The 6th Annual NPPN Workshop 2020
The 6th annual NPPN workshop was held online on 27 November. Presentations from the workshop are available via the links below.
Making more of primary phenotypes by modelling secondary phenotypes ‐ Fred van Eeuwijk, Professor, Wageningen University.
6P2 R&I presentations:
PlotCut3: A use case of GIS –based plot extraction from UAV images ‐ Jesper Cairo Westergaard, University of Copenhagen. Click here to see the instruction video on how to use the PlotCut3 plugin for QGIS.
Area under the vegetation index curve: How far can we take it? ‐ Signe Marie Jensen, University of Copenhagen.
Phenotyping in breeding using UAV and consumer‐grade cameras. Main conclusions from a Ph.d study ‐ Jesper Svendsgaard University of Copenhagen /CONCITO.
Detecting potato late blight in the field ‐ Erik Alexandersson & Murilo Sandroni, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences.
Proximal phenotyping ‐ Aakash Chawade & Alexander Koc, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences.
6P3 collaboration – the future of NPPN:
Data Management – Jesper Cairo Westergaard, University of Copenhagen.
Data analytics ‐ field trends and linking traits ‐ Signe Marie Jensen, University of Copenhagen.
Improving methods and techniques for phenotyping ‐ Morten Lillemo, Norwegian University of Life Sciences.
Automating counting of plants and plant organs ‐ Erik Alexandersson, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences.
Modelling activities to support plant breeding – Simon Fiil Svane, University of Copenhagen.
Breeder Friendly Phenotyping ‐ Matthew Reynolds, Crop Physiologist, The International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT).