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Dr. Sindhuja Sankaran Phenomics Lab

 

 

 

 

2019 Fairfield Field Day

 

 

 

 

2019 Family Science Saturday

Extension/Outreach Activities [Selected]

 

  • Sankaran, S.* 2020. Phenomics technologies for in-field and postharvest crop phenotyping at Washington State University. Talk as a part of Borlaug Fellowship Program, Alliance of Bioversity International and International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT), Cali, Colombia, 13 February, 2020. [Participants: 20-25]
  • Sankaran, S.* 2020. Introductions to sensor applications in phenomics & artificial intelligence/machine learning. International Scientists-Students Interface on “Drones, Robotics, Artificial Intelligence and Farm Machineries.” Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth, Rahuri, India, 12 January, 2020. [Keynote Speaker] [Participants: 250-300]
  • Sankaran, S.* 2020. Introductions to artificial intelligence/machine learning and applications in phenomics. International Scientists-Students Interface on “Drones, Robotics, Artificial Intelligence and Farm Machineries.” College of Agriculture, Pune, India, 10 January, 2020. [Keynote Speaker] [Participants: 350-400]
  • Sankaran, S.* 2020. Artificial intelligence/machine learning guided crop improvement: Phenomics perspective. International Symposium on ‘Artificial Intelligence based Future Technologies in Agriculture’. 54th Annual Convention of Indian Society of Agricultural Engineers (ISAE), Pune, India, 7-9 January, 2020. [Keynote Speaker] [Participants: 150-200]
  • Sankaran, S.* 2019. Sensing technologies for phenotyping applications in potato breeding and production, 46th Annual Hermiston Farm Fair, Hermiston, OR, 4-6 December 2019. [Participants: 40]
  • Khot, L.R., Sankaran, S.*, Stöckle, C., Peters, T., and Jacoby, P. 2019. Role of Advanced Remote Sensing Technologies in Irrigated Crop Water Stress Assessment. Applications and Advancements of Machine Learning from Big Agriculture Data Symposium, The American Society of Agronomy (ASA), the Crop Science Society of America (CSSA), and the Soil Science Society of America (SSSA) International Annual Meeting on Embracing the Digital Environment, San Antonio, TX, 10-13 November 2019. [Participants: 40]
  • Sankaran, S.* 2019. Machine learning tools in phenomics big data management. Applications and Advancements of Machine Learning from Big Agriculture Data Symposium, The American Society of Agronomy (ASA), the Crop Science Society of America (CSSA), and the Soil Science Society of America (SSSA) International Annual Meeting on Embracing the Digital Environment, San Antonio, TX, 10-13 November 2019. [Invited Speaker] [Participants: 35]
  • Sankaran, S.* 2019. Advancements in artificial intelligence for cyber-physical system enabled agriculture. Second International Workshop on Machine Learning for Cyber-Agricultural Systems (MLCAS 2019), Iowa State University, Ames, IA, 11-12 September 2019. [Semi-Plenary Speaker] [Participants: 100]
  • Zhang, C.*, Marzougui, A., McGee, R., Chen, W., Vandemark, G., and Sankaran, S.*. 2019. Applications of phenomics technologies in pulse breeding, Fairfield Field Day, Othello, WA, 28 June 2019. [Participants: 25]
  • Sankaran, S.*, Sangjan, W., Khot, L.R., and Schroeder, B. 2019. High-throughput sensing of pathogens in potato storage facilities, WSU Potato Field Day, Othello, WA, 27 June 2019. [Participants: 300]
  • Sankaran, S.* 2018. Advances in sensing technologies & data mining approaches in phenomics big data management. 2018 C3 (Climate Change Cluster) Research Colloquium on ‘Algal phenomics’, University of Technology Sydney, Sydney, Australia, 4-7 December 2018. [Keynote Speaker] [Participants: 50]
  • Sankaran, S.* 2018. Role of data mining and machine learning approaches in phenomics big data management. 2018 Microbial and Plant Genomics Institute (MPGI) Fall Symposium on ‘Machine Learning Applications to Phenomics and Genomics’, Minneapolis, MN, 23 August 2018. [Invited Speaker] [Participants: 100]
  • Sankaran, S.* 2018. Sensors for phenomics: Role of automated image processing and machine learning in high-throughput sensing. 2018 Texas A&M Plant Breeding Symposium on ‘The Omics Era – A New Page in Plant Breeding’, College Station, TX, 22 February 2018. [Keynote Speaker] [Participants: 200]
  • Sankaran, S.* 2018. Advances in sensing for high-throughput in-field and postharvest crop phenotyping. Phenome 2018 Conference, Tucson, AR, 14-17 February 2018. [Keynote Speaker] [Participants: 250]
  • Zúñiga1, C.E. *, Jacoby, P., Khot, L.R., and Sankaran, S. 2018. Proximal and remote sensing methods to evaluate vine water status in subsurface and deficit irrigated Cabernet Sauvignon grapevines. 2018 Washington Winegrowers Association Convention and Trade Show, Kennewick, WA, 6-8 February 2018 (Poster). [Participants: 20-30]
  • Sankaran, S.*, and Khot, L.R. 2016. Role of sensor technologies in precision agriculture and high-throughput phenomics. 2nd International Workshop on the Role of Robotics in Precision Agriculture, Lahore, Pakistan, 13 October 2016. [Invited Webinar] [Participants: 60]
  • Sankaran, S.* 2016. Advancing sensing tools and future of phenomics. North American Plant Phenotyping Network (NAPPN) Inaugural Convening Event, Co-hosted by Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research (FFAR) and Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, 29-31 August, 2016. [Invited Talk] [Participants: 170]
  • Sankaran, S.* 2015. Leaf-level to field phenomics: advancements and challenges. PhytoPhenomics: EMSL Workshop in Plant Phenotyping, Organized by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Richland, WA, 12-13 March 2015. [Invited Talk] [Participants: 25]
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