UK Plant Phenotyping Network – Initial Meeting

The aim of this meeting is to bring together all those scientists interested in the development and application of automated objective approaches to plant phenotyping. Interdisciplinary interactions between biologists, engineers, computational scientists and mathematicians will be required to integrate and exploit advances in robotics, imaging and computing to enable sensitive, non-destructive, high-throughput analysis of plant growth, function and performance.

We will discuss the development of a Plant Phenotyping Network within the UK. It is envisaged that this network will facilitate interdisciplinary interactions, develop a community consensus on key issues and provide representation at both a national and international level for UK scientists working or interested in this area.

Organising Committee: John Doonan, Tony Pridmore, Malcolm Bennett, Martin Parry and Julie Scholes

UKPPN Initial Meeting Agenda (last updated 21 Sept)

Travel information

IF YOU PLAN TO ARRIVE BY CAR – please note that there is a new parking regime at the University of Nottingham and visitors will need to park in the pay and display car parks marked on this Sutton Bonington Campus Map. The charge is £7 per day, £4 for up to 4 hours.

Registration for this event is now closed – please contact Susie Lydon (01159 516289, susie@cpib.ac.uk) if you have any queries.