The rise of digital technology (ICT, big data, IA, etc.) is transforming construction, mediation and knowledge-sharing processes between stakeholders for the co-design of innovation in agriculture and is also modifying the organisation of advisory and support services. The situation of southern countries reveals specificities related to the types of innovation, particularly with frugal innovations. However, at both the production level and value chain level, digital agriculture is not free of tensions.
The position involves understanding how digital technology can contribute to the agroecological transition through the construction of new knowledge and the facilitation of learning.
Deadline: 31 May 2018 | More info and application via Cirad web site.