Dr. Abad Chabbi
Dr. Abad CHABBI, is a plant ecologist and soil biogeochemist. He worked at the Louisiana State University, USA; the Faculty of Environmental Science in Cottbus, Germany; the University of Pierre & Marie, Curie (UPMC), France; and the INRA research council where he has been leading the National Observatory for Environmental Research-Agro-Ecosystems, Biogechemical Cycles and Biodiversity since 2009. Abad Chabbi is currently Director of Research at the INRAE (Institut national de recherche pour l’agriculture, l’alimentation et l’environnement) and his research centers on biogeochemical cycles in the context of climate and land use changes. He is also working with strategic Research Infrastructures and interested in science policy and societal challenges. Throughout his career, Abad Chabbi has focused on coordinating international and multidisciplinary projects, including ExpeER and AnaEE under the strategic European Commission framework. He also chairs a Working Group at the Joint FAO/IAEA Division of Nuclear Techniques in Food and Agriculture, at the Hercules Foundation for Investments in Research and Innovation”, Brussel and provides expertise to the German Research Science Foundation, the European Commission’s Direction of Research and Innovation as well as the Chinese Academy of Science, the Canada Foundation for Innovation, the American National Science Foundation and the Academy of Finland Grant Review.
Climate change and agroecosystem sustainability
Link between soil carbon sequestration, nutrient availability and stoichiometry in the Plant-Soil System, plant diversity and the influence of land use management and climate change may have on these dynamics.
Measurements and Modeling of Carbon and Nitrogen Cycling in Agroecosystems