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 7th International Plant Phenotyping Symposium:

"Plant Phenotyping for a Sustainable Future"


The 7th International Plant Phenotyping Symposium, brings together a multidisciplinary science community of plant biologists, ecologists, engineers, agronomists and computer scientists. In a rich and diverse networking environment we foster knowledge exchange, collaboration and innovation.

IPPS 2022 will serve as a platform to discuss and realize options to harness the power of plant phenotyping and contribute to a sustainable future. This international conference brings together prominent speakers from around the globe and offers an excellent network opportunity for companies and other partners from the private sector.


The International Plant Phenotyping Symposium is a conference jointly organized by:

 The International Plant Phenotyping Network

Wageningen University & Research (WUR)

The Nethelands Plant Eco-Phenotyping Centre (NPEC)


Registration & Abstract sumission

Registration Rates  & Important Deadlines




 Jointly organized by:






News & Updates: 

27-30 September, 2022 in Wageningen

(Please mind that pre-conference events will already start on 

Monday, September 26


Don't forget to book you accomodation!!!

(We have put together some  hotel suggestions here. Be sure to provide the respective booking codes for discount)


Submission- ,  Speaker- & Poster Guidelines

IPPS7 Sessions & Topics

Preliminary Program

Workshops & Side Events

Coronavirus and rules for entering the Netherlands


The official opening of the NPEC facilities will co-incede with the beginning of the 7th International Plant Phenotyping Symposium:

Celebrate the NPEC opening together with us on the pre-conference day, on Monday September 26th !!!


Scientific Committees


International scientific organizing committee:

  •           Stefan Gerth, Fraunhofer (IIS), Germany
  •           Robert Koller, Forschungszentrum Juelich (IBG-2), Germany
  •           Mark Müller Linow, IBG-2, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
  •           David Rousseau, University of Angers, France
  •           Thomas Altmann, IPK Gatersleben, Germany
  •           April Agee Carroll, Purdue Univ., USA
  •           Maxime Bombrun, Scion, New Zealand
  •           Lin Cao, Nanjing Forestry University, China
  •           David Pont, Scion, New Zealand
  •           Tony Pridmore, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
  •           Hanno Scharr, IAS-8, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
  •           Scott Chapman, University of Queensland, Australia
  •           Michelle Watt, University of Melbourne, Australia
  •           Malcolm Bennett, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
  •           Kioumars Ghamkhar, AGResearch, New Zealand
  •           Heiner Kuhlmann, University Bonn, Germany
  •           Gregoire Hummel, Phenospex b.v., Netherlands          





Local scientific committee:

(all members of the local scientific committee are affiliated to Wageningen University & Research, Netherlands)

  • Fred van Eeuwijk 
  • Leo Marcelis 
  • Luisa Trindade 
  • Paul Struik
  • Eldert van Henten
  • Corné Pieterse 
  • George Kowalchuk 
  • Mark Aarts 
  • Gerlinde de Deyn 
  • Jeremy Harbinson 
  • Elias Kaiser
  • Gert Kootstra 
  • Rumyana Karlova 
  • Viola Willemsen
  • Silke Hemming
  • Gerrit Polder