5th IPPS in Adelaide, Australia

2 to 5 October 2018

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International Plant Phenotyping Network

International Plant Phenotyping Network is an association representing the major plant phenotyping centers.

IPPN aims to provide all relevant information about plant phenotyping. The goal is to increase the visibility and impact of plant phenotyping and enable cooperation by fostering communication between stakeholders in academia, industry, government, and the general public. Through workshops and symposia, IPPN seeks to establish different working groups and distribute all relevant information about plant phenotyping in a web-based platform.


  • develop concepts and technologies to assess the plant phenome and establish environmental monitoring
  • analyse the interaction between the genome of a plant and its environment

Breeding and Performance

  • address bottlenecks in basic plant science and plant breeding
  • integrate technologies to quantify plant performance in mechanistic, field, and high-throughput applications

Research and Technology

  • interacts with other omics technologies, including genomics, transcriptomics, metabolomics, and fluxomics
  • address basic and applied plant phenotyping research

Modelling and Simulation

  • develop modelling platforms for improved phenotypic processes
  • model and test combinations of alleles in a variety of climatic scenarios and management practices

Five Reasons to Join IPPN

  • to become part of the international plant phenotyping community
  • to promote the excellent plant science and plant phenotyping to a global audience
  • to seek synergies in common practices
  • to share experiences for development of research activities
  • to encourage technology transfer and education
  • 11  Jan  2018

    CORBEL webinar

     Date: February 6, 2018 at 15:30 CET

    Title: Lightweight Service Management for Research Infrastructures: FitSM Approach

    Speaker: Sy Holsinger (EGI Foundation)

    Summary: To meet customer needs and provide valuable services, it is important to maintain a high quality of service, which requires a well-structured approach to how the service is managed. This one hour webinar will provide a clear-cut view of how service management, and the lightweight approach provided by the FitSM standard, is suitable for distributed, federated and research services. (more information here)

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  • 22  Jan  2018

    International Workshop on Image Analysis Methods in the Plant Sciences (IAMPS)

  • 08  Feb  2018

    Webinar: Malia Gehan Title: Quantifying Variation of Crop Resilience Under Temperature Stress

  • 14  Feb  2018

    Phenome 2018

  • 23  Mar  2018

    2nd Asia-Pacific Plant Phenotyping Conference

  • 25  Apr  2018

    NPPN Field Day at the University of Copenhagen's research farm in Taastrup – save the date

  • 11  Jun  2018

    NOVA PhD course series: "Phenotyping Technologies in Plant-environment Interactions - Integrated Analysis of Omics Data” -- 5 ECTS

  • 18  Jun  2018

    Plant Biology Europe 2018 FESPB/EPSO

  • 25  Jun  2018

    ICAR 2018: The International Conference on Arabidopsis Research

  • 02  Jul  2018

    Summer School on Image Analysis for Plant Phenotyping

  • 14  Jul  2018

    Plant Biology 2018

  • 19  Aug  2018

    IAPB 2018: International Association for Plant Biotechnology Congress

  • 26  Aug  2018

    Invitation to 3rd International Plant and Algal Phenomics (IPAP) Meeting 2018

  • 02  Oct  2018

    5th International Plant Phenotyping Symposium

  • 05  Nov  2018

    ICAB 2018: 20th International Conference on Agriculture and Biotechnology

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  • 22  Nov  2018

    4th NPPN Workshop – save the date

  • 16  Jun  2019

    15th International Rapeseed Congress

  • 03  Aug  2019

    Plant Biology 2019


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  • 01  Mar  2018

    EPPN2020: Successful first Call for Access Application to European Plant Phenotyping Infrastructure

  • 12  Feb  2018

    Two faculty positions in the Division of Plant Sciences,Research School of Biology, Australian National University College of Sciences, Canberra/ACT

  • 01  Feb  2018

    Recruitment of a signal and image analysis specialist at the Toulouse Plant-Microbe Phenotyping Facility (TPMP).

  • 16  Jan  2018

    3-year postdoc position in plant phenomics available at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU) Application deadline: 15 February 2018

  • 15  Jan  2018

    Tenure-track Assistant Professor positions at the Copernicus Institute for Sustainable Development of the Utrecht University, the Netherlands--deadline 15 January 2018


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