Monday, September 20th, 2021

Prof. Dr. Miranda Meuwissen 
“Sustainability and resilience of Europe’s diverse farming systems”
Miranda Meuwissen

Prof. Dr. Miranda Meuwissen
Wageningen University & Research, the Netherlands
Miranda Meuwissen is professor of risk management in food supply chains at the Business Economics group of Wageningen University, the Netherlands. She is a senior scientist of Wageningen Graduate School of Social Sciences and organises the Summer School ‘Risk analysis and risk management in agriculture: updates on modelling and applications’. She coordinates the H2020 SURE-Farm project on resilience of EU farming systems.


Tuesday, September 21st, 2021

Prof. Dr. Douglas A. Landis 
“Designing Agricultural Landscapes for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services”
Douglas Landis

Prof. Dr. Douglas A. Landis
Michigan State University, USA
Douglas A. Landis is a University Distinguished Professor of Insect Ecology in the Department of Entomology at Michigan State University. His research focuses on the role of landscape structure in shaping insect and plant interactions in agricultural landscapes and the implications for pest suppression and pollination services. He is the author of 168 peer-reviewed journal articles, 25 book chapters and 58 Extension bulletins.


Conference program

The detailed program and sessions information can be seen here.
Time zone: Central European Summer Time (CEST)

Information about presenters and presentation titles can be viewed by clicking on the required session or by using this link to the list of sessions.

Program overview

(Central European Summer Time (CEST))

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Sessions highlight the state of the art in agricultural landscape research and promote critical exchange on pathways to more resilient and sustainable agriculture. Each session will last 90 minutes and include 3-6 presentations (decided by session organisers).

Masterclasses are interactive sessions to show, learn and discuss new tools, methods or emerging topics in hands-on intensity. Masterclasses are organised and chaired by 1-2 persons, they last 3 hours and host about 15-40 participants (prior registration). Masterclasses attract senior and junior researchers alike. They are an excellent way to spread and test scientific ideas and to reinforce scientific networking. Conference participants are asked to sign up to one of the parallel masterclasses when registering to the conference.

We will organise a special format to support the dissemination of science-based tools and products. Researchers have the opportunity to exhibit their projects, tools and products related to agricultural landscape management at the landscape virtual marketplace.

Post-conference workshops
The workshops are taking place on Thursday, September 23rd, 2021 from 08:30 to 17:00.