Joint Lab Künstliche Intelligenz & Data Science

Kooperation des Leibniz-Instituts für Agrartechnik und Bioökonomie Potsdam und der Universität Osnabrück

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Joint Lab for Artificial Intelligence and Data Science

The University of Osnabrück and the Leibniz Institute for Agricultural Engineering and Bioeconomy (ATB) in Potsdam are now jointly training doctoral students at the interface of agricultural science and artificial intelligence. The cooperation is supported by the Lower Saxony Ministry of Science and Culture (MWK) funded through the zukunft.niedersachsen program of the Volkswagen Foundation with around 6.7 million euros. The associated partners are Agrotech Valley Forum, German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) and Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences. The core objective of the Joint Lab KI & DS is to develop artificial intelligence (AI) and data science (DS) expertise, especially for agricultural technology issues.

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See you at the Joint Lab KI & DS poster session!

The theme of this year's GIL conference is: “Promoting biodiversity through digital agriculture: What contribution do AI & co. make?”, and the research of the Joint Lab KI & DS fits in perfectly.
We are very much looking forward to presenting our projects there: on Wednesday, February 28th from 8:30 a.m. to 11:40 a.m. you will find us in the beautiful Katharina Hall of the co-host, the University of Hohenheim. At the Joint Lab KI & DS poster session you will get to know our doctoral students and find out about their research projects and even about open positions. Stay tuned!

Sustainable agricultural science through AI: Joint Lab KI & DS officially starts

The opening event of the Joint Lab Künstliche Intelligenz & Data Science recently took place in Osnabrück. At the official start, representatives of the ATB, the participating universities, the DFKI Laboratory Lower Saxony, the Lower Saxony Ministry of Science and Culture (MWK), and invited guests gathered at the Coppenrath Innovation Centre for a program of specialist lectures.

On the second day there was intensive work in working groups. For many of the doctoral students, it was the first time that they were able to meet many of the people involved from the two locations in person.