# Crop Model Summer Workshop in Beijing (2020)

In the Crop Model Summer Workshop in Beijing 2020 organized by Professor Liping Feng, China Agriculture University, I would present our works with title Crop model: a bridge from genotyping to phenotyping about

• high throughput phenotyping using unmanned aerial vehicle
• integration genetic information into crop modeling
• application of crop model in climate adaptation

## Suggested reference

• Zheng et al. 2012. Breeding for the future: what are the potential impacts of future frost and heat events on sowing and flowering time requirements for Australian bread wheat (Triticum aestivium) varieties
• Zheng et al. 2013. Quantification of the effects of VRN1 and Ppd-D1 to predict spring wheat (Triticum aestivum) heading time across diverse environments
• Chenu et al. 2013. Large-scale characterization of drought pattern: a continent-wide modelling approach applied to the Australian wheatbelt – spatial and temporal trends
• Zheng et al. 2015. Frost trends and their estimated impact on yield in the Australian wheatbelt
• Lobell et al. 2015. The shifting influence of drought and heat stress for crops in Northeast Australia
• Duan et al. 2017. Dynamic monitoring of NDVI in wheat agronomy and breeding trials using an unmanned aerial vehicle
• Hu et al. 2019. Pixel size of aerial imagery constrains the applications of unmanned aerial vehicle in crop breeding
• Hammer et al. 2020. Designing crops for adaptation to the drought and high‐temperature risks anticipated in future climates
##### Bangyou Zheng
###### Data Scientist / Digital Agronomist

a research scientist of digital agriculture at the CSIRO.