PlantComp - Workshop on plant sensing and computing
We are happy to announce the 2nd workshop on plant sensing and computing: PlantComp! In October 2022, PlantComp will bring together young researchers in plant physiology, sensing and modelling.
Plants grow in an ever-changing environment. Consequently, their performance strongly depends upon their ability to dynamically adapt their physiology to the altered environmental conditions. However, research is only just unravelling these response dynamics through improved sensing, phenotyping and modelling efforts.
PlantComp will bring together young researchers in plant physiology, sensing and modelling. Due to the increased specialisation in these fields, researchers are often unaware of novel technologies from other fields. PlantComp is set up to bridge this gap and to facilitate a cross-pollination among these fields in plant sciences and to advance towards increased interdisciplinary research. Only combined efforts in phenotyping, sensing and modelling will enable us to uncover these dynamic plant aspects.
An interactive workshop for young researchers
During this two-day event, PlantComp will bring together young researchers within the field of plant physiology, sensing and modelling in a single-track setting with plenary keynotes, comprehensive poster sessions and broadening introductory workshops.
- June 21, 2022: Submission deadline of extended abstracts
- August 31, 2022: Notification of acceptance & start registrations
- September 16, 2022: Early bird registration deadline
- September 30, 2022: Deadline registration
- October 10-11, 2022: Workshop on plant sensing and computing
- March 2023: Special issue Frontiers in Plant Science deadline
Visit the PlantComp website for more details about abstract submission, registration and the special issue in Frontiers in Plant Science!
PlantComp is an interdisciplinary workshop organised by an interdisciplinary team of researchers from IDLab-AIRO (UGent), KERMIT (UGent), ILVO, OnePlanet Research Center and imec, and partially sponsored by Frontiers in Plant Science.