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Ms. Dharani S-modelling

Ms. Dharani S Programmer Team 100% Main Areas of Research System modelling, GIS, Data Science. d.suresh@cgiar.org dharani_suresh@ymail.com

Mr. William Nelson-modelling

Mr. William Nelson Research Scholar Team 100% Main Area of Research intercropping and resource use efficiency, crop modeling (APSIM) University Goettingen University, Germany Nationality: British william.nelson@agr.uni-goettingen.de

Mr. Amir Hajjarpoor-modelling

Mr. Amir Hajjarpoor Intern Team 100% Main Areas of Research Crop Simulation and Modeling -Simulation of Climate Change Impact on Crop production – Estimating of Potential Yield and Yield Gap of crop University Gorgan University of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources Nationality Iranian amiragro65@gmail.com

Mr. Seyyedmajid Alimagham-modelling

Mr. Seyyedmajid Alimagham Intern Team 50% 50% Main Areas of Research Modelling (chickpea, leaf expansion) University Gorgan University of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources Nationality Iranian m.alimagham@gmail.com

Ms. Madina Diancoumba-modelling

Ms. Madina Diancoumba Research Scholar Team 80% 20% Main Areas of Research Combining screening methods and system modeling to identify climate smart sorghum packages for West Africa in the phase of dwindling water resources. University Universite des Sciences, des Techniques et des Technologies de Bamako, Country Mali Nationality Malian m.diancoumba@cgiar.org

Simulation Modelling

Simulation Modelling Once reasonable depth of understanding the physiological traits is attained, ultimately, the tool for value/risk assessment of such new technology within target agro-eco-systems is necessary. Reproducing the physiological traits in silico using modelling tools enables probabilistic foresight on mechanistic of physiological traits within the framework of target agricultural production systems and so allows … Continue reading Simulation Modelling

Ms. Madina Diancoumba-phynotyping

Ms. Madina Diancoumba Research Scholar Team 80% 20% Main Areas of Research Combining screening methods and system modeling to identify climate smart sorghum packages for West Africa in the phase of dwindling water resources. University Universite des Sciences, des Techniques et des Technologies de Bamako, Country Mali Nationality Malian m.diancoumba@cgiar.org

Dr.Vincent Vadez-Phenotyping

Dr.Vincent Vadez Principal Scientist – Crop Physiology Laboratory Theme Leader System Analysis for Climate Smart Agriculture Team 40% 40% 20% v.vadez@cgiar.org 040-30713463

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