The inaugural Phenome 2017 conference will be held February 10-14 in Tucson, AZ.
Please share this with your members of your department and encourage your students to register to attend the meeting. Highly relevant abstracts submitted by November 1 may be considered to give a talk during one of the sessions.
Please visit www.phenome2017.org to register and learn more about the meeting.
On behalf of Sally Mackenzie, Chair of the Phenome 2017 Steering Committee.
The Phenome 2017 conference is an important step in the development of a path toward training and collaboration among disciplines that are poised to address critical social issues and to generate greater understanding about plants and climate change. This first conference will bring together a multidisciplinary community comprising plant biologists, ecologists, engineers, agronomists, and computer scientists.
Nine concurrent sessions with over 40 leading speakers. Topics include such areas as Metadata Analysis & Challenges in Climate, Imagining & Genetics; Statistical Analysis of Multivariate Data; Robotics & Remote Sensing; and more! Powered By ASPB
PHENOMIC INSIGHTS INTO QUANTITATIVE TRAITS
Tom Mitchell-Olds, Duke University
Natalia de Leon, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Gloria Coruzzi, New York University
Jesse Poland, Kansas State University
Maureen McCann, Purdue University
ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS BIOLOGY
Julia Bailey-Serres, University of California, Riverside
Eduardo Blumwald, University of California, Davis
Jonathan Lynch, Penn State University
Leon Kochian, University of Saskatchewan
Oliver Fiehn, University of California Davis
PLASTICITY IN PLANT TRAITS
Anna Amtmann, University of Glasgow
Bob Schmitz, University of Georgia
Frank Johannes, Technical University of Munich
Nathan Springer, University of Minnesota
Zsuzsanna Merai, Gregor Mendel Institute
Jose Gutierrez-Marcos, University of Warwick
METABOLOMICS & LARGE-SCALE BIOCHEMICAL
Ivan Baxter, Danforth Plant Science Center
Andrew Hanson, University of Florida
Courtney Jahn, Colorado State University
Mark Lange, Washington State University
Lloyd Sumner, University of Missouri
Leslie Hicks, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill