Relaunch of webinar series on plant phenotyping

By popular request, we have relaunched our PhenomicsWebinars series in a brand new format in March 2021.
All presentations will be pre-recorded and made available in advance to a live session. This means, you can watch the talk at your most convenient time, and join us for a live Q&A and discussion with the speaker at a later date. Questions can be submitted at any time in advance or during the live session.
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June/July 2021

“Identification of Tunisian melon landraces resistant to biotic stress for breeding programmes”
Hela Chikh-Rouhou
Regional Research Centre on Horticulture and Organic Agriculture (CRRHAB), Tunisia
Pre-recorded talk will be available from 21 June

Live Q&A with speaker: 8 July, 14:00 CEST

July 2021

“HyperSlit: an ultralight hyperspectral UAV system for collecting plant spectral signature while recording sky spectra”
Hamed Mehdipoor
Spectro-AG, The Netherlands
Pre-recorded talk will be available from 12 July

Live Q&A with speaker: 28 July, 14:00 CEST

August 2021

"Plant phenotyping: from whole plant to subcellular resolution"
Taras Pasternak
Pre-recorded talk will be available from 2 August

Live Q&A with speaker: 17 August, 14:00 CEST

Abstract submission open

Be part of the next season of PhenomicsWebinars!

We are looking for contributions from researchers from all phenotyping-related fields, and welcome abstract submission by researchers from all career stages.

This may include research highlights and user-cases from research and application, from the public- or private sector related to plant phenotyping or which use plant phenotyping as an aspect of their work. We especially encourage researchers from fields which are still under-represented in plant phenotyping in order to broaden the scope of applications for which this methodology can be used.

Abstract submission for the next of PhenomicsWebniars (September-December) is now open.

Submit your abstract now