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Workshop: Data Science at the Intersection of AgrIculture with its Affiliated Disciplines

April 22, 2022

8:30 am - 5:00 pm

Texas A&M University, Rudder Tower 701, and online

Workshop Program

The workshop program is now available.

Online participation

Registered participants have been sent zoom information by email. Non-registered TAMU participants may join via zoom only. Link to zoom information (requires browser logged into TAMU Google a/c, available 4/22/2022).

REGISTRATION TO ParticipaTE (NOW CLOSED)

The workshop is open to all Texas A&M faculty, researchers, staff and students. All participants (in person or online) must register through this Google Form (requires browser logged into TAMU Google a/c). A sandwich lunch will be provided for in person participants, and in person registrants can indicate their dietary preference on the form. The zoom link to join the will be distributed to participants in advance of the workshop.

SCOPE and Goals

The advent of instrumentation that provides increasingly detailed data on the operations and constituents of the agriculture and food system has opened up new opportunities for Data Science to improve decision making for the systems and people that bring food from farm to fork, encompassing production, infrastructure, and consumers.  The workshop aims to promote data-driven collaboration amongst Texas A&M researchers working in agriculture and related fields, including health and nutrition, business, economics, supply chain management, the environment, education, behavioral sciences, statistics, computer science, and engineering.

Workshop Format

This informal workshop will comprise:

  • Three invited keynote talks and short submitted talks arranged in thematic sessions with plenty of time for discussion.
  • A panel discussion featuring recent graduates working in areas relevant to the scope of the workshop.

The workshop will be held in hybrid mode allowing both in person and remote participation.

Keynote Speakers

  • Kathy Baylis, Department of Geography, University of California, Santa Barbara
  • Venkatesh Shankar, Mays Business School
  • Patrick Stover, Director, Texas A&M AgriLife Institute for Advancing Health through Agriculture

Workshop Committee

Organization and Sponsorship

This workshop is sponsored by the Texas A&M University Department of Agricultural Economics, and by the Texas A&M Institute of Data Science under its Workshop Grants Program.

Contact Information

Enquiries should be directed to Yvette Yu Zhang, Department of Agricultural Economics