About The Workshop
The CAPTE Workshop aims at celebrating the achievements in the developments of plant phenotyping tools and methods and foster discussions on the next steps of plant phenotyping research under field conditions. The Workshop focuses on high-throughput plant phenotyping mostly dedicated to great crops, to access key structural, morphological, biochemical, sanitary, and functional traits. The workshop […]Read More
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Agenda4 plenary sessions are planned during the workshop, with two keynote presentations in each session. Discover the full program below:
The session focuses on the interpretation of sensors’ data to retrieve the structure of the canopy or the plant, especially the latest development in computer vision (Deep Learning), or 3D sensors (Lidar, Structure from Motion)
The session focuses on the leverage of phenotyping methods to monitor biochemical aspects of the plant and the monitoring of plant diseases and stresses, , including with the use of multi- and hyperspectral sensor
The session focus on the design of traits used for final applications, or how some traits usually defined with one repetition can be redefined.
The session presents some successful applications of plant phenotyping which have been included into real life processes
All the participants will be heading to a town near Avignon in the south of France in order to visit an installation that concentrates several high-throughput plant phenotyping facilities to see them in action.
Avignon University CampusAvignon, France
Located in the south of France, Avignon is the headquarters of the CAPTE Research Unit since 2014. Situated near Montpellier, the city sits within the largest agricultural reseach ecosytem in Europe.