Projects

Journal special issues 

Remote sensing: Special Issue Estimation and Mapping of Soil Properties Based on Multi-Source Data Fusion

Sensors: Special Issue Precision Agriculture and Sensor Systems

Current projects

ADDFerti

A Data-Driven Platform for Site-Specific Fertigation. A project funded by the ICT-AGRI-FOOD. Project Coordinator: Prof. Abdul Mouazen; Duration: 36 month (2021-2024), Gent University, BE (€349 922 of the total project budget of €1128 917).

POSHMyCo

Potential of selective harvest based on mycotoxins content assessment in cereal crops. A project funded by the ICT-AGRI-FOOD. Project Coordinator: Prof. Abdul Mouazen; Duration: 2021-2024), Gent University, BE (€318 500 of the total project budget of €741 900).

PAPAYA

Application of vis-NIR spectroscopy technique for predicting maturity indices of pawpaw (Carica papaya L.) at harvest and postharvest. A PhD project funded by UGent Research Council under Special Research Fund (BOF). Project Coordinator: Prof. Abdul Mouazen; Duration: 4 years (2019-2023).

SOILDARITY

Stepping up and bringing out the scientific excellence and innovation capacity in soil research of the University of Lisbon. A collaborative project funded by EC under the Horizon2020 cal H2020-Widespread-2020-5 (Nr. 952051). Project coordinator: Prof. Cristina Cruz, and UGent PI: Prof. Abdul Mouazen; Duration: 36 months (2020-2023). (€242 875 of the total project budget of €899 976).

SIEUSOIL

A collaborative project funded by EC under the Horizon2020 call H2020-SFS-2018-2020 “Sino-EU Soil Observatory for intelligent Land Use Management”. Project general coordinator: Prof. Dimitrios Moshou, and scientific coordinator: Prof. Abdul Mouazen; Duration: 36 months (2019-2022). Project budget: €503 650 of the total project budget of €4 958 475.

SiTeMan

Towards Setting up a Centre of Site-specific Technology for Soil and Crop Management. Research Foundation of Flanders (FWO), 2017-2022, Ghent University (Total project budget: €3 500 000 - Project Coordinator: Abdul Mouazen).

Former projects

Agri-EPI Centre

Agriculture Engineering-Precision Innovation Centre. A joint project between Cranfield University, Harper Adams University and Scottish Rural University College. Funded by Innovate UK, 2015-2019, Cranfield University (Total project budget is €27 000 000 - Cranfield PI: Abdul Mouazen).

Tru-Nject

Proximal soil sensing based variable rate application of subsurface fertiliser injection in vegetable/ combinable crops. Funded by Technology strategy Board (TSB) and Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC), 2014-2017, Cranfield University (Total project budget of €1 753 000 - Cranfield PI: Abdul Mouazen).

FarmFUSE

Fusion of multi-source and multi-sensor information on soil and crop for optimised crop production system. Funded by DEFRA under ICT-AGRI, 2013-2016, Cranfield University (Total project budget of €691 562 - Project Coordinator: Abdul Mouazen).

FarmingTruth

Fusion of satellite and ground-based information on soil and crop for optimised crop production. Funded by European Space Agency, 2012-2013, Cranfield University (Total project budget of €600 000 – Project Coordinator: Abdul Mouazen).