Welcome to the Chair of Digital Agriculture

by C. Luksch

 

The Chair of Digital Agriculture is engaged in simulation models of plant stands to improve plant system understanding and its control and optimization. Simulation models of crop stands are developed, tested and applied in the areas of:

  1. Climate Impact Research
  2. Yield prediction
  3. Sustainability
  4. Farm robotics
  5. Indoor Vertical Farming

Our research links Artificial Intelligence methods to topics in agriculture and spans many scales from field to global.

Using a systems science approach, topics are considered multidisciplinary, combining agronomy, plant physiology, biology, soil science, plant nutrition, geography, agrometeorology, climatology, hydrology, artificial intelligence, computer science, statistics, robotics, and physics.