Predictive Plant Phenomics Symposium
P3 symposium 2020
The 2nd annual P3 symposium will be held in coordination with the Phenome 2020 conference in Tucson, AZ from February 24-27 at the Tucson Convention Center.
The P3 symposium and student-led activity are generously supported by Corteva Agriscience.
The P3 student symposium will run in two distinct parts:
- Tuesday, February 25, during the reception and poster session, P3 students will lead a free hands-on, interactive event leading participants through a suite of tools they can easily implement in their own plant phenomics projects.
This workshop will feature demonstrations led by Predictive Plant Phenomics (P3) Graduate Students illustrating commercially available sensors and their applications. Throughout this activity, there will be hands-on building and use of economical sensors and electronics to facilitate the collection of phenotypic plant data. This graduate student-oriented workshop will cover:
· An introduction to sensors and data processing
· Budget-friendly rover assembly and usage
· Imaging with the utilization of Raspberry Pi camera and processing
· The integration of sensors, rovers, and image acquisition
- Wednesday, February 26, will kick-off with P3's student symposium. At 8:30 am, P3 students will introduce a scientific talk by Corteva scientist, Neil Hausmann. A lightning talk session will follow the symposium.
The full conference schedule can be viewed by clicking here or by visiting https://www.eventscribe.com/2020/Phenome2020/agenda.asp?pfp=FullSchedule