IPPS7 (2022): Conference website launched

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2022 is approaching quickly & for IPPN it will be the year of its 7th IPPS. The International Plant Phenotyping Symposium (IPPS) is IPPN’s bi-annual conference, gathering experts & hot-topics in plant phenotyping & reflecting the current state-of-the-art in academia & practice in said space. Originally it was planned to happen in 2021 but given the COVID pandemic which impacted global travels considerably it was moved to September 2022. Now, as the preparations were ramped up again by IPPN & the local organizers from Wageningen University & Research throughout the 2nd half of 2020, the conference website was launched December 22nd.

People are now able to access first-hand information via the URL: www.IPPS7.org. This web-space will provide all the necessary information around IPPS7 for sponsors & attendees to find, so far with the following content:

  • important dates
  • Session Topics & structure
  • Sponsorship information
  • Travel grants

Please note that, given the time until the conference a lot of the information can be subject to change in the upcoming months. In the coming months information will be added as planning continues.

As a next step, the registration & abstract submission will be added in the course of January 2022. For any questions in relation to the IPPS7 feel free to contact the IPPN Office – ippn@plant-phenotyping.org.

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