Research Staff - Michail (Mike) Giannitsopoulos

Michail (Mike) Giannitsopoulos

Michail (Mike) Giannitsopoulos

Research Student, Agriculture

Research Interests and Current Research

Currently studying for a PhD at Cranfield University in “Optimising drilling methods in conservation tillage systems for wheat and oilseed rape production in UK. Specifically he is determining the effect of conservation tillage system on crop growth and yield, soil condition and economic profitability. Previous research focused on mapping soil’s quality for a particular agricultural area of the North part of Greece

Areas of Teaching Expertise

N/A

Selected Recent Publications

Giannitsopoulos. M., Burgess. P., Rickson. J., Littlemore. J., Stables. J., Sanderson. J (2014) “Optimising drilling methods in conservation tillage systems for wheat and oilseed rape production” In: Proceedings of AgEng Conference at ETH Zurich 2014, Switzerland

Wikipedia (Greek) Ref number 90. Here

Membership of Professional Bodies

IAgrE, IECA

Conference Talks

AgEng in Zurich, IECA in Portland, Oregon

Grants and Funding

Douglas Bumford Trust

Research Students

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