Our research activities associate agronomists, ecologists, economists, food technologists and social scientists for an interdisciniplinary approach.
Agroecology and Environment Research Unit (AGE):
- A contribution to the conception and assessment of organic farming systems
- Improving the use of environmental benefit functions for resilience and performance in organic and low-input crop production.
- The ecological operation of water systems for fish farming purposes,
- The characterization of the environment and its impacts on the quality of water products
Agriculture, food systems and territories (ASTER research unit):
- The evolution of male and female farmers' jobs and practices
- The organization of agrifood processing and supply chains
- The territorial development: environmental conservation, the weight of agriculture and the role of public policies and local public stakeholders
- Consumers and citizens: expectations and practices in terms of food and the environment.
Complex ferment ecosystem (BioDYMIA research unit) :
Understanding the microbial ecosystems involved in food treatment processes