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Agriforwards CDT

‘Agriforwards’ is the world's first EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Agri-Food Robotics.

Agriforwards CDT has been established by the University of Lincoln in collaboration with the University of Cambridge and University of East Anglia.

Agriforwards CDT provides a unique blend of technical expertise, outstanding research environment and, most important, integral industry collaboration in Agri-food Robotics.

Through excellence in education, the ‘Agriforwards CDT – Cambridge’ aims to empower its students with the knowledge and abilities that will allow them to shape their future and become independently minded thinkers and innovators.

This web-site informs about the activities conducted by the Agriforwards CDT-Cambridge

For general information about Agriforwards CDT please go to Agriforwards CDT -- Lincoln.



Read more at: Agriforwards CDT Science Seminars

Agriforwards CDT Science Seminars

Our next talk: Prof Alan Winfield Talk title: Towards Responsible Agricultural Robotics Friday 16 April 2021, 15:00-16:00 Web-site: ttp://talks.cam.ac.uk/talk/index/158266 To subscribe please email: agriforwards-cdt@eng.cam.ac.uk



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Latest News

Read more at: Agriforwards CDT Newsletter, Issue 4

Agriforwards CDT Newsletter, Issue 4

12 April 2021

We are very pleased to announce the fourth issue of the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Agri-Food Robotics: AgriFoRwArdS Newslette If you have any comments, information or news you wish to share with the AgriFoRwArdS community, please do get in touch – We’d love to hear from you!

Read more at: Agriforwards CDT Newsletter, Issue 3

Agriforwards CDT Newsletter, Issue 3

12 January 2021

We would like to announce the third issue of the Agriforwards CDT Newsletter. Please read it here .

Read more at: Cambridge engineers unveil Digital Twin to support the ‘future of farming'

Cambridge engineers unveil Digital Twin to support the ‘future of farming'

16 February 2021

Hydroponic farming challenges traditional methods in favour of soil-less, water-based farming processes. To ensure the ongoing operational success of farms such as these, Cambridge engineers have developed a virtual forecasting model to provide bespoke feedback to farmers. READ MORE Image courtesy of Growing Undergound

Read more at: Celebrating Women in Agriforwards CDT

Celebrating Women in Agriforwards CDT

11 March 2021

This week Agriforwards CDT would like to highlite the women who are contributing to the Agriforwards CDT Please read the articles on our Main Web-site which is being maintained by the University of Lincoln.

Read more at: Professor Tom Duckett to retire and Professor Marc Hanheide to succeed him as the Director of the Agriforwards CDT project

Professor Tom Duckett to retire and Professor Marc Hanheide to succeed him as the Director of the Agriforwards CDT project

16 February 2021

Tom Duckett is a Professor of Robotics and Autonomous Systems at the University of Lincoln, UK, where he leads the Lincoln Centre for Autonomous Systems and is the Director of the Agriforwards CDT project will be retiring from his position on the 1st of March 2021. He will be succeeded by Professor Marc Hanheide as a new...