Five-day DSSAT training program was coordinated by the Learning Systems Unit (LSU) of the Knowledge Sharing and Innovation (KSI) at ICRISAT HQ in Hyderabad, India. Thirty participants of various disciplinary background from partner institutions in India and Africa attended the training program, held from 23rd to 27th March, 2015.
The 1st DC DSSAT User Group Meeting was successfully held at IFPRI on December 4th, 2014. About 30 participants shared their DSSAT stories and research/applications where DSSAT plays a key role.
Dear DSSAT users in Washington, DC-area – On December 4th, come to the DC DSSAT User Group meeting and mingle with the core developers of DSSAT. Hear from the DSSAT insiders about what’s new and what’s coming. You will have chances to also share how you use DSSAT and what’s your wishlist items.
The largest crop modeling training workshop of the year – the 2014 DSSAT Training Workshop was successfully held at the University of Georgia’s Griffin Campus during the week of May 19th. Total of 57 participants, representing 22 countries, attended the 6-day workshop to learn from the science and background of various components of the cropping systems modeling to […]
Organized by AGRODEP, IFPRI, and DSSAT Foundation, a DSSAT Training Workshop was held in Dakar, Senegal, in April 2014. Thirteen AGRODEP members from seven countries were trained to learn the background and science of crop system modeling, preparing the model input data and understanding model outputs, and the operation of DSSAT v4.6 and its applications.
DSSAT Workshop in Thailand has been successfully held at the Chiang Mai University. Total of 19 participants representing 11 countries attended the workshop. The international participants were fully sponsored by the Thailand International Development Cooperation Agency (TICA).
With partial support of DFID/UKaid, ICRISAT/CCAFS, and CIMMYT/CSISA, AgMIP conducted a Multiple Cropmodel Training Workshop in India in March 2013 to train 48 participants to utilize multiple crop models and AgMIP software tools to conduct Regional Integrated Assessments of crop production and food security.
A two-day workshop on the “Simulation Modeling: A Decision Support System for Agro-technology Transfer for Improving the Standards of Research” was held at the Bahauddin Zakariya University in Multan, Pakistan, on 3-4 March 2013 – organized by Department of Agronomy Faculty of Agricultural Sciences and Technology, sponsored by the Higher Education Commission (HEC) in Islamabad, Pakistan.