This website sets cookies which are used to offer a personalized experience on our website, generate statistics, and realize advertising or social network tracking. Find out more about our Privacy & Cookie policy and how to manage them on your browser. You can change your cookie settings at any time.

Due to the current COVID-19 situation, the 8th International Crop Science Congress has been cancelled. Click here for more information.



Sotirios Archontoulis

Associate Professor
Iowa State University

Sotirios Archontoulis is an associate professor of integrated cropping systems at Iowa State University, Department of Agronomy. His research combines field-lab experimentation with simulation process-based models with the goal to improve production and environmental performance of various cropping systems with particular emphasis on corn and soybean crops growing in the US Midwest.

His current research focus on identifying land use and management practices that can increase the efficiency of the system by means of increasing crop yields and simultaneously decreasing inputs or losses such as water and nitrogen from the system.

He is interested in deeper understanding the complex Genotype x Management x Environment interactions, adding mechanisms into models to better simulate soil-plant-atmosphere processes, and develop web-tools to disseminate research results in real-time to stakeholders.