An all-women cohort of young researchers joins CDA’s REU program this year, and they share their experiences
Assistant Professor Katherine Rose Driggs-Campbell has received a 2023 Early Academic Career Award in Robotics and Automation from the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society for “contributions to the design
The Center for Digital Agriculture will lead an on-site Research Experience for Undergraduates program titled “Drivers for Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence Practices (MAPs).” CDA is a
The Center for Digital Agriculture at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign received a $975,000 grant from the National Institute of Food and Agriculture for Robotics Integrated High Tunnels (RobInHighTs)
Nine researchers at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign have been named to the 2022 Clarivate Analytics Highly Cited Researchers list. The list recognizes research scientists
Between rows of corn near Curtis Road and Race Street sprouts bright-green cereal rye, planted by an autonomous robot. Earlier this fall, University of Illinois
Illinois Autonomous Farm Chief Scientist, and EarthSense Co-founder, Girish Chowdhary received an invitation from NSF director Sethuraman Panchanathan to address a special audience that included
Agricultural production increasingly relies on digital tools and knowledge to address the challenges of climate change and provide resources for a growing world population. Practices
USDA’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) invested $5 million as part of AFRI’s Agriculture Economics and Rural Communities (AERC) Small and Medium-Sized Farms program.
Urbana, Ill. — The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced today that it is funding a new collaboration between two institutes and a research center
AIFARMS is hosting an AI Foundry for Agricultural Applications Summer School from July 11-16th. Participants in the AI Foundry for Agricultural Applications summer school will
Researchers from the Center for Digital Agriculture (CDA) at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) will be part of the newly-announced Center for Research on Programmable
Can machine learning, artificial intelligence and advanced computing help to make farming more efficient? The COALESCE (COntext Aware LEarning for Sustainable CybEr-agriculture systems) initiative, a $7 million
Center for Digital Agriculture faculty affiliate, Chief Scientist for the Illinois Autonomous Farm, and AIFARMS Thrust 1 lead, Dr. Girish Chowdhary has won the 2021
The Center for Digital Agriculture faculty affiliate Dr. Lisa Ainsworth was awarded the USDA’s Distinguished Senior Research Scientist of the year for 2021. Ainsworth, research
“The Center for Digital Agriculture is helping researchers, educators, farmers, and industry keep pace with enormous changes to the world’s food systems.” The Grainger College
The College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences at the University of Illinois has been gifted more than $195,000 in funding from the CHS Foundation, to provide high
Center for Digital Agriculture Faculty Affiliate Katie Driggs-Campbell was awarded a new USDA NIFA grant to increate levels of autonomy in agricultural robots. Read more
The University of Illinois will host two new artificial intelligence institutes funded by the National Science Foundation and the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute
UIUC Center for Digital Agriculture wins $20M award from National Artificial Intelligence Research Institutes program to accelerate AI research and agricultural innovation through new AIFARMS Institute.
The funded projects will span nearly every facet of digital agriculture, from crop sciences to deep learning.
The Center for Digital Agriculture was initiated one year ago with a $2 million investment from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Its official kick-off
There will be a Center for Digital Agriculture Industry Conference October 8, 2019 at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications building in Urbana, Illinois. This
The new center will combine campus’ areas of expertise in engineering and agriculture to cement Illinois’ position as an innovator in this emerging field of agricultural technology, and develop solutions to agricultural problems that use digital technology.
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