[Gmod-phendiver] Plant Phenotype Worskshop at PAG 2011 - Need Your Input
If you will be at PAG this week, I strongly recommend going to this workshop. I went last year and got quite a bit out of it.
The organizers are asking attendees to fill out a survey before the meeting. See below.
I'll be in cloudy Oregon during PAG. :-(
---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Mary Schaeffer and Chi-Ren Shyu<[hidden email]>
Date: Tue, Jan 11, 2011 at 10:29 AM Subject: Plant Phenotype Worskshop at PAG 2011 - Need Your Input To: [hidden email]
First let us thank you for your participation at the Plant Phenotype
Workshop in last year’s PAG conference. During the workshop, TAIR,
MaizeGDB, Soybase, SGN, Oryzabase, and Maize Crop Ontology reported
phenotype related resources and tools. This year we will invite six
speakers and several panelists to share their new developments in high-
throughput phenotype analysis, phenotyping infrastructure, plant
ontology, phenotype ontology, and informatics tools.
>From last year’s feedback, this year we would like to open 15-20 minutes
for the discussions between the audience and the panelists toward the end
of the workshop. Here is the workshop agenda:
Featured talks (in order)
8:10 Sean May "If you build it.....(NASC phenomics)"
8:30 Matt Vaughn "iPlant's cyberinfrastructure for high-throughput image
8:50 Richard Poire "Next generation plant biofuel research and the High
Resolution Plant Phenomics Centre"
9:10 Geoff Fincher "Evaluation of next generation phenotyping: the
Australian Plant Phenomics Facility"
UPDATES, Wrap-up and discussion
9:20 Laurel Cooper "Plant Ontology"
9:25 Eva Huala "RCN Phenotype Ontology Plants, animals, etc."
9:30 Elizabeth Arnoud "Crop Ontology update"
9:35 Chi-Ren Shyu "Next generation phenotype data mining update" and
9:45-10:10 Panel Discussion and community input
Please spend a few moments of your precious time to help us make
productive discussions in the upcoming PAG 2011 Plant Genotype
Workshop, Sunday, January 16, 2011 from 8:00 am to 10:10am in Pacific
Salon 1 Room. We would greatly appreciate if you would complete the
brief survey which should take less than 15 minutes by Saturday (January
15, 2011) noon from the following site.