Shahzad Ali | Crop Cultivation | Best Researcher Award

Dr Shahzad  Ali | Crop Cultivation | Best Researcher Award

Lecturer at Hazara University, Mansehra,Pakistan

Shahzad Ali is a Pakistani national with extensive expertise in agronomy and crop cultivation. He holds a Ph.D. in Crop Cultivation and Farming System Ecology from Northwest A & F University in China, an M.Phil in Agronomy from the University of Agriculture, Peshawar, and a B.Sc (Honors) in Agronomy from the same institution.

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🎓 Education:

PhD in Crop Cultivation and Farming System (Ecology) from Northwest A & F University, China (2015-2018). M.Phil (Honr’s) in Agronomy from The University of Agriculture, Peshawar (2012-2013). B.Sc (Honr’s) in Agronomy from The University of Agriculture, Peshawar (2008-2011)

👨‍🔬 Professional Experience:

Postdoctoral Fellowship at the School of Life Sciences, Zhejiang Normal University (June 2022 – March 2024). Lecturer at the Department of Agriculture, Hazara University, Pakistan (December 2020 – June 2022). Young Talent Researcher at Grassland Agricultural Science and Technology College of Lanzhou University (March 2020 – December 2020). Postdoctoral Fellowship at Qingdao University (May 2018 – March 2020). Research Associate in research projects sponsored by HEC (June 2011 – June 2013)

🔬 Scientific Research Projects:

Natural Science Youth Project of Shandong Province: Research on the spatial-temporal characteristics of drought along the Belt and Road based on remote sensing and ground observation. China Postdoctoral Science Foundation: Research on spatial-temporal distribution of drought in the Belt and Road region based on big data of satellite remote sensing information. University Level Special Fund for Postdoctoral Research of Qingdao University: Investigation of spatial-temporal distribution of drought in the Belt and Road region based on big data of satellite remote sensing information. Zhejiang Normal University Postdoctoral Research Special Fund: Analysis of the Relationship between Vegetation Dynamics, Drought Sensitivity, and Climate Change in East Asia from 1982 to 2019.

🌱 Research Focus: Crop Cultivation

Crop Ecology: Understanding the interactions between crops and their environment, including soil, climate, and biotic factors, to optimize cultivation practices. Crop Physiology: Investigating the physiological processes of crops, such as growth, development, and responses to environmental stresses, to improve yield and quality. Crop Management: Developing innovative and sustainable crop management strategies, including irrigation techniques, nutrient management, and pest control, to maximize productivity while minimizing environmental impact. Crop Breeding and Genetics: Exploring genetic variability in crops and employing breeding techniques to develop new cultivars with improved traits, such as disease resistance, drought tolerance, and nutritional content. Agroecology: Integrating ecological principles into agricultural systems to promote biodiversity, ecosystem services, and resilience, fostering sustainable crop production.


  • Citations (Since 2019): 3578
  • h-index (Since 2019): 31
  • i10-index (Since 2019): 86


Publications Top Notes:

  1. “Biochar soil amendment on alleviation of drought and salt stress in plants: a critical review”
    • Authors: S Ali, M Rizwan, MF Qayyum, YS Ok, M Ibrahim, M Riaz, MS Arif, F Hafeez, …
    • Published in: Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2017
    • Citations: 514
  2. “Assessment of climate impact on vegetation dynamics over East Africa from 1982 to 2015”
    • Authors: W Kalisa, T Igbawua, M Henchiri, S Ali, S Zhang, Y Bai, J Zhang
    • Published in: Scientific reports, 2019
    • Citations: 158
  3. “Plastic-film mulching for enhanced water-use efficiency and economic returns from maize fields in semiarid China”
    • Authors: P Zhang, T Wei, T Cai, S Ali, Q Han, X Ren, Z Jia
    • Published in: Frontiers in plant science, 2017
    • Citations: 110
  4. “Effects of planting patterns and sowing densities on grain-filling, radiation use efficiency and yield of maize (Zea mays L.) in semi-arid regions”
    • Authors: Q Jia, L Sun, H Mou, S Ali, D Liu, Y Zhang, P Zhang, X Ren, Z Jia
    • Published in: Agricultural Water Management, 2018
    • Citations: 93
  5. “Optimizing the phosphorus use in cotton by using CSM-CROPGRO-cotton model for semi-arid climate of Vehari-Punjab, Pakistan”
    • Authors: A Amin, W Nasim, M Mubeen, M Nadeem, L Ali, HM Hammad, SR Sultana, …
    • Published in: Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2017
    • Citations: 81
  6. “Mulch covered ridges affect grain yield of maize through regulating root growth and root-bleeding sap under simulated rainfall conditions”
    • Authors: Q Jia, K Chen, Y Chen, S Ali, A Sohail, S Fahad
    • Published in: Soil and Tillage Research, 2018
    • Citations: 76

Ahmad Manbohi | Agrochemistry | Best Researcher Award

Assist Prof Dr  Ahmad Manbohi | Agrochemistry | Best Researcher Award

Assistant prof at  Iranian National Institute for Oceanography and Atmospheric Science, Iran

Ahmad Manbohi is an accomplished researcher with expertise in environmental chemistry and green technologies. He holds a Ph.D. in Environmental Chemistry and Green Technologies from the Chemistry & Chemical Engineering Research Center of Iran, where his thesis focused on the preparation and application of nanostructured sorbents in sample preparation and microextraction of drugs. With a Master’s degree from Tarbiat Modares University and a Bachelor’s from Rajaee Teacher Training University, Ahmad’s academic journey reflects his commitment to advancing his field.

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🎓 Education:

Ph.D. in Environmental Chemistry and Green Technologies, Chemistry & Chemical Engineering Research Center of Iran, 2011–2015 M.Sc. in Chemistry, Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran, 2009–2011 B.Sc. in Chemistry, Rajaee Teacher Training University, Tehran, Iran, 2005–2009

🔬 Research Experience:

Visiting Research at Harvard University, USA, 2015: Developed organs-on-a-chip platforms for real-time monitoring of biochemical parameters. Ph.D. Research at Chemistry & Chemical Engineering Research Center of Iran, 2011–2015: Specialized in electrochemical microextraction. Research Assistant, focusing on projects such as adsorptive removal of pollutants and extraction of antibiotics using nanoparticles.

👨‍🏫 Teaching:

Instructed courses in Analytical Chemistry and supervised laboratory sessions.

Ahmad Manbohi is a dedicated researcher with expertise in environmental chemistry, particularly in the development of novel analytical methods for monitoring pollutants. His work spans from academia to practical applications, contributing significantly to the understanding and mitigation of environmental issues.

🌱 Research Focus: Agrochemistry

Ahmad Manbohi’s research interests include the study of agrochemicals’ impact on soil and water quality, as well as the development of sustainable agricultural practices. He has investigated the occurrence and distribution of agrochemical residues in water bodies, focusing on their environmental fate and potential ecological risks. Additionally, he has contributed to the development of analytical methods for detecting and monitoring agrochemical contaminants in various environmental matrices.


1,144 Citations: This indicates the total number of times the researcher’s work has been cited by other scholarly documents. Citations are a measure of the influence and significance of a researcher’s contributions to their field. 1,043 Documents: This refers to the total number of scholarly documents authored or co-authored by the researcher. These documents include journal articles, conference papers, book chapters, and other scholarly publications. 22 h-index: The h-index is a metric that attempts to measure both the productivity and citation impact of the publications of a scientist or scholar. An h-index of 22 means that the researcher has published 22 papers that have each received at least 22 citations.

Publications Top Notes:

  1. Distribution of Microplastics in Upstream and Downstream Surface Waters of the Iranian Rivers Discharging to the Southern Caspian Sea
    • Journal: Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2023, 30(40), pp. 92359–92370
    • Citations: 3
  2. Sources and Hotspots of Microplastics of the Rivers Ending to the Southern Caspian Sea
    • Journal: Marine Pollution Bulletin, 2023, 188, 114562
    • Citations: 7
  3. Catalytic Nanozyme Zn/Cl-doped Carbon Quantum Dots as Ratiometric Fluorescent Probe for Sequential On-Off-On Detection of Riboflavin, Cu2+, and Thiamine
    • Journal: Scientific Reports, 2022, 12(1), 18276
    • Citations: 7
  4. Portable Smartphone-Based Colorimetric System for Simultaneous On-Site Microfluidic Paper-Based Determination and Mapping of Phosphate, Nitrite, and Silicate in Coastal Waters
    • Journal: Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 2022, 194(3), 190
    • Citations: 12
  5. Nicotinamide-Functionalized Carbon Quantum Dot as New Sensing Platform for Portable Quantification of Vitamin B12 in Fluorescence, UV–Vis and Smartphone Triple Mode
    • Journal: Journal of Fluorescence, 2022, 32(2), pp. 681–689
    • Citations: 6
  6. Microplastic Pollution in Inshore and Offshore Surface Waters of the Southern Caspian Sea
    • Journal: Chemosphere, 2021, 281, 130896
    • Citations: 29
  7. Spatial Distribution of Microplastics in Sandy Beach and Inshore-Offshore Sediments of the Southern Caspian Sea
    • Journal: Marine Pollution Bulletin, 2021, 169, 112578
    • Citations: 17
  8. Rapid and Sensitive Fluorescence and Smartphone Dual-Mode Detection of Dopamine Based on Nitrogen-Boron Co-Doped Carbon Quantum Dots
    • Journal: Microchimica Acta, 2020, 187(10), 569
    • Citations: 29

Antonio Motta | Soil Fertility | SustainableAg Leadership Award

Prof  Antonio  Motta |  Soil Fertility | SustainableAg Leadership Award

Professor Titula at  Federal University of Praná – Brazil

 Antonio Carlos Vargas Motta is a prominent researcher with significant contributions in the field of Agronomy, particularly focusing on soil fertility, fertilization, and plant nutrition. He holds a position as a Full Professor at the Federal University of Paraná (UFPR) and is actively involved in postgraduate education in Soil Science at UFPR. Below is a summary of his academic achievements and research interests.

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Academic Qualifications:

Post-doctorate from The University of Nottingham, England, in 2016. Doctorate in Agronomy and Soils from Auburn University in 2002. Master’s degree in Soils and Plant Nutrition from Universidade Federal de Lavras in 1987. Bachelor’s degree in Agronomy from Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo in 1984.

Notable Publications:

Research covers a broad range of topics including soil fertility, plant nutrition, forest management, and environmental assessment. Notable publications in peer-reviewed journals such as “CIÊNCIA RURAL,” “JOURNAL OF FORESTRY RESEARCH,” “Soil Research,” “Sustainability,” “BIOLOGICAL TRACE ELEMENT RESEARCH,” and “Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management.”

Collaborative Work:

Collaboration with various researchers and institutions worldwide, evidenced by co-authored papers. Collaborative research spans topics including soil management, forest ecology, plant nutrition, and environmental impact assessment.


Research Focus: Soil Fertility 🌱

🌱 Soil Fertility 🌿 Fertilization of Forest Species (such as Pinus taeda, Eucalyptus, Araucaria, and Yerba Mate) 🔬 Micronutrients in Agriculture 🍃 Use of Organic and Residual Materials in Agriculture. These research areas are reflected in his work on topics such as magnesium deficiency in Pinus taeda, soil macrofauna in regenerating Atlantic Forest patches, crop rotation and liming effects on soybean and corn yield, environmental assessment of iron ore tailings, accumulation capacity of nickel and zinc in Yerba Mate, and wood production in response to fertilization and liming.


  • Antônio Carlos Vargas Motta has a total of 1,132 citations from 950 documents.
  • He has authored or co-authored a total of 112 documents.
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Publications Top Notes:

  1. Is magnesium deficiency the major cause of needle chlorosis of Pinus taeda in Brazil?
    • Authors: Motta, A.C.V., Maeda, S., Rodrigues, V.S.S., Barbosa, J.Z., Gomes, J.B.V.
    • Journal: Journal of Forestry Research, 2024, 35(1), 24
  2. Soil macrofauna and water-related functions in patches of regenerating Atlantic Forest in Brazil
    • Authors: Demetrio, W.C., Brown, G.G., Pupin, B., Bartz, M.L.C., Borma, L.S.
    • Journal: Pedobiologia, 2024, 103, 150944
  3. Soybean and corn yield as affected by crop rotation and surface liming under a no-tillage system
    • Authors: Fontoura, S.M.V., Melinski, A.M., Motta, A.C.V., Prior, S.A., Pauletti, V.
    • Journal: Soil Research, 2024, 62(1), SR22246
  4. Integrated environmental assessment of iron ore tailings in floodplain soils and plants after the Fundão Dam disaster in Brazil
    • Authors: Melo, V.F., Lipski, B., Motta, A.C.V., Thá, E.L., Bastos, L.P.
    • Journal: Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management, 2024, 20(1), pp. 117–132
  5. Accumulation Capacity of Nickel and Zinc in Yerba Mate Cultivated in Soils with Contrasting Parent Materials
    • Authors: Ulbrich, N.C.M., Motta, A.C.V., Magri, E., Wendling, I., Poggere, G.
    • Journal: Biological Trace Element Research, 2023, 201(11), pp. 5468–5480
  6. Wood production and nutritional status of Pinus taeda L. in response to fertilization and liming: a meta-analysis of the Americas
    • Authors: Rodrigues, V.S., Motta, A.C.V., Barbosa, J.Z., Ercole, T.M., Prior, S.A.
    • Journal: IForest, 2023, 16(4), pp. 195–201


Yin Shen | Wheats | Best Researcher Award

Assoc Prof Dr  Yin Shen | Wheats | Best Researcher Award

Associate professor at  Chongqing Medical University, China

Yin Shen is a dedicated researcher specializing in the field of spectroscopy and its applications in material identification and analysis. Holding a strong academic background, Shen has contributed significantly to the advancement of analytical methods, particularly in the areas of terahertz spectroscopy combined with advanced algorithms.

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🔬 Research Focus:

Yin Shen’s research focuses on the application of terahertz spectroscopy combined with advanced chemometric techniques in agricultural analysis, particularly in the domain of wheat quality assessment. With an emphasis on rapid identification of wheat origin, moisture determination, spectral signature analysis across different years, and impurity detection using terahertz spectral imaging and convolutional neural networks, Shen’s work addresses critical challenges in wheat production and quality control.


Yin Shen is a distinguished researcher with a focus on analytical chemistry and spectroscopy techniques, particularly in the agricultural domain. With 131 citations from 123 documents, Shen’s work has garnered significant attention within the scientific community.

Having authored 12 impactful documents, Shen’s research has contributed to advancements in the field. Their dedication to scientific inquiry is reflected in their h-index of 6, indicating a notable level of influence and recognition in their field.

Publications Top Notes

  1. “Rapid identification of producing area of wheat using terahertz spectroscopy combined with chemometrics” (Spectrochimica Acta – Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, 2022)
    • This study highlights the use of terahertz spectroscopy and chemometrics for rapid identification of wheat production areas, contributing to advancements in agricultural quality control.
  2. “Determination of wheat moisture using terahertz spectroscopy combined with the tabu search algorithm” (Analytical Methods, 2021)
    • Shen’s research demonstrates the efficacy of terahertz spectroscopy combined with the tabu search algorithm in accurately determining wheat moisture content, offering valuable insights for grain storage and management.
  3. “Study on Terahertz Time-domain Spectral Signatures of Wheat from Different Years” (Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2021)
    • This conference paper explores terahertz time-domain spectral signatures of wheat across different years, providing valuable data for understanding variations in wheat composition over time.
  4. “Detection of impurities in wheat using terahertz spectral imaging and convolutional neural networks” (Computers and Electronics in Agriculture, 2021)
    • Shen’s research investigates the detection of impurities in wheat using terahertz spectral imaging and convolutional neural networks, offering innovative solutions for quality assessment in agricultural products.

Thi Thanh Thuy Nguyen | Agricultural | Best Researcher Award

Dr Thi Thanh Thuy Nguyen | Agricultural | Best Researcher Award

Department of Chemistry at  Nong Lam University – Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Dr. Nguyen Thi Thanh Thuy is a renowned figure in the field of Chemistry, particularly in Nano materials and Nano technology, with a focus on polymer physics and analytical chemistry. Currently serving as the Head of the Department of Chemistry at Nong Lam University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, Dr. Thuy has been actively involved in academia and research for over two decades.

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📚 Education:

She holds a PhD in Polymer Physics from Le Mans University, France, where she made significant contributions to the field. Prior to her doctoral studies, she obtained her Master of Science in Analytical Chemistry from the University of Science, Vietnam National University, and her Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from Hue University of Education, Vietnam.

🏆 Achievements:

Throughout her career, Dr. Thuy has garnered recognition for her contributions to the scientific community. Her research has been published in renowned journals and has received citations from fellow researchers worldwide.

🌱 Interests:

Apart from her academic pursuits, Dr. Thuy is passionate about exploring sustainable approaches in chemistry, particularly utilizing plant extracts for nanoparticle synthesis and environmental remediation.

Dr. Nguyen Thi Thanh Thuy’s dedication to advancing the frontiers of Chemistry through innovative research and academic leadership makes her a prominent figure in the scientific community.

🔬 Research Focus:

Dr. Thuy’s research primarily focuses on the synthesis and application of various nanostructures, including silver nanoparticles, metal-organic frameworks, and zinc oxide nanoparticles, for diverse applications such as wound healing, antibacterial films, and environmental remediation.


  • Total Citations: 1,156
  • Citations Since 2019: 865

Author Indices:

  • h-index: 17
  • i10-index: 23 (Total), 21 (Since 2019)

These citation metrics reflect the impact and influence of Dr. Nguyen Thi Thanh Thuy’s research contributions within the academic community. Her work has been widely cited, indicating its significance and relevance in the field of Chemistry.

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Mohammad Hasheminejad | Plant disease | Best Researcher Award

Dr  Mohammad Hasheminejad | Plant disease | Best Researcher Award

Assistant Professor at  University of Jiroft, Iran

Dr. Mohammad Hasheminejad is an accomplished Assistant Professor and Electrical Engineer with a Ph.D. in Electronic Engineering-Telecommunication. Born on September 1, 1981, in Iran, he currently holds a faculty position at the University of Jiroft. Dr. Hasheminejad is recognized for his extensive expertise in computer vision and machine learning, particularly in the development of sophisticated systems such as object recognition and face recognition-powered surveillance camera management.


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High school: Mathematics and Physics, Allame Helli, Kerman, Iran. Bachelor: Biomedical Engineering, Isfahan University, Isfahan, Iran. Masters: Electrical Engineering-Electronic, Malek-Ashtar University of Technology, Tehran, Iran. Ph.D.: Electronic Engineering-Telecommunication, University of Birjand

💼 Work Experience:

  • University of Jiroft (Assistant Professor)
    • Conducted multidisciplinary machine learning research with 11 scholarly articles and 7 conference presentations.
    • Developed and taught innovative undergraduate and graduate courses, fostering critical thinking.
    • Collaborated on securing research grants, leading to safety improvements in the electric power distribution industry.
    • Mentored students, guiding them to successful graduate programs and competitive job placements.
  • FajrShahed Company (Biomedical Engineer)
    • Installed and configured medical equipment, ensuring compliance with industry standards.
    • Trained healthcare professionals on equipment use and maintenance, optimizing functionality.
    • Provided technical support, resolving equipment-related issues promptly.
    • Collaborated with interdisciplinary teams to enhance medical equipment solutions.

🔧 Skills:

  • Research: Professional
  • Teaching: Professional
  • Python Programming: Professional
  • Electrical Engineering: Professional


Research Focus:

👨‍🔬 Dr. Mohammad Hasheminejad is a distinguished researcher with a focus on diverse domains within Electrical Engineering and Information Systems. His extensive contributions encompass adaptive ensemble classification for text-independent speaker verification, frame-level sparse representation classification, and sample-specific late classifier fusion for speaker verification. Dr. Hasheminejad’s expertise extends to fast automatic face recognition using GAW-KNN and optimized kernel nonparametric weighted feature extraction for hyperspectral image classification. He has made significant strides in interdisciplinary research, notably in areas such as tomato disease recognition and the emission and transport of dust particles in the Jazmurian region. His work reflects a commitment to advancing knowledge in climatology, image processing, and environmental monitoring. 🌐📊🔍


Publications Top Notes:
  1. Sheikh-Hosseini, M., Hasheminejad, M., Rahdari, F. (2023). “Linear precoder design for peak-to-average power ratio reduction of generalized frequency division multiplexing signal using gradient descent methods.” Transactions on Emerging Telecommunications Technologies, 34(2), e4698.
  2. Astani, M., Hasheminejad, M., Vaghefi, M. (2022). “A diverse ensemble classifier for tomato disease recognition.” Computers and Electronics in Agriculture, 198, 107054.
  3. Mesbahzadeh, T., Miglietta, M.M., Sardoo, F.S., Krakauer, N., Hasheminejad, M. (2022). “Regional Analysis of Dust Day Duration in Central Iran.” Applied Sciences (Switzerland), 12(12), 6248.
  4. Hasheminejad, M. (2022). “Optimized kernel Nonparametric Weighted Feature Extraction for Hyperspectral Image Classification.” Journal of Information Systems and Telecommunication, 10(38), pp. 111–119.
  5. Hasheminejad, M., Farsi, H. (2018). “Sample-specific late classifier fusion for speaker verification.” Multimedia Tools and Applications, 77(12), pp. 15273–15289.



Christian Thierfelder | Conservation Agriculture | Best Researcher Award

Dr Christian Thierfelder: Conservation Agriculture |  Best Researcher Award

Principal Scientist at  CIMMYT, Zimbabwe

Dr. Christian Thierfelder, a Principal Cropping Systems Agronomist with CIMMYT’s Sustainable Intensification program, has been leading conservation agriculture systems research in Southern Africa since 2009. His focus is on adapting these systems to meet the needs of smallholder farmers, particularly in Malawi, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. Thierfelder’s research includes fine-tuning conservation agriculture for different agro-ecologies, studying farmers’ adoption of new technologies, integrating green manure cover crops and grain legumes into maize-based farming systems, and exploring climate-smart agriculture. His work extends to Namibia as well. Collaborating with national and international partners, Thierfelder emphasizes capacity building for farmers, extension officers, and researchers at all levels.


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Dr. Christian Thierfelder, PhD 🎓

🌾 MSc in Agriculture from Christian-Albrechts University Kiel, Germany (1998) 🎓 PhD from the University of Hohenheim, Germany (2003) Agricultural expertise grounded in German academia! 🇩🇪🌱

Employment and Experience:

Dr. Christian Thierfelder’s Journey 🌍

🔬 Scientist and Senior Scientist at CIMMYT, Harare (2012-2018) 🌱 Associate Scientist at CIMMYT, Harare (2009-2012) 🌾 Senior Research Fellow at CIAT, Harare (2007-2009) 🔍 Adjunct Scientist and Postdoctoral Fellow at CIMMYT, Harare (2004-2007) A progressive career contributing to agricultural research and development in Harare! 🌾👨‍🔬

Research Expertise:

Dr. Christian Thierfelder’s Expertise 🌱👨‍🔬

🌾 Principal Cropping Systems Agronomist with 22+ years of experience 🌍 Specialized in Conservation Agriculture (CA) systems 🌱 Focus on the impact of CA on soil, plant processes, and climate resilience 🌾 Expert in adapting CA to smallholder farmers’ environments 🌱 Research spans reduced tillage, residue retention, and crop rotations 🚜 Knowledgeable in African cropping systems, weed and soil science 🌽 Expertise in maize-legume systems and genotype x management interactions 🛠️ Adaptation of machinery for smallholder farmers in Africa Agricultural research champion advancing sustainable practices! 🌍🌾


All Time:

  • Citations: 8917
  • h-index: 48
  • i10-index: 95

Since 2019:

  • Citations: 5764
  • h-index: 42
  • i10-index: 95

Impressive citation metrics reflecting the enduring impact of Dr. Thierfelder’s research in the academic community! 🌟📚

Research Focus 🌱🔬:

As a Principal Cropping Systems Agronomist, Dr. Thierfelder has dedicated his research to advancing Conservation Agriculture (CA) systems over the past 22 years. His work delves into the intricate relationships between CA, soil and plant processes, climate resilience, and long-term soil fertility. With a keen focus on smallholder farmers in Africa, he explores the adaptation of CA principles, including reduced tillage, residue retention, and crop rotations. Dr. Thierfelder’s expertise spans various facets, from agronomic knowledge of African cropping systems to weed and soil science, maize-legume systems, and the nuanced interactions between genotypes and management systems. His impactful research contributes to sustainable farming practices and agricultural resilience. 🌍🌾


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