conference is English and all short papers must be submitted in that language.

Conference Themes:

1. Agriculture/Horticulture
2. Aquaphotomics
3. Chemometrics
4. Dairy/Food Science/Meat Science
5. Education
6. Environmental
7. fNIR
8. Forestry
9. Hyperspectral Imaging
10. Instrumentation
11. Medical Science
12. Museum/Archaeology/Heritage Science
13. PAT/IoT/Cloud
14. Pharmacology/Traditional Chinese Medicine
15. Sampling
16. Soil/Geoexploration/Mineralogy
17. Remote and Proximal Sensing
18. Wildlife/Animal Science

Please note that if your abstract falls under multiple categories please select the main category and then put the other categories in keywords.  

Submission Guidelines and Templates

Please download the below submission guidelines and templates prior to starting your submission.

Submission Outline and Template

For assistance on preparing your abstract please see the tutorial by Phill Williams, Pierre Dardenne and Peter Flinn in JNIRS. It is a free download.

NIR Hyperspectral Imaging Analysis

Dr José Manuel Amigo, Department of Food Science, University of Copenhagen, Denmark


2 Day Workshop Saturday 14th September and Sunday 15th September

More Information coming soon



Using R for NIR Spectroscopy.  

Dr Budiman, University of Sydney, Australia


2 Day Workshop Saturday 14th September and Sunday 15th September

More Information coming soon