Location

Memorial Student Center (MSC) • Bethancourt Grand Ballroom • Room 2300 CDE

 

Texas A&M University • College Station, Texas

Guests driving to the symposium are encouraged to park in the hourly paid visitor parking at the University Center Garage. 

Most Aggie Spirit Bus routes stop at the Memorial Student Center. 

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Thursday, February 22

(Live streamed on webinar - Registration required)

7:30                 Student Poster Competition

Participants and Judges only

8:00                 CHECK-IN / ON-SITE REGISTRATION

8:30                Welcome – Graduate Student Organizing Committee

8:40                Dr. Jason Rauscher, DuPont Pioneer

Introduction to the Plant Sciences Symposia Series

8:55                 Dr. Duke Pauli, University of Arizona

Phenomics: Illuminating the Genetic Basis of Cotton Resiliency

9:45                 Dr. Sindhuja Sankaran, Washington State University

Sensors for phenomics: Role of automated image processing and machine learning in high-throughput sensing

10:35               COFFEE BREAK

10:50               Katie Rogers, University of Florida

Characterization and Induction of Early Flowering in Citrus

11:00               Mahendra Bhandari, Texas A&M University

High Throughput Phenotyping of Foliar Disease Resistance in Wheat

11:10               Nicholas Ace Pugh, Texas A&M University

Temporal estimates of crop growth in sorghum and maize breeding enabled by unmanned aerial systems

11:20               Surj Sapkota, University of Georgia

Identification of a Major QTL Conferring Resistance to Leaf Rust in Wheat cultivar AGS2000

11:30               Anna Castro, Texas A&M University

SbNAC “D” developmentally regulates programmed cell death mediated aerenchyma formation in sorghum stems

11:40               POSTER SESSION     

12:30               LUNCH

1:40                 Dr. Keerthi Rathore, Texas A&M University

From Conception to(wards) Deregulation of Ultra-low Gossypol Cottonseed:
A 21-year-long Odyssey

2:30                 Dr. John Van Hemert, DuPont Pioneer

From Satellites to Sequencing: How Omics Fits Into the New Industrial Digital Agriculture

3:20                 COFFEE BREAK

3:40                 Dr. Aaron Lorenz, University of Minnesota

Exploring genomic prediction for crop improvement:
Broadening the reach of evaluation

4:30                  Closing Remarks – Graduate Student Organizing Committee

4:45                 ADJOURNED

6:00                 Evening Social and Awards Ceremony

Cafe Eccell

4401 S Texas Ave,

Bryan, TX 77840