University of Lincoln announce UKRI AI Centre for Doctoral Training funded!

The University of Lincoln is delighted to announce that their UKRI AI Centre for Doctoral Training ‘Sustainable Understandable agri-food Systems Transformed by Artificial INtelligence (SUSTAIN)’ has been funded (£10.6m).

The CDT will train 60 PhD students who will become the next generation of AI scientists to develop new approaches for sustainable agriculture.

The University of Lincoln team (Simon Parsons, Elizabeth Sklar and Kate Smith) is joined by world-leading expert project co-leads from University of Strathclyde, Queen’s University Belfast, and University of Aberdeen such as Georgios L., Christos Tachtatzis, Ilias Kyriazakis, Pete Smith, Louise Manning, Craig Michie, and Chris Creevey.

AgriFoRwArdS are really looking forward to working with SUSTAIN in the future!