Dr. Sotirios Archontoulis is an assistant professor of integrated cropping systems at the Department of Agronomy. His main research interests involve understanding complex Genotype by Management by Environment interactions and modeling various components of the soil-plant-atmosphere continuum. Dr. Archontoulis's overall goal is to investigate practices that can increase the efficiency of system by means of increasing crop yields and simultaneously decreasing inputs or losses such as water and nitrogen. His approach combines field experimentation and use of mechanistic simulations models.
Associate Professor of Integrated Cropping Systems
Area of Expertise:
Decision support tools
B.S., University of Thessaly, Greece, 2004
M.S., Wageningen University, the Netherlands, 2006
Ph.D., Wageningen University, the Netherlands, 2011