We received a $975,000 grant from the National Institute of Food and Agriculture for the RobInHighTs projects to create profitable food oases in urban ecosystems.
An all-women cohort of young researchers joins our 2023 REU program, gaining hands-on experience with digital ag research projects.
The U of I now offers the first online Master’s Degree in Engineering with a concentration in Digital Ag.
It is an interdisciplinary effort between CDA and the Depts. of Agricultural and Biological Engineering, Crop Sciences, and Computer Science.
Summer Interns Experience the Future of Agriculture
An all-women cohort of young researchers joins CDA’s REU program this year, and they share their experiences
AI Foundry for Ag Applications Short Course
This summer, the Center for Digital Agriculture, AIFARMS, and CROPPS co-hosted its 2nd annual AI Foundry for Ag Applications Short Course on June 12-17.
Driggs-Campbell receives Early Academic Career Award in Robotics and Automation
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.
We’re researching everything from the nature of the data itself—its collection, storage, transmission, and analysis—to how the data might be used to optimize areas from precision agriculture to food manufacturing to water use and treatment.