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Optimisation of Agricultural Management for Soil Carbon Sequestration

Project name : Optimisation of Agricultural Management for Soil Carbon Sequestration Using Deep Reinforcement Learning and Large-Scale Simulations
KTH project contact: Zahra Kalantari
Participating universities/companies/organisations: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, KTH Department of Sustainable Development and Stockholm University, Department of Physical Geography
 

About the project

Soil carbon sequestration in croplands has tremendous potential to help mitigate climate change; however, it is challenging to develop the optimal management practices for maximisation of the sequestered carbon as well as the crop yield. This project aims to develop an intelligent agricultural management system using deep reinforcement learning (RL) and large-scale soil and crop simulations. To achieve this, we propose to build a simulator to model and simulate the complex soil-water-plant-atmosphere interactions, which will run on high-performance computing platforms.

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