Aarnink, André J.A.


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Name: Aarnink, André J.A.
Division: Wageningen UR Livestock Research
Cluster: Environment
Job Title: Senior Researcher Livestock Environment
Date of birth: 26 April 1959
Livestock production, especially pigs;
Gaseous and dust emissions;
Indoor air quality;
Indoor climate control
Career and experience
Studied Animal Science at Wageningen University. Was a teacher in animal science for two years. Did his PhD study at Wageningen University at the Institute of Agricultural and Environmental Engineering on ammonia emission from pig houses. He headed different projects in the area of emissions from animal houses and climate and air quality inside animal houses. Furthermore, he headed projects in the area of innovative welfare and environmental friendly housing systems for pigs. He supervised different PhD and MSc students in these areas of research. He was author and co-author of more than 60 peer reviewed papers and contributed to more than 250 publications. He was invited speaker and was in the scientific board of different conferences. He is member of the CIGR Working group on heat stress in livestock animals; member of the CIGR section II board; Section editor of the CIGR Journal.


  U.S. Pork Center of Excellence U.S. National Pork Board Canada. Campbell Centre for the Study of Animal Welfare - University of Guelph
  U.S. Egg Industry Center U.K. Farm Animal Welfare Council China Agricultural University
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