Gremien

Gemeinsam gestalten

Die Aufgaben in der CLAAS Stiftung sind klar verteilt. Dabei arbeiten die Gremien Kuratorium, Vorstand und Jury Hand in Hand.

Gremien

Gemeinsam gestalten

Die Aufgaben in der CLAAS Stiftung sind klar verteilt. Dabei arbeiten die Gremien Kuratorium, Vorstand und Jury Hand in Hand.

Jury - AgTex Doctoral Thesis Prize

This jury assesses the applications for the AgTex Doctoral Thesis Prize. It consists of three Professors of international agricultural Universities. The latest prize winner will automatically be part of this jury for one application session. This guarantees an objective and well-balanced evaluation.

Prof. Dr. Ludger Frerichs

  • Born 1959
  • Studies on Mechanical Engineering at University of Applied Sciences Osnabrück and Technische Universität Braunschweig
  • PhD at University of Hohenheim: “Fundamentals of Electronic Tractor Plow Management”
  • CLAAS CSE, Harsewinkel, development engineer, diverse management functions, final position Head of Advance Engineering
  • STILL GmbH, Hamburg, KION Group, Director Product Development

  • Technische Universität Braunschweig, Director of the Institute and Professor for "Mobile Machines and Commercial Vehicles“

  • Editor of the Yearbook Agricultural Engineering

  • Member of VDI (Association of German Engineers), CEMA (European Agricultural Machinery) CO2 High Level Group, ATZheavyduty Scientific Advisory Board, …

Prof. Giovanni Molari

  • Born 1973
  • 1998 Master degree in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Bologna and license to practice as an Engineer
  • 2003 PhD in Engineering of Materials at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia
  • Since 2016 full professor of Agricultural Machinery and Mechanization at the Department of Agricultural and Food Sciences of the University of Bologna
  • 2018-2021 Head of Department of Agricultural and Food Sciences of the University of Bologna
  • Since November 2021 Rector of the University of Bologna (2021-2027)
  • Research topics: design and reliability testing of agricultural tractors, sprayers, homologation standards for agricultural machinery, soil mechanics, biomass use for energy production

Dr. Toby W. Waine BEng (Hons) EngD MIAgrE

  • Family Farming background, Hertfordshire, UK
  • Studied Agricultural Engineering at Cranfield University (1995)
  • Engineering Doctorate at Cranfield University, ‘Non-invasive soil property measurement for precision Farming’ (1999)
  • Research Scientist in Land Resources Monitoring with Remote Sensing, Cranfield University (2004-2018), supervised over 40 MSc, MPhil/MRes and 8 PhDs in Agrifood and Environment related topics
  • Since 2018, Senior Lecturer and Head of Applied Remote Sensing Group at Cranfield University