Research

The main aim of the EJP is to construct a sustainable framework for an integrated community of research groups working on related aspects of agricultural soil management. To fill the identified knowledge gaps EJP SOIL fosters research projects and synthesis through the organization of internal and external calls.  

EJP SOIL works on important societal issues in an integrated manner. Any developed innovation within the framework of EJP SOIL will meet a societal need and will therefore be relevant for European and global markets.

Through its knowledge framework, EJP SOIL improves its innovation capacity using

1) knowledge development,

2) knowledge sharing & transfer,

3) knowledge organization & storage for

4) knowledge application in different areas.  


Explore the EJP SOIL funded projects categorised below by research themes/areas.

The main aim of EJP SOIL is to develop a sustainable framework for an integrated community of researchers working on related aspects of agricultural soil management. The EJP SOIL programme targets key societal challenges such as food and water security, sustainable agricultural production, climate change adaptation and mitigation; ecosystem services delivery, biodiversity preservation and human health and well being.

Here, you get an overview of active projects focused on each research area. Click the project name to go to the specific project page.

Below: Access to previous calls as well as current announced calls for both INTERNAL and EXTERNAL call. Click the buttons for further information.