The International Conference on Digital Technologies for Sustainable Crop Production (DIGICROP) will take place on November 1-10, 2020.

DIGICROP 2020 is a scientific event addressing an international and interdisciplinary audience working at the intersection of engineering, robotics, computer science, crop sciences, agricultural sciences, phenotyping, and economics. It brings together researchers across disciplines that develop, propose, use, or evaluate new digital technologies with the goal of making central contributions to sustainability in the context of crop production, crop breeding, biodiversity, or our ecosystems.

DIGICROP 2020 will offer a mix of keynote presentations, invited video talks, and submitted video talks. The aim of the conference is to stimulate scientific discussions among the participants. The conference took take place online, consisting of pre-recorded video talks and live Q&A sessions. All video talks are available. A live Q&A sessions for the talks took place via Zoom on November 10 with 920 registered participants. The whole event was free of charge for all participants and presenters. The conference was organized by Cyrill Stachniss, Heiner Kuhlmann, and Nora Berning from the University of Bonn.

Our Keynote Speakers
Michelle Watt,
University of Melbourne
Frank Ewert,
Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research
Thomas Heckelei,
University of Bonn
Salah Sukkarieh,
University of Sydney
Achim Walter,
ETH Zurich
Ulrich Schurr,
Forschungszentrum J├╝lich