INVITE 1st Stakeholder workshop on Low-cost sensors and vectors for variety testing
This workshop will focus on low-cost sensor and vector technologies for variety testing. Registration is free but mandatory before 14th June!
Summer School on Image Analysis for Plant Phenotyping - 2019
11th European Plant Science Retreat
Summer School in Plant Phenotyping
Summer School in Plant Phenotyping
Computer Vision Problems in Plant Phenotyping (CVPPP 2019)
Training Session EPPN2020
Environmental characterization, from senor to information system
EPPN2020 Training: Experimental design and statistical analysis of phenotyping platform experiments
This course will discuss criteria for choosing a suitable experimental design for phenotyping experiments. Subsequently we will show options for analysing features extracted from phenotyping platforms.
Special Session: Sensor and Systems in Smart Farming
NordPlant - Workshop on phenotyping standards
Only a few places left for researchers outside of the five Nordic NordPlant universities!
15th Gatersleben Research Conference (#GRC2019) on Applied Bioinformatics in Crops
2nd CzPPN Meeting - Environmental simulation and indoor phenotyping
Building a FAIR Bioinformatics environment
Data Management for Wheat Phenotyping Data
2018 Training Course on High-Throughput Wheat Phenotyping
Plant Phenotyping Forum: The Role of Austria and Eastern Europe in Agricultural Production
Registration deadline: 7 September 2018
BMVC 2018 Workshop on Computer Vision Problems in Plant Phenotyping (CVPPP 2018)
Abstract submission deadline: 06 July 2018
de.NBI Summer School: “Riding the Data Life Cycle”
Registration deadline: 11 June 2018
3rd International Plant and Algal Phenomics Meeting 2018
XXX International Horticultural Congress
XII International Conference on Grapevine Breeding and Genetics
Course: Statistical analysis for new phenotyping techniques
The statistical analysis techniques will be presented in lectures by experts from Wageningen University & Research and University of Queensland. The lectures will be complemented by hands-on computer training using R.
NOVA PhD course series: "Phenotyping Technologies in Plant-environment Interactions - Integrated Analysis of Omics Data” -- 5 ECTS
1st Annual EPPN2020 Meeting and Training School
2nd APPN & EPPN2020 Meeting
Registration deadline: 6 April 2018
MixOmics Autumn School 2017
Plant Phenotyping Workshop: Integrating the European Plant Phenotyping Community
Food Chains--Fit for the Future? Food Chain Alliance Meeting
4th Conference of Cereal Biotechnology and Breeding jointly organized by EUCARPIA Cereal Section
APPN Workshop on Multispectral 3D Plant Imaging
The workshop is powered by PHENOSPEX and will take place October 12th & 13th 2017 at the Vienna Biocenter. Registration DEADLINE for scanning your samples: 1st Sept 2017.More information
COST WG1 / EPPN2020 Workshop: Current and Future Applications of Phenotyping for Plant Breeding
Current and future applications of phenotyping for plant breeding
Plants develop by a complex interaction of genotypes with the environments which determines their structure and function and thus essential performance parameters such as yield, productivity or efficient use of resources. To understand these fundamental processes we need to quantitatively assess the phenotype and generate a link to the genotype in order to understand the genetic basis.
Plant 2030 Academy: GCBN de.NBI User Training - Summer School 2017
The Summer School in Gatersleben September 25-27 is organized in collaboration with the German Crop BioGreenformatics Network of the German Network for Bioinformatics Infrastructure (GCBN/de.NBI). The course provides hands-on introduction to useful bioinformatics tools for biologists with little or no previous knowledge. The training will enable biologists to process their own small and large datasets using R and Linux based methods and is entirely computer-based with interspersed lectures.
The Botanikertagung is an International Conference on Plant Sciences that will next be held in Kiel, Germany, 2017 from September 17 to 21. The conference comprises four days of exciting presentations, including keynote lectures, poster sessions and workshops. An evening lecture open to the public will address the suitability of our crop plants for feeding the increasing world population.