Summer School on Image Analysis for Plant Phenotyping

Are you looking for a complete overview of image analysis techniques for automatic plant phenotyping? The Summer School will provide a mixture of underlying theory and practical hands-on training. You will have the chance to work on actual plant image analysis issues. These problems will challenge you to use and merge the theory in practice.

Organised by Wageningen Academy

Mon 24 June 2024 until Fri 28 June 2024

Duration 5 days
Price EUR 2,980.00

Why follow this Summer School?

After following this Summer School, you know about the latest insights in imaging techniques applied to plant phenotyping. Furthermore, you can apply it in daily practice in your experiments.

If you want to experience, learn and get a ‘picture’ of the state of art related to current imaging technologies and analysis tools this is the place to be. My expectations on this were fullfilled in all aspects! A group of enthousiastic teaching staff from WUR but also from abroad made this all possible for a group of 11 nationalities.
Nanne Faber, (Enza Zaden), participant 2018

Is this Summer School for you?

This Summer School is designed for two groups: researchers studying automatic phenotyping and technical experts in breeding companies. Both groups use or plan to use image analysis. If you have doubts about whether you belong to the target group or have enough relevant basic knowledge, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Programme & topics

The main topics that will be addressed are:

  • Image acquisition
  • Noise filtering
  • Segmentation and image shape features
  • Machine learning
  • Deep learning
  • 3D vision
  • Imaging, data and practicals

Practical information

€2,980 per person for the industry and €1,950 for PhD students. The course fee covers tuition, course materials, lunches, coffee/tea, refreshments and a welcome dinner.

Group size
For this Summer School, we allow max. 35 participants.

More information & Registration

Register for the Summer School on Image Analysis for Plant Phenotyping or download the flyer.