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ReMIX H2020 - Intercrops

Four "Remixers" strengthen their experimental skills in Tuscany

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The project participants attended the International Summer School on Methods to System Experiments held in Volterra (Italy), June 23-28 2019

This international training event was organized by INRA, with the support of ACTA, JHI, and the Sant’Anna University, under the umbrella of ENDURE (http://www.endure-network.eu/).

The objectives of the summer school were:

i) to strengthen the scientific nature of system experiments through a solid methological corpus;

ii) learn how to build an experimental design taking into account the objectives, hypotheses and data analysis;

iii) share the difficulties encountered in analysing the data collected in system experiments and proposing appropriate solutions;

iv) build an international culture with shared representations on system experiments.

19 participants coming from 5 continents attented a set of varied lectures given by agronomists specialized in system experiments and data scientists, and actively participated to 3 teamworks and a field visit to get hands-on experience. Let’s bet that they will put in practice very soon their new knowledge in their activities within ReMIX!

REMIX INTERCROPS tuscany 4 remixers

Four Remixers visiting the MASCOT long term experiment of Sant’Anna University (Pisa, Italy) during the international summer school on methods to system experiments held in Volterra (Italy), June 23-28 2019. From left to right: Ane Aare (ReMIX PhD student, RUC, WP1); David Camilo Corrales Muñoz (Remix post-doc, INRA, WP5); Jean-Noël Aubertot (ReMIX coordinator and co-organizer of the summer school, INRA); Nicolas Carton (post-doc, SLU, WP2); Daniele Antichi (Assistant professor, Pisa University and responsible for the MASCOT experiment).