Ray Asebedo, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Precision Agriculture, Kansas State University, Department of Agronomy

Ray Asebedo is a Kansas native.  He received his bachelor’s in agronomy and Ph.D. in soil fertility and is serving as assistant professor of precision agriculture at Kansas State University. Dr. Asebedo has focused his research program on developing agronomic algorithms to drive the agricultural artificial intelligence of ground and aerial autonomous vehicles (GAVs, UAVs).  Dr. Asebedo’s current federally funded projects support research to develop and integrate robotic swarms into production agriculture.

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