WaterNexus (KB-24-002-027)

  • Stuyt, Lodewijk (Project Leader)

Project: EZproject

Project Details


In this project, a PhD student will be supervised onhis / her doctoral research in the context of research Programme 'WaterNEXUS'. The 'iDRAIN' project is focused on developing automated, predictive drainage / sub irrigation systems that can be operated remotely. The anticipating effect means that the weather forecast (dry / wet / showers etc.) is used at all times to maintain an optimum water table, suppressing any salinity as much as possible and to optimize fresh water storage in shallow soil layers, at all times.  Thanks to this procedure, plots with agricultural and / or recreational use are becoming less vulnerable to increasingly erratic running periods (too) wet and (too) dry weather, with the associated damage.
Effective start/end date1/01/1631/12/19


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