A scientific paper about the use of drones in agriculture, penned by Maltese researcher and academic Steve Zerafa, was chosen as the top scientific paper in the agriculture session at an international conference held in Paris, France.
Engineers, practitioners, scientists, researchers, scholars, and students from around the world, as well as industry professionals, converged at the 37th PARIS International Conference on “Advances in Science, Engineering, and Waste Management” (PASEW-23) in Paris, France, from 17th to 19th April 2023. The conference aimed to showcase ongoing research activities and promote research collaborations between academia and industry.
The conference created a forum for delegates to engage in direct exchange of new ideas and share their application experiences, facilitating the establishment of business or research relationships, and enabling the identification of global partners for future collaborations. Furthermore, all submitted conference papers underwent a rigorous peer-review process by the program/technical committees to ensure their quality and relevance to the conference theme.