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Projects

European and International Projects

Source de Financement

Acronyme

Période

Thématiques, correspondants

Europe (FP7)

Modextreme

2013-2016

Modelling vegetation response to extreme events

Europe (ERA-CAPS)

Era-Caps

RootBarriers

2014-2017

Plant root diffusional barriers: genesis and implications for nutrient efficiency and stress tolerance

Europe (H2020)

LogoSolACE

2017-2022

Solutions for improving Agroecosystem and Crop Efficiency for water and nutrient use

Europe (FP7)

Whealbi

2014-2018

Wheat and barley Legacy for Breeding Improvement

Agropolis Fondation

FLORIMAIZE

2015-2017

Role of florigen proteins in maize developmental reprogramming under drought stress

Europe (ERA-NET Plus)

MODCARBOSTRESS

2017-2022

Improving models and plant phenotyping pipelines for a smart
agriculture under abiotic stress combination and elevated CO2

KIC-Climat

BARLEY-IT

2017-2019

Decision support system to help farmers reaching maltsters criteria and reduce N2O emissions

National Projects

Source de Financement

Acronyme

Période

Thématiques, correspondants

ANR

CKI-Stress

2013-2017

Role of cell cycle inhibitors in foliar growth plasticity in response to water stress

Agropolis Fondation

EMSACS

2015-2017

Enhancing modelling skills for agronomists and crop scientists

Agropolis Fondation

TOMATE

2015-2018

Integrated model of fruit and leaf growth in tomato

Région

APSEVIR

2016-2019

Adaptation of plants to drought and viral epidemiology

ANR

SWEETKALIGRAPE

Role of potassium and grain quality

Région-FEDER

PHENOPSIS2.0

2016-2019

Building scientific and technological excellence in PHENOPSIS

Agropolis Fondation

APLIM

2015-2018

Development of magnetic resonance technologies (NMR,MRI and nanoprobes) to support integrative biology of plant response to abiotic and biotic constraint

Agropolis Fondation

CULTIVAR

2015-2018

Training in Plant Breeding

INRA

CANISTRELLI

2016-2017

Anisohydric control: stomates and elicited regulationin leaves

SunAgri 2 B

2014-2017

Design and study of agrivoltaic systems to solve land use conflicts between food and energy production

FUI

NV2

2017-2020

Managing nitrogen use from the vineyard to the cellar to control the wine organoleptic properties

 Investments for the Future - ANR

ANR PIA

 

Source de Financement

Période

Thématiques, correspondants

Phenome

2015-2020

PHENOME is a high-throughput phenotyping infrastructure that will equip the French plant community with a network of platforms designed to characterize collections of genotypes of different species for their response to various environmental scenarios associated with climate change

Amaizing

2012-2019

AMAIZING was set up to support the competitiveness of the French maize breeding and production sectors while meeting the expectations of a sustainable and quality production. In an unprecedented effort, AMAIZING combines genotypic and phenotypic approaches using high-throughput analysis techniques to identify factors involved in agronomic traits such as yield, quality and abiotic stress tolerance .

European and International Networks

ERC Constraint

ERC project CONSTRAINTS (PI Cyrille Violle, UMR CNRS CEFE, Montpellier)

Emphasis

European Strategy Forum for Research Infrastructure (ESFRI) for plant phenotyping (EMPHASIS)

EPPN

European Plant Phenotyping Network (EPPN)

AgMIP

The Agricultural Model Intercomparison and Improvement Project (AgMIP)

MACSUR

Knowledge Hub FACCE for Modelling European Agriculture with Climate Change for Food Security (MACSUR)

Réseaux nationaux

Labex Agro

Labex (Laboratory of Excellence) for Agronomy and Sustainable development (Labex Agro)

#Digit Ag

French Digital Agriculture Convergence Lab (#DigitAg)

Plant2Pro

Carnot Institut for innovation to serve the sustainable competitiveness of plant production (Plant2Pro)