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:
10. Okt. 2017: Das Bundesministerium für Verkehr und digitale Infrastruktur hatte am 19. September Experten der Agrarbranche zum „Dialogforum 5G – Perspektiven für die Landwirtschaft“ nach Berlin eingeladen. Ziel war es, die Erwartungen an den neuen...
Oct 9, 2017: With a kick-off meeting at ATB, partners of the project Corona-PRO started their joint research efforts in developing a spatially adaptive method for the application of plant protection agents in commercial fruit-growing orchards.
2. Okt. 2017: SmaArt - eine vom ATB mitentwickelte Technologie zur baumspezifischen Blütenausdünnung im Obstbau wird im November zur Agritechnica 2017 in Hannover mit einer Silbermedaille ausgezeichnet.
Sept. 21, 2017: The coordinator of the project group OptiNutrient, Thomas Amon, had invited project members for a two-day creative workshop at the ATB to further develop the concept of an innovative circular bioecomomy on basis of agricultural...
Sept. 20, 2017: 'Dairy cattle in the wind tunnel' from the video series of Bioökonomie.de deals with the current research of Prof. Dr. Thomas Amon and his team of scientists concerning barn climate of natural ventilated animal housings.