This is a 1 1/2 days introductory workshop hosted by NordPlant and INRA on datastandards for plant phenotyping led by Célia Michotey (INRA) and Anne-Françoise Adam-Blondon (INRA). It will be held 29-30 April in Lund and is open for maximum 20 participants. Employees at the five NordPlant university have priority, but a number of places are also reserved for researchers at other Nordic Universities.
To register please send an email to Erik Alexandersson including a short motivation why this workshop would benefit you. It is open to PhDs, post docs, university staff and researchers. Deadline of registration 10 April or until places full.
Start 9:00 with coffee and sandwich in Biskopshuset, Lund (https://goo.gl/maps/jK2BCSVdkd62)
Day 1 morning 9:30-12:00
** general overview of the standards for phenotyping studies
** presentation of the MIAPPE standard, used to describe trial studies (https://www.miappe.org/)
** presentation of the cropontology standard, ontologies used to define observations made in the trials (http://www.cropontology.org/)
** presentation of an ontology for forest trees: the “Woody Plant Ontology” (https://urgi.versailles.inra.fr/ontologyportal.do#termIdentifier=CO_357)
12:00 Lunch (included)
Day 1 afternoon 13:00-16:00
** hands-on session: each participant bring a relevant dataset of its phenotyping data and try to use the presented standards to describe it (NB! datasets can also be provided)
** wrap-up of the hands-on session
18:30 Workshop dinner (not included, more info to come)
Day 2 morning 9:00-12:00 (Lund, venue Biskopshuset)
** examples of data management, advantages of using standards (with an evocation of the BrAPI standard, https://brapi.org/)
** conclusions of the workshop