Cultivating a Discussion on Digital Agriculture with emphasis on Controlled Environment Agriculture

Lettuce growing under LED lights in a greenhouseModerated by: John March, Professor, Chair, Biological and Environmental Engineering and Neil Mattson, Assoc. Professor, SIPS, Horticulture

Tuesday, June 19, 5:30 - 8:00 p.m.

Please register with J. Tim Vanini '91, Ph.D. at by Monday, June 18.

Join Cornell alumni, non-alumni and industry leaders for a conversation on the latest trends in digital agriculture, and its role in improving the efficiencies and sustainability of the worldwide food system in an ever-growing population. Be inspired by a conversation with growers, engineers, urban planners, and financial experts from the Northeast area to discuss opportunities across food, energy, water and environmental systems.

Learn about Cornell’s new Digital Agriculture Initiative, a multidisciplinary initiative that is leveraging departments across CALS, Computing and Information Science, College of Engineering, College of Veterinary Medicine and the S.C. Johnson College of Business to support research and entrepreneurship in this emerging field. 

  • Share your Controlled Environment Agriculture interests, experiences and learn how you can get involved with our Digital Agriculture community. 
  • Provide your feedback on how Cornell can support future innovations.