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Seminar Notice: Sensing systems for specialty crops for precision agriculture in Florida
Sensing systems for specialty crops for precision agriculture in Florida
Presenter: Dr. Wonsuk “Daniel” Lee
Professor, University of Florida
Thursday, August 06, 2015
11:00 am -12:00 noon
All Faculty, Staff and Students are Welcome
Wonsuk "Daniel" Lee is a Professor of the Agricultural and Biological Engineering at the University of Florida. Dr. Lee has vast experience in developing sensing systems for precision specialty crop production and farm automation. His current areas of research include detection of the citrus greening and black spot diseases, immature green citrus fruit detection, apple Marssonina blotch disease detection, insect detection in grains and autonomous weeding systems.
Dr. Lee will be visiting Dal Agricultural Campus from August 04 to 08, 2015. Dr. Lee will deliver a seminar on “Sensing systems for specialty crops for precision agriculture in Florida”. He will work with the Precision Agriculture Research Team led by Dr. Zaman to share ideas about precision agriculture technologies in USA.
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