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 Montag, 29. September 2014

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Challenges to sustainable food production

Karin Holm-Müller
(University Bonn)

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Setting the scene - recent development and future challanges Uli Schurr (FZ Jülich) PDF

 

Session I: Sensors (session chair: Heiner Goldbach)

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3D reconstruction of plants and reproducibility of phenotyping platforms

Rick van de Zedde
(University Wageningen)
 

 
e-Agri: Sensor Engineering for Smart Farming and Seeds Breeding Bruce Grieve
(University Manchester)
 
 
Overview: CROP.SENSe.net research group: Sensor Uwe Rascher
(FZ Jülich)
 
 
Mapping spatio-temporal variations of sun-induced chlorophyll fluorescence at close canopy scale using hyperspectral images Francisco Pinto
(FZ Jülich)

 
 
Structural properties of natural plant populations: assessing canopy traits with a novel software
 
Mark Müller-Linow
(FZ Jülich)
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Session II: Sensing plants (session chair: Ulrich Schurr)

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The setParameters and getParameters challenge of the development and use of plant phenotyping
 
Nathalie Wuyts
(University Gent)
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Plant Phenomic Infrastructure Svend Christensen
(University Copenhagen)
 
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THz and Sub-THz waves for water status detection: CROP.SENSE.net S4 & S5, and further developments
 
Ralf Gente
(University Marburg)
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Hyperspectral reflectance – A tool to predict N efficiency in winter oilseed rape
 
Julia Rudloff
(University Göttingen)
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Dienstag, 30. September 2014

Session III: Soil and soil sensors (session chair: tba)

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Soil sensor application in precision farming Marc van Meirvenne
(University Gent)
 
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Phenotyping plant root and their interaction with soil micro-organisms

Christophe Salon
(INRA Dijon)
 
Overview: CROP.SENSe.net research group: Soil Wulf Amelung
(University Bonn)
 
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Gamma-ray spectrometry and electromagnetic induction as complementary tools to map soil properties with a high spatial resolution
 
Gerhard Welp
(University Bonn)
 
High-throughput and Precision Crop Plant Phenotyping with Hyperspectral Imaging
 
Udo Seiffert
(FH Magdeburg)
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Session IV: : Interpretation and handling of phenomic data
(session chair: Rick v.d. Zedde)

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Tools to catch (meta) data for phenotyping
 
Karin Köhl (MPI Golm) PDF
New Methods in High-Throughput Plant Phenotyping for Growth Analysis and Leaf Detection for Rosette Plants
 
Christian Klukas
(IPK Gatersleben)
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Data-Driven Plant Phenotyping Kristian Kersting
(TU Dortmund)
 
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Overview CROP.SENSe.net research group: Data
 
Lutz Plümer
(University Bonn)
 
 
„Less is More“– Active Learning Peter Schmitter
(University Bonn)
 
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Machine Learning Tools for Phenotyping Christoph Römer
(University Bonn)
 

 

Mittwoch, 01. Oktober 2014

Session V: Phenotyping and Breeding (session chair: Jens Léon)

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The consequences of domestication Roberto Papa
(CRA-CER, Italy)
 
 
A Perspective on the Role of High Throughput Phenotyping in Forage Breeding
 
Alan Gay
(Aberystwyth University)
 
Overview CROP.SENSe.net research group: Sugar beet

Christian Jung
(University Kiel)

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High-throughput phenotyping of grapevines in vineyards by using non-invasive sensors and automation
 
Katja Herzog
(JKI Siebeldingen)
 
Scanalyzer Field enables comprehensive phenotyping of field grown plants
 
Marcus Jansen
(Lemnatec)
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PlantEye a high precision 3D laser scanner for field phenotyping of plants Grègoire Hummel
(Phenospex B.V.)
 

 

Session VI: Application for precision farming and crop management
(session chair: tba)

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Machine vision based disease detection under greenhouse and field conditions
 
Gerrit Polder
(University Wageningen)
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High-throughput Phenotyping Technique for Crop Precision Farming and Breeding
 
Chunjiang Zhao
(Nercita, Beijing )
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Overview CROP.SENSe.net research group: barley
 
Jens Léon
(University Bonn)
 
 
Development of a diurnal dehydration index for spring barley phenotyping
 
Pablo Rischbeck
(TU München)
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CROP.SENSe.net Junior Research Group: Hyperspectral phenotyping of resistance reactions of barley Anne-Katrin Mahlein
(University Bonn)
 

 

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