Big Data in Strategies for Precision Farming
20 March 2019
Higher School of Economics
lecture at the Higher School of Economics
About the lecture
Lecture will take place during the HSE seminar "Mathematical methods for analysing decisions in economics, business and politics".

Lecture will be in English without translation

A smart analysis of big precision data is essential to come to strategic decisions since farmers strategies are based on complex holistic approached over multiple years with different crops.

Corné Kocks
Corné Kocks is a lecturer of Smart and Precision Farming at the Aeres University of Applied Sciences and closely cooperates with Wageningen University. His research is focused on precision farming and he is also very active in corporate sectors. Kocks has practical and academic experience in the areas of agriculture, farming and fodder crops. He graduated from the University of Applied Sciences Van Hall Larenstein, which was known as the Rijks Hogere Landbouwschool at the time. Afterwards he studied plant pathology and crop science at Wageningen University. He is an expert on spatially dependent statistics, which informs the subjects of his lectures. In addition to his role as lecturer, Kocks is also the team leader of the Practice Oriented Research team and is responsible for running the Centre of Expertise Open Cultivation.
Wednesday, 20 March 2019, 16:30
Shabolovka str., 26, bld. 5, room 5306

Higher School of Economics
The lecture is organised in cooperation with the Higher School of Economics
Tilda Publishing