Areas of expertise
- Applied Informatics
- Monitoring and Environmental Informatics
Bader Oulaid is completing a PhD in Environment and Agrifood as a collaboration between Cranfield University, Rothamsted Research and Mohammed VI Polytechnic University which he began in 2020.
He holds a baccalaureate in Mathematics, Big data developer mastery award and engineering degree in business intelligence and data engineering from the National Institute of Statistics and Applied Economics, Morocco.
He undertook his graduation project at Mohammed VI Polytechnic University where he works on the establishment of an irrigation scheduling platform based on remote sensing and machine learning techniques.
Bader’s PhD research investigates the value of model-bases decision support tools in Africa.
The overall aim of his thesis research is to develop a framework that will be tailored to address questions related to how best to configure and manage crops within the landscape to improve the delivery of ecosystems services and reduce the risk of serious losses of income by farmers.