- 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 Featured Speaker: Sierra Young
Advancements and Challenges in Technology and Data Management Practices of Field-Based, High-Throughput Phenotyping
Sierra Young of the North Carolina State Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering will be giving a talk at Phenome 2019. We asked her a few questions about her talk and the upcoming meeting:
1. What are you excited about learning at Phenome 2019? Why should your colleagues attend this session?
This year I am particularly excited for Phenome because the conference is all single-track, and attendees won't have to choose between two interesting sessions. As someone who heavily attended technology and computing-focused sessions in the past, I can't wait to learn from presenters in biology, ecology, and other exciting topics related to phenomics.
2. What is the tentative title of your talk? Can you give a quick teaser for your talk?
My talk, "Advancements and Challenges in Technology and Data Management Practices of Field-Based, High-Throughput Phenotyping", will focus on the progress made to-date in field-based HTP technologies and address remaining challenges related to collecting and managing high quality phenotypic data from field applications.
Dr. Young will also be one of the leaders of the plant digital phenotyping workshop. Don’t miss out this year! Registration is open for Phenome 2019, to be held Feb. 6–9 in Tucson, AZ. For discussion and updates, join the Phenome 2019 network on Plantae and follow @PlantPhenomics and #Phenome2019 on Twitter.