This work is carried out with support from Lacuna Fund, an initiative co-founded by The Rockefeller Foundation, Google.org, and Canada’s International Development Research Centre. The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent those of Lacuna Fund, its Steering Committee, its funders, or Meridian Institute.
UNN-Lacuna Aquaponics project
An innovative solution in agricultureAbout the project
An IoT smart agricultural solution
The project aims to generate machine learning datasets using an IoT solutionRead more
Welcome to the Lacuna-UNN Project website. This project is the first indigenous aquaponics fish pond monitoring system in the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN).
The Lacuna-UNN project is conducted and managed by the High Performance and Intelligence Computing (HiPiC) research group of the Department of Computer Science in UNN. This website is the official website of the Lacuna-UNN project.
Click here to watch some of the moments of the recent HiPIC Workshop on Youtube.MORE INFORMATION
The project comprises seasoned professionals who are highly skilled in research, finance, agriculture, data analytics and project management.Learn More
Workshops and Trainings
The HiPic Lab cordially invites you to a one-day Workshop on Sustainable Smart and Integrated Catfish Soilless Farming (Aquaponics) in West Africa. We look forward to your attendance.
Click here to watch some of the moments of the Workshop on Youtube.Learn More
The HiPic Lab cordially invites you to a one-day Data Collection and Annotation for Open Science Seminar. We look forward to your attendance.Learn More
The research is a collaboration between researchers in Computer Science (Artificial Intelligence/Machine learning research group) and researchers in Zoology and Environmental Biology Department (Aquaculture/Genetics research group).Learn More