2021 Corteva Agricultural Sciences Symposium
Moving Towards Sustainable Agriculture: Leveraging Scientific Innovations to Improve Current Farming Systems
Symposium Date: November 19, 2021
REGISTER HERE: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/corteva-agricultural-sciences-symposium-2021-tickets-167667735711
Student Poster Session
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
Interested participants are invited to register and submit abstracts for poster presentations for the 6th Annual Corteva Agricultural Sciences Symposium at the University of Guelph. Make sure you are registered in the event before submitting an abstract. Abstracts should be sent to the email: email@example.com. The deadline for submission is November 1st, 2021 and presenters will be notified by November 5th, 2021.
Posters will be displayed on the event website and presentations should be pre-recorded. Presentation recordings and posters should be submitted at firstname.lastname@example.org by November 12th, 2021.
General guidelines for abstracts
- Word limit: 250 words
- Include the title, name(s) of author(s) and respective organizations
- Include 5 keywords
General guidelines for poster and video presentations
- Poster dimensions: 16:9 (Regular slide size on PowerPoint)
- Poster format: JPG or JPEG
- Recording time limit: 4 minutes
- Recording format: MP4
- Please be sure to register for the event at:
The 2021 virtual poster presentation format:
Due to the virtual nature of the symposium, poster presentation videos will be pre-uploaded before the event and links will be shared with participants (including poster judges). The one-hour poster session at the day of the event will be reserved for a moderated Q&A period between presenters and the audience.
Contact us at: email@example.com
Meet Our 2021 Symposium Speakers!
Dr. Sindhuja Sankaran
Associate Professor, Washington State University
A researcher in agricultural automation engineering, Dr. Sindhuja Sankaran engages in sensing data-driven discoveries that transform how we study the interaction between crops, genetics and environment to produce sustainable food, fiber and fuels. Based at Washington State University in Pullman, Washington, Sankaran's work focuses on advanced sensor technologies that detect and measure phenotypes in crops, supporting plant breeding, crop plant research, and precision agriculture applications. She has published over 100+ peer-reviewed journal articles including proceeding papers and book chapters and is a member of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers, the National Association of Plant Breeders, the North American Plant Phenotyping Network, and the International Society of Precision Agriculture.
Dr. Mathews Paret
Associate Professor of Plant Pathology, University of Florida
Dr. John Sulik
Assistant Professor, University of Guelph
Dr. John Sulik is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Plant Agriculture with expertise in biophysical remote sensing, agronomy, GIS techniques, and unmanned aerial systems. He has over 10 years of experience applying precision agriculture technology while employed by government, industry, and academia.
Dr. Seth Murray
Professor and Eugene Butler Endowed Chair in Agricultural Biotechnology, Department of Soil and Crop Sciences, Texas A&M University.
Dr. Murray received his PhD from Cornell University and a BS from Michigan State University. His research program focuses on new approaches in high throughput field phenotyping (including unoccupied aerial vehicles, i.e. drones), quantitative genetic discovery, gene to phene data analytics and applied maize (corn) breeding in Texas, as well as perenniality in maize and sorghum. He has released 9 maize lines, some having been licensed and being grown by Texas farmers, including proprietary hybrids for whiskey. A major focus and success of his program is graduate student training, chairing 33 committees and serving on another 32 committees. He has co-authored 80 peer reviewed articles, and served in leadership roles for the American Seed Trade Association (ASTA), the Crop Science Society of America (CSSA), the National Association of Plant Breeders (NAPB) and the North American Plant Phenotyping Network (NAPPN). He is a recipient of both CSSA and NAPB early career research awards, a fellow of CSSA and was twice named a Blavatnik Young Life Sciences finalist. In 2016-2017 he served as the Senior Advisor of Agricultural Systems in the Office of the Chief Scientist at USDA. He founded and serves as Editor of The Plant Phenome Journal, an ASA and CSSA publication.