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FSPM2020: Towards Computable Plants
9th International Conference on
FUNCTIONAL-STRUCTURAL PLANT MODELS
5-9 October 2020
Keynote speaker and tentative titles
Tancrède Alméras, University of Montpellier, Laboratory of Mechanics and Civil Engineerig, France
'Multiscale modelling of tree and wood biomechnaics'
Brian N. Bailey, University of California, Department of Plant Sciences, USA
'A new high-performance FSPM framework linking LiDAR-based canopy reconstructions with scalable biophysical models'
Dan Chitwood, Michigan State University, Department of Horticulture, USA
'Topological Data Analysis and the branching architecture of plants: trees, rivers, and volumetric images'
Evelyne Costes, French National Institute of Agronomy (INRA), France
'Genetics control of tree architecture: from regularities in plant structures to physiology'
Jochem Evers, Wageningen University & Research, Centre for Crop Systems Analysis, The Netherlands
'Teaching functional-structural plant modelling - perspectives from a plant scientist'
Marie Launay, French National Institute of Agronomy (INRA), France
'Exploring FSPM and crop models complementarities in up- and down-scaling from plant to field'
Andrea Schnepf, Jülich Forschungszentrum, Institute of Bio- and Geosciences, Germany
'Functional-structural plant modelling with CPlantBox'
Kathy Steppe, Ghent University, Faculty of Bioscience Engineering, Belgium
'The power of 3D plant-microclimate interactions'
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