Session B2: Advances in Agricultural Modelling

Chairs: Ioannis Athanasiadis


Monday July 11th
Time Title Authors Room Moderator(s)
8:30-8:50 A better way of building plant models Dean Holzworth, Hamish Brown and Neil Huth B 122/123 Ioannis Athanasiadis
8:50-9:10 Advances in the Spatially Distributed AgES-W Model: Parallel Computation, Java Connection Framework (JCF) Integration, and Streamflow/Nitrogen Dynamics Assessment Jim Ascough, Nathan Lighthart, Holm Kipka, Timothy Green, Gregory McMaster and Olaf David B 122/123
9:10-9:30 webXTREME: a simple web tool for calculating agroclimatic indicators of extreme events Tommy Klein, Argyrios Samourkasidis, Pierluigi Calanca, Ioannis N. Athanasiadis and Gianni Bellocchi B 122/123
9:30-9:50 Agent-based Modelling: What Matters is Action Francois Guerrin, Zoubida Afoutni and Remy Courdier B 122/123
9:50-10:10 Advances in probabilistic and parallel agent-based simulation: Modelling climate change adaptation in agriculture Christian Troost and Thomas Berger B 122/123
10:30-10:50 Assimilation of SAR and optical data into an agro-meteorological model for monitoring yield of corn Maël Ameline, Rémy Fieuzal, Julie Betbeder, Jean-François Berthoumieu and Frédéric Baup B 122/124 Val Snow
10:50-11:10 The Pasture Simulation model – evaluation of plant acclimatory effects on grassland systems in France Serge Zaka, Renáta Sándor, Raphaël Martin, Gaëtan Louarn, Katja Klumpp, David Borras and Gianni Bellocchi B 122/123
11:10-11:30 Integrated assessment of novel two-season production systems in Mato Grosso, Brazil Marcelo Carauta Montenegro Medeiros de Moraes, Affonso Amaral Dalla Libera, Anna Hampf, Evgeny Latynskiy, José Maria Ferreira Jardim Silveira and Thomas Berger B 122/123
11:30-11:50 Simulating regional-scale soil nitrous oxide emissions in Scotland Vasileios Myrgiotis, Robert Rees, Cairistiona Topp and Mathew Williams B 122/123
11:50-12:10 Comparison the performance of different modelling solutions in agricultural systems in Ukraine Oleksii Kryvobok and Oleksandr Krivoshein B 122/123
14:30-14:50 Designing mixed fruit-vegetable cropping systems by integer quadratic programming Sara Maqrot, Simon De Givry, Gauthier Quesnel and Marc Tchamitchian B 122/123 Dean Holzworth
14:50-15:10 Implementing urine patches in a dynamic processbased Val Snow, Rogerio Cichota, Nick Hutchings and Jonas Vejlin B 122/123
15:10-15:30 PEPIC – understanding the impacts of different PET methods on simulating global crop-water relations of maize Wenfeng Liu and Hong Yang B 122/123
15:30-15:50 Modeling winter wheat phenological responses to water deficits in the Unified Plant Growth Model (UPGM) component of the spatially distributed AgroEcoSystem-Watershed (AgES-W) model Gregory McMaster, Debora Edmunds, Nathan Lighthart, James Ascough Ii, Timothy Green, Robert Erskine and Holm Kipka B 122/123
16:30-16:50 Modeling the dynamic of PAH added with composts in agricultural soils: from laboratory calibration to field evaluation Khaled Brimo, Stéphanie Ouvrard, Sabine Houot, François Lafolie and Patricia Garnier B 122/123 Dean Holzworth, Val Snow
16:50-17:10 Residual Soil Nitrogen Scenario Analysis of Canadian Farmland using a Canadian Agricultural Nitrogen Budget (CANB v4.0) Model Jingyi Yang and Craig Drury B 122/123
17:10-17:30 Modelling potential nitrogen losses in oil palm plantations with IN-Palm, an agri-environmental indicator Lénaïc Pardon, Christian Bockstaller, Raphaël Marichal, Ribka Sionita, Paul Nelson, Benoît Gabrielle, Jean-Paul Laclau, Jean-Pierre Caliman and Cécile Bessou B 122/123
17:30-17:50 Assessing Crop Portfolios: Diversification versus Monoculture for Biodiesel Francesca Recanati and Giorgio Guariso B 122/123
17:50-18:10 Balancing between performance and flexibility in the object oriented model framework SIMPLACE Andreas Enders, Matthias Langensiepen, Holger Hoffmann, Heidi Webber, Frank Ewert and Thomas Gaiser B 122/123
Tuesday July 12th
Time Title Authors Room Chair(s)
8:30-10:100 Co scheduled with the 2016 Agricultural Modelling Hackathon Various B 206 Val Snow