KARDAILSKY, Igor

Modeler, Rangelands & Tropical Pastures

Research interests

  • Whole-farm systems modelling
  • Remote sensing
  • Data modeling
  • Machine learning
  • Plant and animal genetics

Background

Dr. Kardailsky has had an extensive and productive research career that covered 7 countries, over the last 30 years, and many areas of plant biology. His most influential discoveries were made in genetics of flowering in model plant species, and in symbiotic nitrogen fixation. Recently, he has been fascinated with advances in machine learning and artificial intelligence, and its application for scientific data analysis.

He is working on models that link remote sensing imagery and meteorological data with on the ground measurements of plant and animal productivity, in a multi-year, multi-site dataset, to build the foundation for efficient and expedient development of grazing farm management tools, like the GrazingApp project.

Qualifications

  • M.Sc University of St Peterburg, Russia 1987
  • PhD  University of East Anglia/John Innes Centre, Norwich, UK 1995

Current projects

  • GrazingApp development

Recent publications

Please refer to Dr Kardailsky’s Google scholar page

Fields of research

0604 Genetics
0607 Plant Biology
0703 Crop and Pasture Production

0801 Artificial Intelligence and Image Processing

Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC)

Keyword/phrase list of research interests

  • Grazing management
  • Data wrangling
  • Genetics

Contact details

Email: igor.kardailsky@dpi.nsw.gov.au

Location: Parramatta