Today, members of the Predictive Plant Phenomics Graduate Student Organization are hosting a discussion with Corteva research scientist in predictive ag, Dr. Sandra Truong. She works on the design and optimization of agricultural systems.
P3 affiliate faculty member, Thomas Lübberstedt is part of a team working to develop improved seed corn tailored to the needs of the rapidly growing organic industry.
Lie Tang, professor of agricultural and biosystems engineering, has been awarded frunding form the Iowa Soybean Research Center for continuing his work creating 3D-sensing technologies.
Today, members of the Predictive Plant Phenomics Graduate Student Organization are hosting a discussion with CIMMYT senior scientist for the Global Wheat Program, Carolina Saint Pierre
The P3 program is now offering Plant Cy-nce Toy Boxes for graduate students on a check-out basis.
Iowa State Univeristy's Spring 2020 Teaching Innovation Awards recognize P3 faculty affiliate, Joshua Peschel.
P3 graduate students have organized a new, virtual Discussion Series for the Fall 2020 semester. The series focuses on careers in predictive plant phenomics and will provide a combination of research findings and career advice.
In recognition for the contribution to “Advancement of Materials to Global Excellence”, P3 faculty affiliate, Liang Dong, has been elevated to Fellow status by the International Association of Advanced Materials (FIAAM).
Brianna Griffin (2019 Trainee Cohort) has been named a graduate Ambassador of the American Society of Plant Biologists (ASPB).
“The idea is to combine and interact two subsystems – a cyber system and a physical system to solve problems. We want to build a new CPS (cyber-physical system) to improve agricultural management for crop production, environmental quality and agricultural systems sustainability.” Liang Dong, an Iowa State professor of electrical and computer engineering
Twenty-nine faculty members at Iowa State University - incuding P3 Co-PI, Carolyn Lawrence-Dill, and P3 faculty affiliate, Adina Howe - will participate in the Research Collaboration Catalysts 2020-2021 cohort, designed to train the next generation of research team leaders.
Cassie Winn, 2018 P3 Trainee, has been working on building her professional network since before her undergraduate years.
P3 Trainee, Katerina Holan (2016 Cohort), has been awarded a pre-doctoral fellowship from National Institute of Food and Agriculture.
P3 Trainee, Ian Braun (2016 cohort), has been awarded a fellowship from the National Institute of Food and Agriculture to complete his doctoral research.
This year, the Predictive Plant Phenomics (P3) program developed student awards to recognize some of the achievements of P3 graduate students.
Two P3 Trainees - Clayton Carley and Cassie Winn - receive 2020 NAPB Borlaug Scholarships. As a Borlaug Scholar, they are given paid registration to the annual NAPB meeting, paid NAPB membership fees, a $500 cash award, and are paired with an NAPB mentor.
Therin Young, P3 2016 Trainee, will be interning with Ford Motor Company as part of the Global Data Insight & Analytics (GDI&A) team.
Entrepreneurship for Graduate Students in Science and Engineering is a new course developed by the Predictive Plant Phenomics program in associated with the Agricultural Entrepreneurship Institute. This spring was the second year that course has been offered.
Three P3 faculty affiliates have been honored this year with university awards recognizing their achievements in research.
In response to social gathering restrictions put in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Predictive Plant Phenomics program has had to adapt learning community meetings, which are usually held in a meeting space on campus.
The P3 program congratulates the following P3 faculty members who were recently granted promotions from the state Board of Regents.
In accordance with Iowa State University's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Predictive Plant Phenomics office will remain physcially closed until further notice.
The office will remain open in a virtual capacity.
Predictive Plant Phenomics graduate students (P3GSO) made a big impression at the Phenome 2020 conference in Tucson, AZ.