International Workshop on Image Analysis Methods for the Plant Sciences
6 September 2012, University of Nottingham Jubilee campus
Topics covered include:
Plant science-based image analysis from the subcellular to field scale
Novel plant imaging techniques
Developing algorithms into software tools for plant scientists
Keynote speaker: Prof Edgar Spalding (University of Wisconsin Madison): Automated phenotyping of root behavior in mutant and naturally varying populations
Research groups represented include: Gatersleben, Georgia Tech, Ghent, Jülich, Louvain, Nottingham, INEB Portugal and ETH Zurich
Call for poster abstracts:
Attendees are encouraged to display a poster at the lunchtime poster session. All abstracts submitted will also be considered for short oral presentations.
Tony Pridmore, Andy French and Mike Pound (University of Nottingham)
Susie Lydon, CPIB Outreach Officer, susannah.lydon from nottingham.ac.uk
The International Workshop on Image Analysis Methods for the Plant Sciences is supported by an International Workshop Grant from the UK Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council, The European Phenotyping Network, Syngenta and CPIB.
For more information and to register, please visit:
Dr Susannah Lydon
Centre for Plant Integrative Biology
School of Biosciences
University of Nottingham
Sutton Bonington Campus
Loughborough, LE12 5RD, UK
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