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Marjoleine Hanegraaf

Marjoleine Hanegraaf

Sr. Researcher and project manager for the Nutrient Management Institute (NMI)
Research interests include: (1) soil biodiversity, (2) carbon and nitrogen dynamics, (3) ecosystem services

Contact: marjoleine.hanegraaf@nmi-agro.nl

Address: Nutriënt Management Instituut; P.O. BOX 250; 6709 PD Wageningen; Netherlands

Raphaël Charles

Head of a research team at Agroscope, Institute of Plant Production Sciences

Research interests include: (1) Plant Nutrition and Cropping Systems, (2) Mycopathology in Fruit and Field Crops, (3) Innovative Field-Crop Systems (Tillage, Crop Rotation and Cover-Cropping), (4) Efficient Field Crop Nutrition, (5) Central Evaluation of Agri-Environmental Indicators.

Contact:raphael.charles@agroscope.admin.ch

Address: Route de Duillier 50; CP 1012; 1260 Nyon; Switzerland

Raphaël Charles
Helena Gomez Macpherson

Helena Gomez Macpherson

Spain National Research Council, Head of the Agronomy Department (IAS-CSIC).

Research interests include: (1) soil and water conservation, (2) sustainable intensification in cereal-based systems, with emphasis on developing countries

Contact:hgomez@cica.es

Address: IAS; Avenida Menéndez Pidal s/n; Campus Alameda del Obispo; 14004 Córdoba; Spain

Chris Koopmans

Louis Bolk Institute, Head of Science and Business development

Research interest include: (1) sustainable agriculture and soil management, (2) agro biodiversity and (3) climate.

Contact:c.koopmans@louisbolk.nl

Address: Louis Bolk Instituut; Hoofdstraat 24; 3972 LA Driebergen; The Netherlands

Chris Koopmans
Henrik Hauggaard-Nielsen

Henrik Hauggaard-Nielsen

Professor at the Roskilde University, Department of Environmental, Social and Spatial Change

Research interest include: (1) bioenergy technologies, (2) feedstock available, (3) energy technology residual management strategies for nutrient conservation and carbon sequestration to safeguard long term soil fertility.

Contact: hnie@ruc.dk

Address: Universitetsvej 1; Building: 09.2 DK-4000 Roskilde; Denmark

Luciano Mateos

Research Scientist at the Institute for Sustainable Agriculture, Spanish National Research Council (CSIC)

Research interests include: (1) soil and water conservation, (2) irrigation hydrology and engineering

Contact:luciano.mateos@ias.csic.es

Address: IAS-CSIC; Avenida Menéndez Pidal s/n; Campus Alameda del Obispo; 14004 Córdoba; Spain

Luciano Mateos
Johannes Albertsson

Johannes Albertsson

Agricultural scientist, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU).

Research interests include: (1) interaction between weeds and willow, (2) efficiency of chemical and non-chemical weed control methods

Contact: johannes.albertsson@slu.se

Address: Växtförädling; Box 101; 230 53 Alnarp; Sweden

Georg Carlsson

Position: Researcher in cropping systems ecology at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU).
Research interests include: (1) diversification and multifunctionality of arable crops and cropping systems, (2) the increased use of legumes for sustainable food systems.

Contact:georg.carlsson@slu.se

Address: SLU, Dep. Biosystems and technology; P.O. Box 103; SE-230 53 Alnarp; Sweden

Georg Carlsson
Moritz Reckling

Moritz Reckling

Junior researcher at the Leibniz-Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research, Institute of Land Use Systems.
Research interest include: (1) agronomic, economic and environmental assessment of legumes in cropping systems (using modelling, statistics and participatory tools), (2) design of novel cropping systems using on-farm and on-station experiments, (3) development of tools and manuals to support decision making.

Contact:moritz.reckling@zalf.de

Address: Leibniz-Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research, Institute of Land Use Systems, Eberswalder Str. 84, 15374 Muencheberg, Germany

Ralf Bloch

Junior researcher at the Leibniz-Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research, Institute of Land Use Systems.

Field of work in Climate Café: Task 1.4: Testing innovative cropping system prototypes. 

Research interests include: (1) Organic agriculture and climate change (Vulnerability assessments) (2) Design of cropping systems adapted to climate change, (3) Participatory research using action research methods and on-farm research. 

Contact: bloch@zalf.de

Address: Leibniz-Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research, Institute of Land Use Systems, Eberswalder Str. 84, 15374 Muencheberg, Germany

Ralf Bloch