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Discover the English version of the last issue of the series ‘Les dossiers d’Agropolis International’ : ‘Complex systems - From biology to landscapes’, n° 23 (80 pages, February 2019)

This issue of ‘Les dossiers d’Agropolis International’ thus showcases the scientific actors conducting research activities related to complex systems throughout the Occitanie region—for the first time. The scientific community includes 44 research teams (research units, service units, hosting and project teams, and observatories). Several federative research bodies oversee the scientific activities of the teams: an institute, six laboratories of excellence (LabEx), an equipment of excellence project (EquipEx) and a Convergence Institute. Finally, several French national and European research infrastructures and data and computation centres essential for managing complex systems are also based in Occitanie.

This Dossier will provide readers with an overview of these regional scientific stakeholders through specific examples of activities they develop in relation to complex systems in three main thematic areas: Data collection and management; Understanding and analysing complex systems; and Different applications of the complex systems approach.

Scientific coordination : Nicolas Arnaud (CNRS), Bertrand Jouve (CNRS), Jean-Pierre Müller (CIRAD)

The Dossiers d’Agropolis International collection is a flagship vehicle for presenting and promoting the expertise of Agropolis International members on major scientific issues. Each Dossier is devoted to a specific theme. The research units and training courses concerned are showcased, alongside the research and associated results. Contributions of civil society, the economic sphere and local authorities in the target areas are also highlighted.

Next issues (to be published in 2019) : ‘One Health: scientific skills in Occitanie for a Global approach’ ; ‘Marine sciences and coastline’.

Published on : 14-02-2019


Registration on line for the international conference of the projet ARIMNet2 'ARIMNet2 ends, but our heritage serves the future', 18-19 June 2019, Montpellier, France


This conference will bring together the researchers funded under the joint calls launched by ARIMNet/ARIMNet2 in 2011, 2015, 2016 and 2017, as well as the funding agencies and research and development organisations involved the these two ERA-NETs. It will be the opportunity to share projects’ results, and to stimulate, through two creative workshops and a round table, a reflection on the future of Mediterranean agricultural Research & Innovation.

This event (in English) is public and free but registration is required by 31 May 2019: https://enquetes.inra.fr/index.php/381221?lang=en%20

Published on : 14-03-2019


Registration and call for abstract until 15 March 2019 for tne symposium HARLAN III 2019/« Third Jack R. Harlan International Symposium Dedicated to the Origins of Agriculture and the Domestication, Evolution, and Utilization of Genetic Resources”, from 3 to 7 June in Montpellier, France


Symposium organized by several members of Agropolis International (CIRAD, INRA, IRD, Montpellier SupAgro, University of Montpellier).

Published on : 12-03-2019


Save the date - The Second International Crop Modelling Symposium (iCROPM2020) will be held February 3-5, 2020 in Montpellier, France


Four years after the 1st International Crop Modelling Symposium in Berlin (iCROPM2016), crop modelers from around the world will meet at the iCROPM2020 Symposium in Montpellier, France to exchange on advances in crop modelling and identify challenges and new opportunities for future research.

iCROPM2020 will focus on recent improvements and applications of crop simulation models to better support agricultural production and food security under global change. All types of crops and cropping systems (arable, grasslands, intercrops) and world regions will be considered, including high and low inputs systems, with relevance for large agricultural enterprises to smallholder farmers.

Published on : 14-02-2019


Save the date: MISS-ABMS 2019/Multi-platform International Summer School on Agent-Based Modelling & Simulation for Renewable Resources Management, 16-27/09/2019, Agropolis International, Montpellier


This summer school is about learning the different skills required for building agent-based models for renewable resources management. It is oriented towards a participatory use of models and simulation and participants will be asked to work in small groups.

During this two-week course, working in small groups and with participatory approaches, participants learn the basic skills necessary to develop their own models.

Hosted by Agropolis International, this training, which takes place every year in Montpellier, is co-organized by CIRAD and IRSTEA, with the contribution of other French universities and research organizations.

Published on : 14-01-2019


Agropolis International wishes you a happy New Year!


Agropolis International vous présente ses meilleurs vœux pour l’année 2019 publié par Agropolis International sur Vimeo.

Published on : 09-01-2019


Call for papers : Extended deadline until before January 15, 2019 for the 170th EAAE Seminar - May 15-17, 21 :'Governance of food chains and consumption dynamics:what are the impacts on food security and sustainability?', Montpellier, France


The seminar is organized by the joint research unit Moisa (Marchés, Organisations, Institutions et Stratégies d’Acteurs) which gathers lecturers and researchers from CIRAD, IAM.M, INRA and Montpellier SupAgro. 150 participants are expected.

Published on : 02-01-2019


Call for abstracts (posters) until the 1st May, 2019 for the 12th European Conference on Precision Agriculture, 8-11 July, 2019, Montpellier, France


Taking advantage of the location of Montpellier on the Mediterranean coast, this 2019 edition will be an opportunity to focus on precision farming applied to small Mediterranean farms. Of course, oral and poster presentations will be welcomed from authors on any precision agriculture topic, though particularly welcome on the list of topics shown in the Programme section. Closing dates for early bird registrations will be the 15th March, 2019. Organized by MontpellierSupAgro, IRSTEA, DigitAg, Chaire AgroTIC.

Program topics
o Precision Agriculture
o Precision Horticulture
o Precision Viticulture
o Precision Crop Protection
o Proximal and Remote Sensing of Soil and Crop o Applications of Unmanned Aerial Systems o Satellite-based applications for Precision Agriculture o Smart Weather for Precision Agriculture o Differential harvest o Embedded sensing systems o Site-Specific Nutrient, Lime and Seed Management o Site-Specific canopy, harvest quality, etc.
o Precision pasture Management
o Drainage Optimization and Variable Rate Irrigation o Geostatistics, mapping and spatial data analysis o Wireless Sensor Networks, Internet of Things o Robotics, Guidance and Automation o Economics of Precision Agriculture o Adoption of Precision Agriculture o Small farms/Small Holders and Precision Agriculture o Education in Precision Agriculture o On Farm Experimentation with Site-Specific Technologies o Software and mobile Apps for Precision Agriculture o Decision Support for Precision Agriculture o Data Mining for Precision Agriculture.

Published on : 20-12-2018


 

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