We are happy to share a new paper by Adrian Wolny and other FOR members about "Accurate and versatile 3D segmentation of plant tissues at cellular resolution". Find more information about it here: https://elifesciences.org/articles/57613DOI: 10.7554/eLife.57613
We are looking for a postdoc in the area of Computational Modelling of Development See the Job section for more details.
We are happy to share that 3 pre-prints reporting exciting new results by the FOR2581 members are now available: (more…)
Close to 120 participants gathered in the Heidelberg old town for an exciting 3 days symposium on Plant Morphodynamics. In addition to an exceptional line up of invited speakers and selected talks, participants enjoyed a very lively poster session and could enjoy well deserved relaxed evenings in the old town. The keynotes lectures given by Rico Coen and Dominique Bergman...
The Research unit Plant Morphodynamics was involved in the recent EMBO / Company of Biologists course on plant live imaging that took place at ItBM in Nagoya (Japan). (more…)
On 26th March 2019 FOR2581 Quantitative Plant Morphodynamics research unit held its 4th meeting at the Technical University of Munich. The group was delighted to have Dr. Célia Baroux as a guest, who held a talk about the contribution of ovule patterning to reproductive lineage establishment in Arabidopsis. In addition, the PIs, PhD students, and postdocs presented the latest results...
The FOR2581 will hold its symposium on quantitative Morphodynamics on September 9th-11th in Heidelberg. We gathered a very nice line up of speakers to discuss plant morphogenesis. All details can be found here.
On 9th October 2018 the FOR2581 Quantitative Plant Morphodynamics research unit held its 3rd meeting at the Centre for Organismal Studies at the University of Heidelberg. The PIs, PhD students, and postdocs presented the latest results of their joined projects and were able to meet and discuss their research. The next meeting is planned for spring 2019 in Munich.
Over three days (16-18.05), members of the Research Unit learned the basics and advanced features of MorphographX and ilastik two of the workhorses used in the consortium to analyse plant organ development. In additions to hands-on tutorials by Adrian Wolny, Aleksandra Sapala, Sören Strauss and Marion Louveaux, participants could process their own data. To release the pressure: visit of the castle...
Invitation to the 11th International PhD School Plant Development (www.plant-development.org). The meeting brings together early career researchers and leading scientists and will take place October 10-12 in Zellingen-Retzbach close to Würzburg, Germany.