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Sustainability

In the P2P Food Lab, we are working on the topic of sustainable,
community-based food systems. Such food systems are based on
agroecological principles. They are also collaborative and
decentralised. We are particularly interesting in the role that
technology can play in such systems, including computer science,
robotics, and A.I. We are aware that technology can only solve part of
the sustainability equation. That is why we also have a strong
interest in the socio-economic questions related to food systems and
in the notion of the “Commons” as an organisational structure.

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The FabCity Summit brings together luminairies to envision how cities...
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CitizenSeeds is a participative project for amateur gardeners. They are asked to share their experiences of growing a given set of seeds....
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"LettuceThink" is a prototype robot aimed at small-scale organic market farms that grow hundreds of varieties of vegetables during one season. In...
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The Phenotypes / Limited Forms art installation presents visitors with about 1000 print-outs of photographer Armin Linke. Visitors can pick out the...
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2017

LettuceThink: An open and versatile robotic platform for weeding and crop monitoring on microfarms

Authors
David Colliaux, Aurèle Macé, Peter Hanappe,

European conference dedicated to the future use of ICT in the agri-food sector, bioresource and biomass sector (EFITA), Montpellier, France, July, 2017.

2017

Bringing phenotyping to the farm: an evaluation of 3d reconstruction of plants in outdoor environement

Topics:
sustainability
Authors
David Colliaux, Peter Hanappe,

ICCV 2017 workshop on Computer Vision Problems in Plant Phenotyping, Venise, Italy, November, 2017.

2016

Agroecology: A Fertile Field for Human Computation

Topics:
sustainability
Authors
Hanappe P., Dunlop R., Maes A., Steels L., Duval N.,

Human Computation Journal, 2016.

2015

Foundation of CS-DC e-laboratory: Open Systems Exploration for Ecosystems Leveraging

Topics:
sustainability
Authors
Funabashi M., Peter Hanappe, Isozaki T., Maes A., Sasaki T., Luc Steels, Yoshida K.,

Proceedings of Complex Systems Digital Campus '15 (CS-DC'15), Phoenix, Arizona (USA), Sept. 28-Oct. 2, 2015.

2012

Fine-grained CPU Throttling to Reduce the Energy Footprint of Volunteer Computing

Topics:
sustainability
Authors
Peter Hanappe,

Sony Computer Science Laboratory Paris, January, 2012.

2011

FAMOUS, faster: using parallel computing techniques to accelerate the FAMOUS/HadCM3 climate model with a focus on the radiative transfer algorithm

Topics:
sustainability
Authors
Peter Hanappe, Anthony Beurivé, Florence Laguzet, Luc Steels, Bellouin N., Sophie Boucher, Yamazaki Y.H., Aina T., Allen M.,

Geoscientific Model Development, 4, 3, 2011. pp.835--844.

2010

Laptops Unite! Supercomputer for climate simulation

Topics:
sustainability
Authors
Peter Hanappe,

We Can Change the Weather: 101 Cases of Changeability, edited by:Wynants, M. and Engelen, S., VUBPress Brussels University Press, 2010. pp.46-47.

2009

Citizen Noise Pollution Monitoring

Topics:
sustainability
Authors
Nicolas Maisonneuve, Matthias Stevens, Niessen M. E., Peter Hanappe, Luc Steels,

dg.o '09: Proceedings of the 10th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research (Puebla,Mexico; May 17-20,2009), Digital Government Society of North America / ACM Press, May, 2009.

Dr. Peter Hanappe

Researcher

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PI in sustainability

Dr. David Colliaux

Assistant Researcher

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Dr. Timothée Wintz

Assistant Researcher

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Previous Members

Michka Mélo

Assistant Researcher

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Ariane Courcier

Student

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