- Phenome2019 Roll Call
- Phenome 2019 Plenary Talks
- Phenome 2019 Collaborative Notes
- Link to notes from General Session I
- Technology Session
- Word Cloud: Phenome 2019
- Phenome 2019 Featured Sponsor: Noble Research Institute
- Phenome 2019 Featured Sponsor: Qubit Phenomics
- Phenome 2019 Featured Sponsor: Phenospex
- Phenome 2019: Digital Phenotyping Workshop
- Discover Phenome 2019: Workshops and Field Trips
- Phenome 2019 Workshop: Genomes-to-Fields Initiative
- Phenome 2019 Roundtable Discussion: NSF ERC for Materials for Agriculture Resource Imaging Analytics at High Resolution (MARIAH)
- Phenome 2019 for Computer Scientists
- Phenome 2019 Featured Speaker: Erin Sparks
- Phenome 2019 Featured Speaker: Magdalena Julkowska
- Phenome 2019 Featured Speaker: Siobhan Braybrook
- Phenome 2019 Featured Speaker: Sierra Young
Phenome 2019: Digital Phenotyping Workshop
Meet the trainers
1. Noah Fahlgren
Dr. Fahlgren is a principal investigator at the Danforth Plant Science Center and is involved in developing computational tools and infrastructure to utilize large datasets to address biological problems. He is also the director of Bioinformatics Core at Danforth Center. His group develops and maintains the image analysis software PlantCV (https://plantcv.danforthcenter.org/).
Follow him on Twitter @NoahFahlgren
2. Malia Gehan
Dr. Gehan is a principal investigator at the Danforth Plant Science Center. She is involved in the development of high-throughput phenotyping methods to explore the natural genetic variation in plants in response to abiotic stresses such as high temperature. Her group develops and maintains the image analysis software PlantCV (https://plantcv.danforthcenter.org/).Follow her on Twitter @maliagehan
3. Josh Peschel
Dr. Peschel is an assistant professor in the Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering, Iowa State University. He works in the field human-infrastructure interaction, visual data sensing and analytics and robot-assisted measurement for land and water resources.
Follow him on Twitter @peschel
4. Sierra Young
Dr. Young is an assistant professor in the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering, North Carolina State University. She focuses on robotics and automation for sensing in agricultural and natural systems.
Follow her on Twitter @SierraNYoung
Follow us on twitter @PlantPhenomics. Visit phenome2019.org for more information.