This webinar on soil technologies will take place on December 1, 2020, 2:00 PM-3:15 PMET. The Unearth the Possibilities webinar will present on planned research in areas like precision agriculture, in situ and remote sensing technology, waste and water management, resource exploration, and more. It will review the planned research and membership structure of the Center for Soil Dynamics Technology, a proposed NSF Industry-University Collaborative Research Center project.
It will include the principal Investigators from four participating universities (University of Southern California, University of Connecticut, Iowa State University and University of Washington).
We will also talk about the key benefits to industry members in joining this Center. Though the proposed center focuses on soil sensing technology, the possibilities of remote sensing technology research convey benefits to a broad range of industries extending far beyond agriculture and into areas such a IoT, Defense, Resource Exploration, Aerospace and more. This is an informational webinar with an opportunity for Q&A with the speakers at the end. Participation is encouraged.
Who Should Attend
Industry members in fields like Data & Networks, Remote Sensing, Aerospace, IoT, Precision Agriculture, Climate Change Adaptation, Security & Defense Logistics, Habitat Construction, Waste & Water Management, Natural Resource Extraction, Chemical Sensing, Construction & Transportation
- Discussion of Center research priorities
- Benefits of membership
- Research expertise
- Terry Grant, Director, Corporate Relations, University of Washington
- Mahta Moghaddam, Co-Director of the USC Center for Sustainability Solutions, University of Southern California
- Payman Arabshahi, Assoc. Professor & Industry Liaison & Principal Research Scientist at Applied Physics Laboratory, UW Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
- Jonathan Claussen, Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Iowa State University
- Carmen Gomes, Assoc. Professor, Mechanical Engineering Dept. & Assoc. Dir. of Virtual Reality Applications Centers, Iowa State University
- Baikun Li, Professor, Environmental Engineering, University of Connecticut
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