Program 2017

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Program 2016

Wednesday, 26 October 2016

TimeEventSpeakerVideo
09:00-09:15Opening
Stefan Frey, Marcus Jansen, LemnaTec GmbH
09:15-10:15Keynote Session 1Rick van de Zedde, Wageningen University, UK
09:15-09:45Approaches to full automation: high throughput analysis and the need for machine intelligenceAndrew French, University of Nottingham, UK
09:45-10:15Phenotyping at the cell level and the need for a holistic approach to implement deep physiological phenotyping across scalesThomas Roitsch, University of Copenhagen, DK
11:00-12:45Session 1John Doonan, Aberystwyth University
11:00-11:30PlantCV 2.0: High-Throughput Image Analysis tools and ApplicationMalia Gehan, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, St. Louis, MO, USA
11:30-12:00Importance of growth chamber conditions for uniform plant growth and phenotypingCarsten Richter, Conviron Germany GmbH, Berlin, DE
12:00-12:30e-Agri: Integrating Sensors & Electronic Engineering to Deliver High Throughput, Low Cost, Plant Specific, PhenotypingBruce Grieve, University of Manchester, UK
12:30-12:45Seed phenotyping: concepts and key technologiesHardy Rolletschek, IPK Gatersleben,
DE PreSens GmbH, Regensburg, DE

14:00-16:00Poster Session
16:00-17:45Session 2José Luis Araus Ortega, University of Barcelona
16:00-16:30New Functional Feedback Phenotyping Platform for Controlling Soil Conditions and Evaluating Root-Plant-Atmosphere Dynamic ResponseMenachem Moshelion,
The Robert H. Smith Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Environment, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, IL

16:30-17:00Precision automation of tissue and cellular phenotyping classification and quantification based on microscopic imagesYing Zhang, Beijing Key Lab of Digital Plant, CN
17:00-17:30Plant architecture measurement using a 3D reconstruction method suitable for high throughput plant phenotypingRick van de Zedde, Wageningen University & Research, NL
17:30-17:45High speed, high volume phenotyping with robotized line for cereal kernelsOptomachines, Riom, FR

Thursday, 27 October 2016

TimeEventSpeakerVideo
09:00-10:15Keynote Session 2Roberto Tuberosa, University of Bologna
09:00-09:30An automated robotic field phenotyping platform for monitoring plant and crop performanceMalcolm Hawkesford, Rothamsted Research, UK
09:30-10:00Lightweight plant phenotyping platforms in large scale, multi-environment field trialsJose Jimenez-Berni, High Resolution Plant Phenomics Centre (HRPPC), Canberra, AU
10:00-10:153D-PAM-Imaging – Unite Photosynthesis and MorphologyOliver Meyerhoff, Heinz Walz GmbH
11:00-12:30Session 3Marcus Jansen, LemnaTec GmbH
11:00-11:30Multi-Modal Sensing of Sorghum Phenotypes from Small Unpiloted AircraftPaul Bartlett, Near Earth Autonomy Inc., Pittsburgh, USA
11:30-12:00Characterization of papilla and hypersensitive resistance response of barley against powdery mildew by hyperspectral imaging and parallel histological and gene expression analysisMatheus Kuska, University of Bonn, DE
12:00-12:30Methods and tools for processing high throughput phenotyping plant data to quantify specific plant signals and identify plant architectureJean-Michel Pape, Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK), Gatersleben, DE
14:00-15:30Session 4Paulo Hermann Jr, Embrapa Instrumentation
14:00-14:30Zegami - Reconnecting Plant Scientists with their PlantsGeorge Sainsburry, The Plant Accelerator, Australian Plant Phenomics Facility;
University of Adelaide, AU

14:30-15:00Understanding the genetics of biomass formation in barley assessed by non-invasive phenotypingKerstin Neumann, Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK), Gatersleben, DE
15:00-15:30Portable Computed Tomography for seed analysisJoelle Claußen, Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits Development, Center X-ray Technology, Fürth, DE
16:15-17:45Session 5Argelia Lorence
16:15-16:45Data analysis and digital phenotyping
Marco van Schriek, KeyGene, Wageningen, NL
16:45-17:15HTP phenotyping plant resistance to insects by automated videotracking leads to novel genes in GWAS studiesMaarten Jongsma, Wageningen University & Research, NL
17:15-17:45Taking the next hurdle: management of phenotypic data with PIPPAStijn Dhont, Department of Plant Systems Biology, VIB; Department of Plant Biotechnology and Bioinformatics, Ghent University, BE