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2016 CGIAR-CSI & Partners Meeting                                    

SPURRING INNOVATION IN GEOSPATIAL CONTRIBUTIONS TO AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT

This two-and-a-half day meeting provides a venue and showcase for the CGIAR-CSI and partners not only to share recent progress in geospatial technologies, methods, tools and learning, but also for this community to articulate a common vision of and commitment to its greater role in expanding the quantity and quality of public-good geospatial research products and services. Read the meeting report to learn more... 

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Tuesday, September 6
 

9:00am

Welcome, Expectations, Context
Welcome to Seattle! In this introduction session, our host will present the motivation of this convening and share the envisioned geospatial contributions to agricultural development, followed by shared perspectives from CGIAR and geospatial partners.

Moderators
avatar for Medha Devare

Medha Devare

Senior Research Fellow & Module Lead, IFPRI/Big Data Platform
Medha is a cropping systems agronomist with familiarity working in the US and developing countries. She managed the Cereal Systems Initiative for South Asia (CSISA) in Nepal working from the Kathmandu office of the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT), and currently... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Rolf de By

Rolf de By

assoc. professor, ITC, University of Twente
Small pixels and smallholder farmers
avatar for Kai Sonder

Kai Sonder

Head GIS Unit, CIMMYT
SW

Stanley Wood

Strategy Senior Program Officer, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Stanley Wood is a Senior Program Officer at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Prior to that he was a Senior Research Fellow at the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) in Washington, DC, where he worked on or led a variety of intiatives, including impact assessment... Read More →


Tuesday September 6, 2016 9:00am - 9:30am
Whidbey Camano (Plenary)

9:30am

How Satellite Imagery and Machine Learning are Changing the World
Steven is a co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer of the Descartes Labs, developing automated crop yield forecasts with remote sensing imagery. He will share a private sector perspective around geospatial data products and services that modern deep-learning technologies can deliver to farmers and their service providers - as well as the challenges and opportunities in doing that for smallholder farmers in Africa and Asia.

Moderators
SW

Stanley Wood

Strategy Senior Program Officer, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Stanley Wood is a Senior Program Officer at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Prior to that he was a Senior Research Fellow at the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) in Washington, DC, where he worked on or led a variety of intiatives, including impact assessment... Read More →

Speakers
SB

Steven Brumby

Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer, Descartes Labs
Steven is Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer of Descartes Labs. Prior to Descartes, Steven was a Senior Research Scientist at Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) Information Sciences Group, and led LANL’s deep learning computer vision projects for satellite imagery, aerial... Read More →


Tuesday September 6, 2016 9:30am - 10:15am
Whidbey Camano (Plenary)

10:15am

Coffee Break
Tuesday September 6, 2016 10:15am - 10:45am
Whidbey Camano (Plenary)

10:45am

CGIAR-CSI Updates I (AfricaRice, IRRI, CIMMYT, IITA, ICARDA, ICRISAT)

Participants from the CGIAR’s international centers and cross-center programs will present their key research efforts and lessons around geospatial dimensions of smallholder agricultural development, as well as the data, tools, products and services their work is generating or contributing to. Presentations will follow the Ignite format with strict timings (5 slides, 7 minutes presentation + 3 minutes Q&A).


Moderators
avatar for Rolf de By

Rolf de By

assoc. professor, ITC, University of Twente
Small pixels and smallholder farmers

Speakers
avatar for Tunrayo Alabi

Tunrayo Alabi

GIS SUPPORT SERVICES MANAGER, IITA
Application of GIS and Remote Sensing to Agricultural research and productivity in Africa. . Main applications are centred on GIS crop related analysis on maize, cassava, cowpea, yams, banana/plantain and soybean as well as socioeconomic, value chains and impact analysis of these... Read More →
avatar for Chandrashekhar Biradar

Chandrashekhar Biradar

Head Geoinformatics Unit, ICARDA
Chandra is a principal agro-ecosystems scientist and head of the Geoinformatics unit at ICARDA, working on geospatial science, technology and application (GeSTA) in agro-ecosystems research, development and outreach. Chandra leads the theme digital agriculture and spatial data analytics... Read More →
avatar for Murali Gumma

Murali Gumma

Head - RS/GIS Lab, ICRISAT
Murali Gumma leads the RS-GIS unit, and conducts research in spatial aspects of agricultural research providing spatial dimension to almost all the components of agriculture. Prior to this he was a Remote Sensing Specialist and Post-doctoral fellow at IRRI. Before that he was a project... Read More →
NI

Narseen Islam Khan

Senior Scientist, Head of GIS Laboratory, IRRI
avatar for Kai Sonder

Kai Sonder

Head GIS Unit, CIMMYT
avatar for Sander Zwart

Sander Zwart

Senior researcher, AfricaRice



Tuesday September 6, 2016 10:45am - 12:15pm
Whidbey Camano (Plenary)

12:15pm

Lunch Break
Tuesday September 6, 2016 12:15pm - 1:00pm
Whidbey Camano (Plenary)

1:00pm

CGIAR-CSI Updates 2 (CIAT, IFPRI, ILRI, Bioversity, WorldFish, IWMI)

Participants from the CGIAR’s international centers and cross-center programs will present their key research efforts and lessons around geospatial dimensions of smallholder agricultural development, as well as the data, tools, products and services their work is generating or contributing to. Presentations will follow the Ignite format with strict timings (5 slides, 7 minutes presentation + 3 minutes Q&A).


Moderators
GH

Gerrit Hoogenboom

Professor, University of Florida

Speakers
KM

Kiran Mathramkot Chandrasekharan

GIS/RS Specialist, IWMI
avatar for Hannes Gaisberger

Hannes Gaisberger

GIS Specialist, Bioversity International
avatar for Zhe Guo

Zhe Guo

Senior GIS Coordinator, IFPRI
Zhe Guo is a senior Geographic Information System (GIS) coordinator with the Environment and Production Technology Division of the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI). His interests include spatial modeling, spatial statistics, data mining, and remote sensing and... Read More →
avatar for Catherine Pfeifer

Catherine Pfeifer

Spatial Analyst, ILRI
Location is the smallest common denominator across different disciplines. Let's use this to develop truly interdisciplinary approaches to find innovative solutions to produce healthy foods for all. In particular, livestock is an opportunity to bring more protein and micro nutrient... Read More →
avatar for Shwu Jiau Teoh

Shwu Jiau Teoh

GIS Manager, WorldFish
Shwu Jiau is a GIS Manager at WorldFish, working on spatial planning in aquaculture suitability site assessment, zoning and area management, mapping and analyses environment and ecosystems to optimize the aquaculture productivity. Shwu Jiau provides capacity building to national partners... Read More →



Tuesday September 6, 2016 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Whidbey Camano (Plenary)

2:30pm

Coffee Break
Tuesday September 6, 2016 2:30pm - 3:00pm
Whidbey Camano (Plenary)

3:00pm

Emerging/Priority Topics 1

In this session, three important issues will be discussed in a panel-discussion format. All selected issues will have relevance to both the CGIAR and the broader geospatial community. Discussion leaders will provide background and invite discussants with knowledge and experience to challenge the community.

1. UAV Technologies and Applications (Kai)
Sharing examples, experience and most promising opportunities - as well as growing concerns and regulatory challenges.

2. Crowdsourcing Spatially-Explicit Data (Rhiannan)
Beyond OpenStreetMap (which we hear is at a crossroads), what's new, what's working (or not), and what inspiring ways crowdsourcing enables to collect quality geospatial data?

3. Machine-learning/Artificial Intelligence (Robin)
Use of AI in geospatial analyses is not necessarily new, but it's coming back with huge momentum. We will hear what’s already possible, followed by some group discussion around the current/potential use of AI applications in agricultural development area and how the geospatial community can support realizing its great potential.

Moderators
avatar for Robert Hijmans

Robert Hijmans

Professor, University of California, Davis

Speakers
avatar for Chandrashekhar Biradar

Chandrashekhar Biradar

Head Geoinformatics Unit, ICARDA
Chandra is a principal agro-ecosystems scientist and head of the Geoinformatics unit at ICARDA, working on geospatial science, technology and application (GeSTA) in agro-ecosystems research, development and outreach. Chandra leads the theme digital agriculture and spatial data analytics... Read More →
avatar for Jordan Chamberlin

Jordan Chamberlin

Spatial Economist, CIMMYT
avatar for Robin Lougee

Robin Lougee

Research Industry Lead, Consumer Products & Ag, IBM Research
avatar for Rhiannan Price

Rhiannan Price

Senior Manager, Seeing a Better World Program, DigitalGlobe
avatar for Kai Sonder

Kai Sonder

Head GIS Unit, CIMMYT



Tuesday September 6, 2016 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Whidbey Camano (Plenary)

5:00pm

Cocktail Reception
Tuesday September 6, 2016 5:00pm - 6:30pm
Whidbey Camano (Plenary)
 
Wednesday, September 7
 

9:00am

Emerging/Priority Topics 2

In this session, two important issues will be discussed in a panel-discussion format. All selected issues will have relevance to both the CGIAR and the broader geospatial community. Discussion leaders will provide background and invite discussants with knowledge and experience to challenge the community.

1. Agricultural Investment Mapping (Bhramar)
Updates from several agricultural investment and research mapping initiatives - their status, challenges, and roadmap - and elicit feedback from the geospatial community on how best we can source the data in a standard, sustainable way.

2. Governance/Ethics of Open Geospatial Data (Rodrigo)
Discuss the consequences and ethics of open data with regard to potentially sensitive information (e.g. personal information of vulnerable populations).

Moderators
avatar for Andy Nelson

Andy Nelson

Prof., UTwente
The where, when and how much of crops. Crop health. Accessibility.

Speakers
avatar for Melanie Bacou

Melanie Bacou

Snr. Program Manager, Spatial Data and Analytics, IFPRI
avatar for Medha Devare

Medha Devare

Senior Research Fellow & Module Lead, IFPRI/Big Data Platform
Medha is a cropping systems agronomist with familiarity working in the US and developing countries. She managed the Cereal Systems Initiative for South Asia (CSISA) in Nepal working from the Kathmandu office of the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT), and currently... Read More →
RS

Rodrigo Sara

Legal & Technology Transfer Consultant, IFPRI
I provide legal support for open access initiatives in Ag Science research for development orientated organisations.



Wednesday September 7, 2016 9:00am - 10:15am
Whidbey Camano (Plenary)

10:15am

Coffee Break
Wednesday September 7, 2016 10:15am - 10:45am
Whidbey Camano (Plenary)

10:45am

Geospatial Data Platforms: How Open? How Big? How Linked?
Recent advances in geospatial/georeferenced data collection methods coupled with the drive toward more open data standards have expanded access to new, more up-to-date and more granular datasets. This creates unprecedented opportunities for new approaches to advance our understanding of ag sector dynamics and improve development outcomes, e.g., through near-real time monitoring of the sector performance and overall food security. Despite this potential, however, many technical capacity, coordination and implementation challenges remain.

In the CGIAR, for example, a new cross-cutting initiative; a Big Data and ICT Coordination Platform, is being proposed to facilitate the implementation of open access/open data and help innovate around improved data and advanced analytics and visualization. Proponents of the platform will present its vision and planned outcomes and impacts.

Various other initiatives on Open Geospatial Data (e.g., Geospatial Farming Systems Research Consortium) will be also introduced and their specific relevance to smallholder agricultural development will be discussed. As an outcome, we anticipate to better articulate the role of the geospatial community within and beyond the CGIAR in accelerating agricultural development, food security, and poverty alleviation. These dialogues can provide the foundation for action roadmaps.

Moderators
avatar for Robert Todd Slind

Robert Todd Slind

Principal, SpatialDev

Speakers
avatar for Medha Devare

Medha Devare

Senior Research Fellow & Module Lead, IFPRI/Big Data Platform
Medha is a cropping systems agronomist with familiarity working in the US and developing countries. She managed the Cereal Systems Initiative for South Asia (CSISA) in Nepal working from the Kathmandu office of the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT), and currently... Read More →
avatar for Robert Hijmans

Robert Hijmans

Professor, University of California, Davis
avatar for Andy Jarvis

Andy Jarvis

Climate Smart Agriculture Flagship Leader, CGIAR
Dr. Andy Jarvis is the Director of the Decision and Policy Analysis Area in the International Centre for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT) and is a Flagship Leader on the CGIAR Research Program for Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) https://ccafs.cgiar.org, based in Cali... Read More →
SW

Stanley Wood

Strategy Senior Program Officer, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Stanley Wood is a Senior Program Officer at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Prior to that he was a Senior Research Fellow at the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) in Washington, DC, where he worked on or led a variety of intiatives, including impact assessment... Read More →



Wednesday September 7, 2016 10:45am - 12:15pm
Whidbey Camano (Plenary)

12:15pm

Lunch Break
Wednesday September 7, 2016 12:15pm - 1:00pm
Whidbey Camano (Plenary)

1:00pm

Monitoring and Mapping Agriculture and Rural Welfare; Better, Faster, Cheaper
There is no shortage of goals and indicators that the development community, individual donors, and government agencies take upon themselves to track. However, most are still ill-equipped to generate such indicators at the desired level of frequency, accuracy, and granularity.

For different types of indicators, panelists in this session will discuss how innovations in geospatial technologies and methods can reduce conventional agricultural data challenges, generate better baselines, and monitor progress. Specific types of indicators to discuss in this session will include, for example: crop productivity, animal production, rural livelihoods, socioeconomic dynamics, land tenure, hazards, conflicts and instability, gender, and nutrition, as well as land cover and land use change.

Additionally, this session will also explore how these new approaches complement (or compete with) conventional statistical approaches. For example, micro-satellites or other high-frequency repeat platforms with appropriate area sampling frames might provide more robust and cost-effective means of generating crop production related statistics.

Moderators
avatar for Sander Zwart

Sander Zwart

Senior researcher, AfricaRice

Speakers
avatar for Rolf de By

Rolf de By

assoc. professor, ITC, University of Twente
Small pixels and smallholder farmers
avatar for Jordan Chamberlin

Jordan Chamberlin

Spatial Economist, CIMMYT
avatar for Glenn Hyman

Glenn Hyman

Senior Staff, CIAT
geographic dimensions of tropical agriculture, land use and environment interaction, natural resources management (NRM)
avatar for Andy Nelson

Andy Nelson

Prof., UTwente
The where, when and how much of crops. Crop health. Accessibility.
avatar for Rhiannan Price

Rhiannan Price

Senior Manager, Seeing a Better World Program, DigitalGlobe



Wednesday September 7, 2016 1:00pm - 2:45pm
Whidbey Camano (Plenary)

2:45pm

Group Photo + Coffee Break
Wednesday September 7, 2016 2:45pm - 3:15pm
Whidbey Camano (Plenary)

3:15pm

Precision Agriculture for Tropical Smallholder Farming Systems? Last-mile, Location-specific and Time-sensitive Products and Services
Transition to Precision Agriculture in richer, temperate nations, is typically associated with sophisticated machinery/equipment on large, commercially-oriented farms and well-developed infrastructure. But what might the concept of precision agriculture look like in the context of smallholder agriculture in Africa? What applications and use-cases already exist? What’s in the pipeline? What are we learning?

Building on participant inspiration from 1.5-day of dialogue at this meeting this session seeks to articulate elements of a collective vision of “Precision Agriculture in Africa” from the perspective of both farmers (e.g., better timing/types of field operations) as well as service providers in public and private sectors (e.g., inputs, extension, insurance, financial services).

Within this broader context CGIAR participants will explore potential contributions and partnerships that best leverage the CGIAR geospatial community’s comparative advantage, and help articulate their potential contribution to a broader Action Roadmap of Precision Agriculture in Africa.

Moderators
Speakers
avatar for Chandrashekhar Biradar

Chandrashekhar Biradar

Head Geoinformatics Unit, ICARDA
Chandra is a principal agro-ecosystems scientist and head of the Geoinformatics unit at ICARDA, working on geospatial science, technology and application (GeSTA) in agro-ecosystems research, development and outreach. Chandra leads the theme digital agriculture and spatial data analytics... Read More →
avatar for Jordan Chamberlin

Jordan Chamberlin

Spatial Economist, CIMMYT
GH

Gerrit Hoogenboom

Professor, University of Florida
avatar for Rhiannan Price

Rhiannan Price

Senior Manager, Seeing a Better World Program, DigitalGlobe
avatar for Pierre C. Sibiry Traore

Pierre C. Sibiry Traore

Director, R&D - Digital Agriculture, MANOBI



Wednesday September 7, 2016 3:15pm - 5:00pm
Whidbey Camano (Plenary)

5:00pm

Field Trip / Dinner
Wednesday September 7, 2016 5:00pm - 7:00pm
TBA
 
Thursday, September 8
 

9:00am

Partner Showcase/Matchmaking 1 (SpatialDev, Microsoft)

During the morning session of the final day, meeting participants will have a chance to meet directly with external partners to see the demonstration of their solutions/services, get trained in new products and tools. This session will also provide opportunities for further exploration of specific partnership or collaboration opportunities amongst convening participants.


Moderators
avatar for Tunrayo Alabi

Tunrayo Alabi

GIS SUPPORT SERVICES MANAGER, IITA
Application of GIS and Remote Sensing to Agricultural research and productivity in Africa. . Main applications are centred on GIS crop related analysis on maize, cassava, cowpea, yams, banana/plantain and soybean as well as socioeconomic, value chains and impact analysis of these... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Robert Todd Slind

Robert Todd Slind

Principal, SpatialDev


Thursday September 8, 2016 9:00am - 10:30am
Vashon Island

9:00am

Partner Showcase/Matchmaking 2 (Digital Globe, World Bank)

During the morning session of the final day, meeting participants will have a chance to meet directly with external partners to see the demonstration of their solutions/services, get trained in new products and tools. This session will also provide opportunities for further exploration of specific partnership or collaboration opportunities amongst convening participants.


Moderators
avatar for Zhe Guo

Zhe Guo

Senior GIS Coordinator, IFPRI
Zhe Guo is a senior Geographic Information System (GIS) coordinator with the Environment and Production Technology Division of the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI). His interests include spatial modeling, spatial statistics, data mining, and remote sensing and... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Rhiannan Price

Rhiannan Price

Senior Manager, Seeing a Better World Program, DigitalGlobe


Thursday September 8, 2016 9:00am - 10:30am
Maury Island

9:00am

Partner Showcase/Matchmaking 3 (Tableau, Esri, IBM Research)

During the morning session of the final day, meeting participants will have a chance to meet directly with external partners to see the demonstration of their solutions/services, get trained in new products and tools. This session will also provide opportunities for further exploration of specific partnership or collaboration opportunities amongst convening participants.


Moderators
avatar for Murali Gumma

Murali Gumma

Head - RS/GIS Lab, ICRISAT
Murali Gumma leads the RS-GIS unit, and conducts research in spatial aspects of agricultural research providing spatial dimension to almost all the components of agriculture. Prior to this he was a Remote Sensing Specialist and Post-doctoral fellow at IRRI. Before that he was a project... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Robin Lougee

Robin Lougee

Research Industry Lead, Consumer Products & Ag, IBM Research


Thursday September 8, 2016 9:00am - 10:30am
Whidbey Camano (Plenary)

10:30am

Coffee Break
Thursday September 8, 2016 10:30am - 11:00am
Whidbey Camano (Plenary)

11:00am

Wrap-up Session

In this final session, we will summarize and reflect on the overall dialogues and findings from the 2.5-day program and invite announcements of any initiatives, action roadmaps, or specific follow-up plans, particularly as they relate to the evolution of geospatial dimensions of the CGIAR Open Access/Open Data/Big Data Platform proposal, and specific plans with respect to BMGF focus geographies where geospatial activities of convening participants might be better coordinated and leveraged.


Thursday September 8, 2016 11:00am - 12:30pm
Whidbey Camano (Plenary)

12:30pm

Lunch Break
Thursday September 8, 2016 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Whidbey Camano (Plenary)

2:00pm

CGIAR-CSI Business Meeting
  • CSI Membership
  • Meeting declaration, summary
  • Update on the CSI Coordination
  • Coordination into future, and in context of big data platform proposal
  • OA/OD issues for spatial data (w/ medha)
  • Shared services, ArcGIS
  • Next meeting, linkage to big data convention
  • Communication with DGs

Speakers
avatar for Tunrayo Alabi

Tunrayo Alabi

GIS SUPPORT SERVICES MANAGER, IITA
Application of GIS and Remote Sensing to Agricultural research and productivity in Africa. . Main applications are centred on GIS crop related analysis on maize, cassava, cowpea, yams, banana/plantain and soybean as well as socioeconomic, value chains and impact analysis of these... Read More →
avatar for Chandrashekhar Biradar

Chandrashekhar Biradar

Head Geoinformatics Unit, ICARDA
Chandra is a principal agro-ecosystems scientist and head of the Geoinformatics unit at ICARDA, working on geospatial science, technology and application (GeSTA) in agro-ecosystems research, development and outreach. Chandra leads the theme digital agriculture and spatial data analytics... Read More →
avatar for Jordan Chamberlin

Jordan Chamberlin

Spatial Economist, CIMMYT
avatar for Medha Devare

Medha Devare

Senior Research Fellow & Module Lead, IFPRI/Big Data Platform
Medha is a cropping systems agronomist with familiarity working in the US and developing countries. She managed the Cereal Systems Initiative for South Asia (CSISA) in Nepal working from the Kathmandu office of the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT), and currently... Read More →
avatar for Hannes Gaisberger

Hannes Gaisberger

GIS Specialist, Bioversity International
avatar for Murali Gumma

Murali Gumma

Head - RS/GIS Lab, ICRISAT
Murali Gumma leads the RS-GIS unit, and conducts research in spatial aspects of agricultural research providing spatial dimension to almost all the components of agriculture. Prior to this he was a Remote Sensing Specialist and Post-doctoral fellow at IRRI. Before that he was a project... Read More →
avatar for Zhe Guo

Zhe Guo

Senior GIS Coordinator, IFPRI
Zhe Guo is a senior Geographic Information System (GIS) coordinator with the Environment and Production Technology Division of the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI). His interests include spatial modeling, spatial statistics, data mining, and remote sensing and... Read More →
avatar for Glenn Hyman

Glenn Hyman

Senior Staff, CIAT
geographic dimensions of tropical agriculture, land use and environment interaction, natural resources management (NRM)
avatar for Andy Jarvis

Andy Jarvis

Climate Smart Agriculture Flagship Leader, CGIAR
Dr. Andy Jarvis is the Director of the Decision and Policy Analysis Area in the International Centre for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT) and is a Flagship Leader on the CGIAR Research Program for Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) https://ccafs.cgiar.org, based in Cali... Read More →
NI

Narseen Islam Khan

Senior Scientist, Head of GIS Laboratory, IRRI
avatar for Jawoo Koo

Jawoo Koo

Senior Research Fellow, IFPRI
Jawoo is a Senior Research Fellow at the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) and a co-pioneer of the CGIAR Platform for Big Data in Agriculture. At IFPRI he leads Spatial Data and Analytics Theme. Jawoo also serves as the Global Coordinator of the CGIAR Consortium... Read More →
avatar for Catherine Pfeifer

Catherine Pfeifer

Spatial Analyst, ILRI
Location is the smallest common denominator across different disciplines. Let's use this to develop truly interdisciplinary approaches to find innovative solutions to produce healthy foods for all. In particular, livestock is an opportunity to bring more protein and micro nutrient... Read More →
SS

Salman Siddiqui

Mr, International Water Management Institute (IWMI)
avatar for Kai Sonder

Kai Sonder

Head GIS Unit, CIMMYT
avatar for Shwu Jiau Teoh

Shwu Jiau Teoh

GIS Manager, WorldFish
Shwu Jiau is a GIS Manager at WorldFish, working on spatial planning in aquaculture suitability site assessment, zoning and area management, mapping and analyses environment and ecosystems to optimize the aquaculture productivity. Shwu Jiau provides capacity building to national partners... Read More →
avatar for Pierre C. Sibiry Traore

Pierre C. Sibiry Traore

Director, R&D - Digital Agriculture, MANOBI
avatar for Sander Zwart

Sander Zwart

Senior researcher, AfricaRice


Thursday September 8, 2016 2:00pm - 5:00pm
Vashon Island