General information


The Congress language is English. There will be no interpretation.



Name badges

Every participant will receive a name badge after the registration at the registration desk. This serves as a proof of your registration!


Lunch and refreshments

INCLUDED: lunches, coffee breaks during Congress and Welcome Reception light meals, and beverages are included in the participation fee. 
EXCLUDED: Congress Dinner ticket costs 95€ per person, this can be pre-booked upon registration.


Non-Smoking Policy

Referring to the venue rules, smoking at the Congress is not welcomed.


Congress abstract book

The abstract book includes 1-page abstracts submitted for Congress. The book will be available on the NJF website electronically sometime after Congress. Book will be only electronic!



Publication of oral and poster presentations

Authors of the oral presentation will after the congress be invited to submit a full manuscript for possible publication (a peer-review system will apply) in a special edition of the Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica. Page fee for accepted manuscripts will be subsidised by at least 50% by NJF.

Abstracts of the oral presentations will be published on the NJF website and in the printed program of Congress.

Posters will be published on the NJF website and in the printed program of the Congress.


Payment options

Congress currency will be the euro! We only accept payments in euros. 

For the registration and for other services you can pay using a bank transfer or credit card.


Transportation to the airport and Reykjavik

The local taxi company, ÁR taxi phone number is +354 482 3111.


If you would like to organize group transportation from the airport to Hotel Selfoss, we suggest contacting the local bus company Guðmundur Tyrfingsson. They can offer transportation for the groups that contain 10-50 people. Ask for more information via e-mail or visit their webpage



Iceland's version of 911 is 112. You can call this number within Iceland to reach the police and fire departments, as well as rescue forces. The number is manned 24/7, 365 days a year. You can call the Iceland emergency number 112 from anywhere in the country on any telephone, whether it’s your mobile device or landline.


COVID-19 information

Visitors to Iceland need to follow any restrictions set by the Government of Iceland. The safety regulations will be updated on this website and will be sent to participants via e-mail before the conference. You can check the current restriction on this website:


Terms and Conditions

All participants need to agree with the Terms and Conditions upon registration. The information is available here