Research Network

Who We Are

System of Rice Intensification (SRI) Global Research Network is an international collaborative alliance devoted to the rapid worldwide dissemination of SRI practices, knowledge, and ideas. This network is jointly hosted by the Indonesian SRI Research and Innovation Network (IndoSRInet) and the SRI-Rice Center at Cornell University. By becoming a part of this network, you will gain access to a wealth of cutting-edge SRI research, facilitated through our comprehensive Zotero library offering research abstracts, metadata, and full-text content. In addition, we provide comprehensive updates on the latest news in the field of SRI, ensuring you stay informed about current trends and breakthroughs. We also share news on funding opportunities, including information on travel grants for attending seminars and conferences. Finally, upon joining the SRI Global Research Network, you will have the opportunity to actively participate in discussions with fellow members, fostering the exchange of insights and knowledge within our community.

Research Database

Our database comprises over 500 research items, including journal articles, PhD theses, book chapters, and books.


This newsletter is your backstage pass to the latest updates from SRI researchers scattered around the globe.

Scientific Events

The SRI Global Research Network is actively coordinating scientific events, including webinars, conferences, and forums focused on the SRI.

Funding Opportunities

We provide information on the financial support and educational pathways available to empower individuals and initiatives related to SRI.

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Meet The Team

The SRI Global Research Network is managed and curated by a dedicated team comprising SRI scientists spanning the globe, with representation from South Asia, East Asia, Southeast Asia, Africa, North America, and Latin America. This diverse and committed group of scientists collaborate to bring together a wealth of expertise and perspectives to oversee and guide the network’s activities. Their collective efforts ensure that the SRI Global Research Network remains at the forefront of innovation, fostering a truly global exchange of ideas and advancements in research across diverse regions and scientific disciplines.

Dr. Febri Doni
IndoSRInet and Universitas Padjadjaran, Indonesia
Dedat Prismantoro
IndoSRInet and Universitas Padjadjaran, Indonesia
Irvan Satria
IndoSRInet and Universitas Padjadjaran, Indonesia
Mia Miranti
IndoSRInet and Universitas Padjadjaran, Indonesia
Lucy Fisher
SRI Rice Center, Cornell University, USA
Dr. Amod Thakur
ICAR-Indian Institute of Water Management, India
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Dr. Karla Cordero
Instituto de Investigaciones Agropecuarias, Chile
Dr. Ram Bahadur Khadka
Nepal Agricultural Research Council, Nepal
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Dr. Aisha Abdulkadir
Ahmadu Bello University, Nigeria
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