Toward a Disaster Resilient California:
To feed a growing population affordably and in a way that minimizes greenhouse gas production, the farming industry will need to rely on innovative technologies such as precision agriculture. Watch this Expert Briefing to broadly explore the benefits of precision agriculture and the susceptibility of its data to theft or corruption, and the potential impacts of losing those data. Held October 6, 2022.
Pramod Khargonekar, PhD | UC Irvine
Vice Chancellor for Research and Distinguished Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Tiffany Drape, PhD | Virginia Tech
Chandra Krintz, PhD | UC Santa Barbara
Vice Chair of Graduate Affairs and Professor of Computer Science
Alireza Pourreza, PhD | UC Davis
Assistant Professor & Director of the Digital Agriculture Lab
Lisa Yeo, PhD | UC Merced
About the California Council on Science and Technology
The California Council on Science and Technology is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization established via the California State Legislature — making California’s policies stronger with science and technology since 1988. We engage leading experts in science and technology to advise State policymakers — ensuring that California policy is strengthened and informed by scientific knowledge, research, and innovation.