Advanced Phenomics Curricula for Crop Research Professionals

As part of Purdue Moves, a team of Purdue faculty in plant sciences is developing phenomics curricula around the activities and resources at the Indiana Corn and Soybean Innovation Center. The curricula will address the gap of limited educational opportunities available to professionals and students in the emerging field of crop phenomics.

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Data-driven approach

Crop phenomics merges science and engineering into an intensely data-driven approach in agriculture that is a fast-growing area of resource investment.

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Educational opportunities

Limited educational opportunities exist for professionals and students to learn about phenomic approaches.

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Wide array of curriculua

Purdue Agronomy and ABE are addressing this by developing a wide array of curricula for teaching and Extension at Purdue, with a module-based workshop.



Phenomics Workshop at Purdue

March 13 – 14, 2017

Space is limited!

$500 registration fee – open to first 30 professionals

Register here

Workshop Flyer

Purdue will host a module-based phenomics workshop March 13 – 14 targeted to crop research professionals involved in predicting yield and characterizing biotic and abiotic stress, as well as engineers involved in developing and using sensors and sensor platforms for application. Professional plant scientists, engineers and students will receive foundational information to develop skills to work together in using the latest technology to collect critical data.

Topics:

Prediction and Exploration of Agronomic Performance Using Integrated Data Sets

Effective Ground Truthing

Phenomics for Crop Improvement

Implementation of UAS Experiments

Image Analysis

Advanced Phenomic Analytical Techniques (i.e. reducing dimensionality, spatial statistics)


Contact:

Chad Martin

(765) 496-3964

Katy Martin Rainey

(765) 496-2926

Bruce Erickson

(765) 494-7540

 

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