Seminar: 'Access to (Plant) Data'

Published on
December 5, 2017

The group Access to Data of the strategic theme Big Data within Wageningen Plant Research would like to draw your attention to the seminar “Access to (plant) data”.

The seminar will address the role of Big data in plant research, give (practical) insights on the role of FAIR data management and data stewardship for every researcher, and which role the recently started Wageningen Data Competence centre will play in this. The program is completed by Cyril Pommier (INRA, France), which will give a perspective on Distributed Plant Phenotyping data integration.

Registration for the event is not necessary, but an email indicating you are joining the drinks to would be appreciated for logistic reasons.

Date: Monday December 11th 2017
Location: Orion building; Room: C2050


13:00 Opening Richard Finkers
13:10 Cyril Pommier (INRA) - Distributed Plant Phenotyping data integration: challenges and feedback from French and international consortiums
13:55 Peter Frans de Jong - Towards a more data driven fruit production
14:15 Corne Kempenaar - Smart data use in precision arable farming: lessons learnt in R&D projects
14:35 Thomas Been - Akkerweb: geo-platform for advisory and research
14:55 Coffee/Thee break
15:30 Patrick Hendrickx - The sunny side of Linked Data; Collection of weather data from other sources belong that belongs to a field trail
15:50 Johan Booij - FAIR farmers data and it’s challenges
16:10 Henk Janssen - AgroDataCube as an open big data warehouse for arable farming
16:30 Willem Jan Knibbe - The role of the Wageningen Data Competence Center (WDCC)
16:50 Drinks