Leibniz Institute for Agricultural Engineering and Bioeconomy (ATB)
The Leibniz Institute for Agricultural Engineering and Bioeconomy as a nationally and internationally acting institute is researching at the interface of biological and technical systems.
Our research is aimed at sustainable intensification. We analyze, model and evaluate bio-economic production systems. We develop and integrate new technologies and management strategies for a knowledge-based, site-specific production of biomass, and its use for food, as biobased materials and fuels - from basic research to application.
Thus we are contributing to food security, animal welfare, the holistic use of biomass, and to protect the climate and environment. [more]
Research is organized within three programs reflecting the interdisciplinary nature and the systemic approach of our research:
July 19, 2019: The newly released video gives a quick glance on the results of the EU project ADVANCEFUEL's research about the barriers to the market uptake of advanced biofuels. ATB is partner and one of the seven renowned players in the transport...
July 3, 2019: Digital tools in agriculture were the focus of an intensive scientific exchange between German and Chinese experts beginning of July. The Sino-German Agricultural Centre (DCZ) had invited to the two-day conference at the ATB.
June 19, 2019: Within a week, ATB's doctoral researcher Nandita Keshri was awarded twice for her poster contributions on a new sensor for measuring respiration rate of fresh produce in storage.
18. Juni 2019: Trotz sengender Sonne waren zahlreiche Gäste der Einladung des ATB ins Open Fieldlab for Digital Agriculture gefolgt, um sich vor Ort am ATB-Forschungsstandort Marquardt über die laufenden Feldversuche zu informieren.
17. Juni 2019: Der unter Mitwirkung von ATB-Wissenschaftlerin PD Dr. Barbara Amon Prof. UZ erarbeitete Methodenreport war zur 49. IPCC-Plenarsitzung, die vom 8. bis 12. Mai 2019 in Kyoto stattfand, in Abstimmung zwischen AutorInnen und...