Exploring collaborations for H2020 proposals in AgriGIS

16 Sep 2014

Please find attached the overview slides from AgriGIS workshop 2014 (on 3rd Sep, 2014) at OSGIS 2014 http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/osgis/home.aspx that was led by Dr Didier Leibocivi
The AgriGIS workshop focussed on GRASP initiative at the University of Nottingham with the GRASP-GFS project, "Geospatial Resources for Agricultural Species and Pests with integrated workflow modelling to support Global Food Security:a prototype",funded by BBSRC presenting current achievements in relation to open source, open standard and open data in crop modelling and other related issues. Details at http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/ngi/research/geospatial-science/projects/gra...
We are now looking for ideas to bring in other interested collaborators in AgriGIS research and development and plan H2020 proposals and strategies for expanding this research for the future. These are the two calls we think fits very well for this theme ( if there are any others please let me know).
H2020-EINFRA-2015-1
http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/opportunitie...
H2020-SFS-2015-2
http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/opportunitie...
I will be attending part of Agriculture IG meeting (as i have to be at another WG meeting also happening at the same time!) at RDA4,, so if you need any other information please feel free to contact me.
If any of you are interested in collaborating on H2020 proposals in this theme, please let myself (***@***.*** ) or Didier (email- ***@***.***) know asap. Thanks.
Best wishes,
Suchith
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