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RIS Inspire - Deep Tech in Regenerative Agriculture

To explore the synergy between sustainable farming practices and cutting-edge technologies.

Course information

Level

Advanced

Applications

Currently closed for applications

Dates

27/11/2023 until the 15/12/2023

Where

Online

Course soon available

About : Regenerative farming practices

This course will empower you to become a knowledgeable and skilled practitioner in regenerative agriculture and deep tech applications, equipping you with the competencies needed to thrive in a rapidly evolving agricultural landscape.

Learning objectives aim to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of the principles, practices, and technologies associated with regenerative agriculture and deep tech applications, equipping them with the knowledge and skills needed to contribute to sustainable and resilient farming practices.

Advantages :

The course is designed to accommodate participants with varying levels of expertise, from beginners to those with prior experience in agriculture and technology. Its interdisciplinary approach ensures that participants from diverse backgrounds can engage with the content and benefit from the program’s holistic perspective on regenerative agriculture and deep tech integration.

Career Opportunities : This programme is for you!

A diverse range of roles within the agricultural and technology sectors, each contributing to the advancement of regenerative agriculture and the integration of deep tech solutions for a more sustainable and resilient food system.

What you'll learn : Acquire a deep understanding of Deep Tech

Entrepeneurship

Appraise and articulate the value of opportunities.

Identify and use relevant resources to support the creation of social and environmental value.

Implement effective actions to support the creation of sustainability impacts.

Problem solving

Appraise and articulate the value of opportunities.

Identify and use relevant resources to support the creation of social and environmental value.

Implement effective actions to support the creation of sustainability impacts.

Critical thinking

Collect, analyse, interpret and report information to develop sustainable solutions to current and future challenges.

Appraise unintended consequences of any course of action to devise ethical goals.

Leadership

Implement a food system innovation project in a particular work or study context.

Demonstrate ownership of project goals.

Communication

Identify relevant stakeholders and their prominent concerns.

Recognise the importance of inclusive dialogue in food systems transformation.

Implement basic communication methods.

Technology management

Develop strategies to mobilise and manage technologies in innovation processes.

Develop and lead the implementation of new technologies.

Develop strategies to mitigate key unintended consequences of the use of emerging technologies.

Devise adequate IPR management strategies.

Data management

Develop strategies for data acquisition, analysis and manipulation.

Develop and lead the implementation of robust data security measures.

Develop strategies to mitigate key unintended consequences of the use of information technologies.

Food systems

Develop strategies for data acquisition, analysis and manipulation.

Develop and lead the implementation of robust data security measures.

Develop strategies to mitigate key unintended consequences of the use of information technologies.

Structure & Modules : 3 weeks course

The RIS Inspire – Deep Tech and Regenerative Agriculture course is designed to provide you with a comprehensive understanding of regenerative farming practices and the integration of advanced technologies to enhance sustainability, productivity, and resilience in agriculture. The course is structured over three weeks, with a focus on building foundational knowledge in the first two weeks and specialized expertise in the third week.

  • Module 1: Fundamentals of Regenerative Agriculture
  • Module 2: Deep Tech Integration and Sustainable Farm Management
  • Module 3: Specialization and Deep Tech Applications
  • Module 4: Ecosystem Integration and Future Trends
  • Module 5: Capstone Project Presentation and Discussion

Participation Fees :

Free

Countries eligible to take part in the EIT RIS (2021-2024):
• EU Member States: Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain.
• Horizon Europe Associated Countries*: Montenegro, Republic of North Macedonia, Serbia, Turkey, Ukraine.
• Outermost Regions: Guadeloupe, French Guiana, Réunion, Martinique, Mayotte and Saint-Martin (France), the Azores and Madeira (Portugal), and the Canary Islands (Spain).
*These third countries, which are all listed in the European Innovation Scoreboard, will be fully eligible for the EIT RIS, following the successful conclusion of individual Horizon Europe Association Agreements.

Partners : In collaboration with

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