EPPN: European Plant Phenotyping Network

EPPN is an EU funded project with 14 participants

The project will establish the network that provides a structured and efficient development of a competitive plant phenotyping community in Europe. EPPN partners undertake a joint research program and offer access to their phenotyping infrastructure to peer-reviewed projects defined by users.

The key objectives of EPPN are to:

  • integrate European plant phenotyping efforts
  • enable close interaction between users of phenotyping platforms and developers of phenotyping technology
  • develop sensor technology, define and promote good phenotyping practice and IT standards for plant phenotyping
  • support access to major plant phenotyping facilities in Europe

 

Transnational access to installations across europe

EPPN offers European scientists transnational access to 23 experimental plant phenotyping installations, at 7 different institutions, in 5 countries across Europe between 1st of March 2012 and 31st December 2015.

Transnational access offered by the participating research infrastructures within EPPN includes:

  • free access for eligible user groups to research facilities
  • support for travel
  • free access for eligible user groups to research facilities
  • on-site logistic support by the infrastructure staff
  • access to knowledge and know-how at the research infrastructures necessary to complete the proposed experimental work

 

Access is granted on the basis of proposals that will be evaluated by independent reviewers.

If you are interested in using CPIB accessible facilities please register your interest.

EPPN website.