The changing climate demands developing faster breeding methods to provide effective solutions for the future agriculture. This course series aims to introduce the emerging research fields of high throughput plant phenotyping used for plant-environment interactions from highly controlled environments to field conditions, in combination with omics technologies including bioinformatics and and applications in R.
In 2018 at SLU Alnarp we will emphasis on the usage of controlled climates to simulate different and future climates as well as on how to integrate different omics data generated in plant phenomics experiments. The lecture topics are i) assessing crop physiology aspect. For questions, please contact Erik Alexandersson (email@example.com). More information www.plantlink.se
Preliminary course schedule here.
Apply for the course below (NB! First-round acceptance will be sent out by 31 January 2018)
NOVA and BOVA students free. Fee for non-NOVA and non-BOVA students: €250 (More info here). For incoming students there is possible on campus accommodation at favorable rates. Instructions on how to reach SLU Alnarp.