Our long-term collaboration with the IRSTEA research group in Grenoble, France (project DYNARP) focusing on knotweeds is now supported be a small project enabling us to exchange ideas, generate joint manuscripts and plan future research.
By the end of 2017, our three and half year project TAČR TA04020455 (2014-17) Detection and monitoring of invasive species came to the end. Nevertheless we are continuing our research on spatio-temporal patterns of invasions.
Members of the team from Institute of Botany and Brno University of Technology take part in the new European action COST HARMONIOUS ( CA16219; Harmonization of UAS techniques for agricultural and natural ecosystems monitoring), focusing on application of unmanned aircraft technology for both natural and agricultural ecosystems, and constitutes 31 countries. The first meeting was held in October 2017 in Brussels.