Conference Scope and Topics

The 2nd Algerian-German International Conference on New Technologies and their applications (AGICNT) is to be held at the University Ferhat Abbas - Sétif 1 (Algeria) on September 21-23 2019, followed by satellite meeting on September 24, 2019.

The AGICNT conference organizers are working to provide an exciting and engaging forum for you to explore, understand and develop your interest and involvement in new technologies and their applications. All submitted abstracts undergo peer-review.

Topics of interest include, but are not restricted to, the following:

  • Optronics
  • Nanophotonics and biophotonics
  • New information and communication technologies
  • Sensors and optical comunication
  • Novel materials
  • Solar Energy
  • New trends on renewable energy and environment

We invite contributions from academic scientists, researchers and engineers with experience of exploring, developing, applying and evaluating new technologies and their applications in development. The conference aims to foster inter-disciplinary discussions on new technologies and their applications.

Part of the conference is the Satellite Meeting: "Four Decades of Algerian-German Cooperation in Optics and Photonics".

The conference is organized by the University Ferhat Abbas - Sétif (Algeria) together with the Technical University of Ilmenau (Germany). Both universities look back on a history of more than four decades of intercultural cooperation in the fields of higher education, and research in new technologies.

Conference Registration and Fees

Conference registration opens at September 21, 2019. The registration form can be downloaded via the conference website ( or requested via e-mail (

  • International participants fees: 200 EUR
  • Algerian Researcher 8000 DA
  • Algerian Student 5000 DA
  • Additional paper 5000 DA

Fees include attendance to the conference, conference bag, coffee breaks, and conference meals on September 22-23 without accomodation. Payments can be made upon arrival.

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