FAIRagro is a community-driven initiative within the National Research Data Infrastructure (NFDI) and focuses on the agrosystem domain needed to develop sustainable crop production and agroecosystems.
FAIRagro survey – still until 21.01.2024
You are working with data in the agricultural domain? Then we would be happy to have you participating in our new survey on the quality of agrosystem research data!
- Successful FAIRagro Workshop: Data Quality for Data Analytics in Agrosystem ScienceA successful 2-day workshop in Bonn ended yesterday. The focus was on data quality for data analysis and FAIR data management in… Read more: Successful FAIRagro Workshop: Data Quality for Data Analytics in Agrosystem Science
- Elections to the Community Advisory BoardFAIRagro strives to involve the community in the further development towards a FAIR data future in agricultural systems research and to work… Read more: Elections to the Community Advisory Board
- “FAIRagro is intended to create an open infrastructure for data from agrosystems research.”Dr. Ulrike Stahl heads the Research Data Management working group at the Julius Kühn Institute (JKI), one of 29 scientific institutions participating… Read more: “FAIRagro is intended to create an open infrastructure for data from agrosystems research.”
- First physical meeting of TA3 in DarmstadtThe KTBL organized the first physical FAIRagro TA3 meeting in Darmstadt. Members of the six measures presented the status quo on the… Read more: First physical meeting of TA3 in Darmstadt
- FAIRagro retreat at IPK Gatersleben – a succesful experienceThe Infrastructure Services Task Area (TA4) invited to a retreat at the Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK) in… Read more: FAIRagro retreat at IPK Gatersleben – a succesful experience
- Register now! Next FAIRagro RDM Training on January 15 and 18, 2024!Please save the date of our next FAIRagro RDM training in cooperation with PhenoRob on the 15th and 18th of January 2024.… Read more: Register now! Next FAIRagro RDM Training on January 15 and 18, 2024!
We will establish an interoperable and scalable RDI by connecting available repositories to make research data FAIR. We will facilitate combined data analyses and establish a multilevel support system by setting up a Data Steward Service Center. We will provide guidelines and information material, and focus on knowledge transfer for agrosystem researchers. FAIRagro will address quality and legal security challenges beyond the FAIR principles.
Our aims will be accomplished by close collaboration with other NFDI consortia and the inter/national community. We will advance NFDI ambitions with expertise and approaches for legal data security challenges, stakeholder involvement and RDIs for highly interdisciplinary and multi-scale research in a field of high societal relevance.
FAIRagro will develop an interoperable and scalable research data infrastructure for agrosystems research.
FAIRagro comprises partners with excellent disciplinary expertise and with many years of experience in research data management.
Statements of data users and providers from the scientific community
- Dr. Gritta Schrader (JKI)I prepare and coordinate statutory plant health risk analyses at the Julius Kühn Institute for National and International Plant Health. An important topic of my research… Read more: Dr. Gritta Schrader (JKI)
- Prof. Dr. Jens Karl Wegener (JKI)The current challenges in agriculture can probably only be overcome with overall systemically oriented solutions. With Spot Farming, the JKI has developed a new crop production… Read more: Prof. Dr. Jens Karl Wegener (JKI)
- Dr. Sabine Seidel (Uni Bonn)I work at the University of Bonn as the head of a junior research group in the DFG Cluster of Excellence PhenoRob and am involved in… Read more: Dr. Sabine Seidel (Uni Bonn)
- Dr. Einar Eberhardt (BGR)FAIRagro is an exciting initiative that represents a tremendous opportunity for agrosystems research. Soils and their data are not only a window into agricultural use over… Read more: Dr. Einar Eberhardt (BGR)
- Prof. Dr. Ingrid Kögel-Knabner (TUM)Soil is an important production factor in agriculture and is under strong pressure. We have the ability to affect the various soil functions such as storage,… Read more: Prof. Dr. Ingrid Kögel-Knabner (TUM)
- Prof. Dr. Annette Prochnow (ATB)As the coordinating institution of the Leibniz Innovation Farm for Sustainable Bioeconomy which is being implemented as an interdisciplinary research infrastructure on a practical agricultural farm,… Read more: Prof. Dr. Annette Prochnow (ATB)