Community Leaders

Brenda Ortiz
Auburn University
Vice Leader: 
Laila A. Puntel
University of Nebraska

Community Members

Muhammad Adil
Henan University, China
Wubengeda Admasu Admasu
Kansas State University
Vincent Aduramigba-Modupe
Institute of Agricultural Research and Training
Bhagwan Vithalrao Asewar
VNMKV, Parbhani, Maharashtra, India
Haben Asgedom
Amlan Balabantaray
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Siva Kumar Balasundram
Universiti Putra Malaysia
Bere Benjamin Bantchina
Bursa Uludağ University
Yin Bao
University of Delaware
Kallol Barai
University of Maine
Leonardo Bastos
University of Georgia
David Behr
Karl Behrendt
Harper Adams University
Abdel-Aziz Belal
National Authority for Remote Sensing and Space Sciences (NA
Aicha Biaou
Asim Biswas
University of Guelph
Betty Bonnardel
Farmer Charlie
Skye Brugler
South Dakota State University
Athyna Cambouris
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Davide Cammarano
Aarhus University
Priscila Belen Cano
Qiang Cao
Nanjing Agricultural University
Jose Cesario Pinto
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Karel Charvat
Xiaokai Chen
Sourajit Dey
Kansas State University
Latifa Dhaouadi
Centre Régional de Recherches en Agriculture Oasienne
Rajveer Dhillon
Central State University
Gheorghe Donca
University of Oradea
Aashvi Dua
Kansas State University
Pablo Roberto Duarte
Auburn University, AL.
Alex Escolà
Universitat de Lleida
Byron Evers
Kansas State University
Nicodeme Fassinou Hotegni
University of Abomey Calavi
Richard B Ferguson
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Marcel Fodjo Kamdem
University of Minnesota
Kwame Agyei Frimpong
University of Cape Coast
John P Fulton
The Ohio State University
Bishnu Ghimire
Texas Tech University
Wenxuan Guo
Texas Tech University and Texas A&M AgriLife Research
Jose Antonio Guzman Alvarez
Hannu E S Haapala
University of Helsinki
Richie Hackett
Mirza Hasanuzzaman
Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University
Masooma Hassan
Macquarie University
Jose A Hernandez
Ittai Herrmann
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Steve Hoffman
InDepth Agronomy
Marcel Ionescu
Md Nafiul Islam
University of Tennessee
Sulemana Issaka
Precision Agro. Research Services
Fuseini Issaka
CSIR-College of Science and Technology
Amrinder Jakhar
phd student
Bilal Javed
University Laval | Agriculture and agrifood, Canada
Gaurav Jha
Kansas State University
Richard M Johnson
USDA/ARS, Sugarcane Research Unit
Jean-Martial Johnson
University of Bonn
Raghav Joshi
Kansas State University
Deepak Joshi
Kansas State University
Raj Khosla
Kansas State University
Masakazu Kodaira
Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
Prasanna R Kolar
Southwest Research Institute
Peter Kovacs
South Dakota State University
Andrew Krmenec
Lorena Lacerda
University of Georgia
Ziyang Liu
Nanjing Agricultural University
Louis Longchamps
Cornell University
Joe D Luck
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Bijesh Maharjan
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Dipankar Mandal
Kansas State University
Manuel Marcaida
Department of Animal Science, Cornell University
Bruce D Maxwell
Montana StateUniversity
Amstrong Vushue Mbibifli
The College of Technology, University of Bamenda, Cameroon.
Ricardo Medina
Ink Topografia
Wyatt Medina
Montana State University
Yuxin Miao
College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences, University of Minnesota
Somali National University
Jose Paulo Molin
University of Sao Paulo
Josué Monge Palma
Instituto Nacional de Aprendizaje
EIJI Morimoto
Kobe University
Carlos Mosquera
Association for Farmers Rights Defense, AFRD
Penelope Nagel
Persistence Data Mining, Inc
Renzo Pimenta Negrini
University of Minnesota
Anh Nguyen
Auburn University
Scott Thomas Nieman
AgGateway, Land O'Lakes, Truterra
Héctor Nieto Solana
Chikeobi Nnah
Pedro Olivares
Luan Oliveira
University of Georgia
Daniela Orjuela Diaz
UW Madison
Pablo Paccioretti
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Sindhu Palla
Kansas State University
Shiv Nadar Institution of Eminence (deemed to be University)
Harsh Pathak
Purdue University
Steve Phillips
Oklahoma State University
Laila Puntel
Syngenta IT & Digital; University of Nebraska
Bayu Taruna Widjaja Putra
Center of Excellence on AI for Industrial Agriculture
Gustavo Roa Acosta
Kansas State University
Tom Roth
Center for Precision Agriculture,
Stanislaw Marek M Samborski
Warsaw University of Life Sciences
Alberto San Bautista
Polytechnic University of Valencia (Spain)
Álvaro Sánchez Virosta
University of Castilla-La Mancha, Regional Development Insti
Elia Scudiero
University of California, Riverside
Sunoj Shajahan
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Mazhar Sher
Amrit Shrestha
Mississippi State University
Shiveshwar Pratap Singh
Dr Rajendra Prasad Central Agricultural University, India
Rafael Telles Tenório de siqueira
NSG agriculture and livestock
Wilson José Oliveira de Souza
São Paulo State University
Subha Srinivasagan
Cornell University
Zaundra Stoltzfus
Kenneth A. Sudduth
Akwasi Tagoe
University of Arkansas
Justin Ajinga Tanyi
Union Farms of Africa (UFA)
Alex D Thomas
The Ohio State University
Laura Thompson
University of Nebraska
Mershon Tobin
Nicolas Tremblay
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Rodrigo Trevisan
Justin Vetch
Montana State University
Sreeja Vinod
Simerjeet Virk
Auburn University
Shiying Wang
Greencare-HZAU Institute of Precision Agriculture
Jim Wilson
Soilessentials Ltd
Jennifer Woodward-Greene
Kang Yu
Technical University of Munich
Jonathan Zettler
Fieldwalker Agronomy Limited
Ruirui Zhang
National Res Center for Information Tech. in Ag
Jianfeng Zhou
University of Missouri
Congliang Zhou
University of Florida

Nitrogen Management Community - Special Issue

The Precision Nitrogen Management Community is organizing a Special Issue in Remote Sensing journal on “Remote Sensing for Precision Nitrogen Management”, the details can be found at:  http://www.mdpi.com/journal/remotesensing/special_issues/Precision_N

Precision Nitrogen Management Community

Community Name: Precision Nitrogen Management
Justification: Nitrogen is the most widely used macro nutrient in the world. Agriculture is a major source of N2O emissions in the biosphere. Precision nitrogen management (PNM) is an important area of advanced nutrient management as well as precision agriculture for solving problems in food and environmental security for sustainable agricultural and social development. PNM is a research area that involves management zone delineation, proximal and remote sensing, crop growth modeling, spatial statistics, variable rate technology, agronomy, soil science, meteorology, plant nutrition and greenhouse gas emission mitigation, etc.
Therefore, it requires multi-disciplinary scientists and engineers to collaborate, exchange and share progresses in developing PNM strategies and testing them under on-farm conditions in different parts of the world to support global food and environmental security and sustainable development.
Interests/Scope: This community will focus on developing, evaluating and educating multi-dimensional PNM strategies for different scales of farming systems.
Proposed Activities:
  1. Hold an Annual Community Meeting (either at the ICPA, a virtual meeting, or otherwise as arranged by the community leaders);
  2. Conduct an election of the Community Leadership at the Community Meeting in alternate years.
  3. Maintain a webpage with current information on the ISPA site.
  4. Organize a minimum of one oral session, tour, workshop, or event at each ICPA or other appropriate venue every two years.
  5. Organize writing of a review paper on advances in PNM, and other papers based on original research from around the world to further the science and understanding of PNM.