As an author of PETRA 2021, you are invited to submit an extended version of your paper to the MDPI Technologies Journal. Technologies (ISSN 2227-7080) is an international peer-reviewed open access journal singularly focusing on emerging scientific and technological trends and is published quarterly online by MDPI. As a special offer to PETRA authors, MDPI has offered to waive off any article processing charges for publishing your article. This usually costs 1400 Swiss Francs but will be offered for FREE. The deadline for paper submission is set to October 31, 2021. More information about the call, the important dates, and how to submit manuscripts can be found here. To be eligible to get free processing charges, you must use this special issue link to submit your article.
This year PETRA 2021 is going to be conducted virtually using an interactive platform called Underline. The details and itinerary regarding the conference proceedings starting June 29 and ending on July 01 can be found at PETRA 2021 Program (CDT) / PETRA 2021 Program (EEST).
MDPI SENSORS PETRA 2021 BEST STUDENT PAPER AWARD: The MDPI SENSORS journal will award $500 to the Best Student Paper decided by the PETRA 2021 Awards Committee.
We would like to bring to your attention a special opportunity to attend two back to back computer science conferences taking place in two beautiful islands in Greece in June 2021.
Dear authors and participants, We thank you for your interest in Petra 2021, Corfu Island, Greece, from June 29 to July 2. While we are excited to hold this year's conference at the beautiful Island of Corfu at the 5-star Hotel Corfu Holiday Palace, we are closely monitoring the disease progression. The conference organizers still plan to hold the conference in hybrid mode and all participants are advised to not book tickets until a final decision will be made by the National Health Organization in Greece as to whether gatherings are allowed in conference rooms due to Covid.
Furthermore, we urge you to proceed with the registration which is the same for virtual and physical presence because the cost of running the conference in hybrid mode is high due to arranging for both physical and virtual conference access. A final decision will be made on April 27.