Update: Workshop Lysimeter – Sap Flow – IoT, Munich/Freising, 18th – 20th March 2020

Take the opportunity and register for the scientific and practical workshop with all about:

  • weighable lysimeters
  • ecotrons
  • sap flow
  • stem/leaf psychrometers
  • IoT (LoraWAN)

The workshop location is at:

Hofbrauhauskeller Freising
Lankesbergstr. 5
85356 Freising

Registration and workshop fee:
With registration the fee is 225 € for full registration and 150 € for students (75 € / 50 € for one day).
The workshop fee includes lunches, coffee and cake and the participation of the Bavarian evening.

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Program -UPDATE-

Wednesday, March 18th

09:00 – 10:00 REGISTRATION

10:00 WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION

Sascha Reth, UGT, Germany

10:15 LYSIMETERS AND ECOTRONS – OVERVIEW AND CASE STUDIES

Sascha Reth, UGT, Germany

11:00 COFFEE BREAK

11:30 LYSIMETERS – LOWER BOUNDARY AND SOIL MONOLOTH EXCAVATION

Stefan Engelhardt, UGT, Germany

12:15 SPECIAL APPLICATIONS AT LYSIMETER RESEARCH

Christian Heerdt, UGT, Germany

13:00 LUNCH

14:00 DUAL-POINT-DENDROMETER – TRACKING GROWTH, WATER STATUS, AND OSMOTIC PROCESSES IN TREES

Roman Zweifel, Zweifel Consulting, Switzerland

14:30     CONCEPT OF A COMBINED HYDROLOGICAL AND TREE PHYSIOLOGICAL MONITORING AT CORE LEVEL II PLOTS IN BAVARIA 

Stephan Raspe, Bavarian State Institute of Forestry, Germany

15:00     COFFEE BREAK

15:30    APPLICATIONS IN MONITORING PLANT WATER STATUS USING SAP FLOW AND WATER POTENTIAL         

Ben Umali, ICT International, Australia

16:15     INSTALLATION OF SAPFLOW AND PSYCHROMETER SENSORS

19:00     BARVARIAN EVENING

OPENING WITH BRASS ENSEMBLE, MUSIC SCHOOL FREISING

Thursday, March 19th

09:00 INFUENCES OF GREEN ROOFS – A COMPARISON TO CONVENTIONAL ROOFS

Johannes Haus, Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences, Germany

9:30 FLUX ESTIMATES AT THE DRY SIDE OF THE WATER CYCLE – OBSERVATIONS FROM LYSIMETER STATIONS IN A MEDITERRANEAN ECOSYSTEM

Sinikka Paulus, Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, Germany

10:00 IMPROVING BIOENERGY YIELD UNDER DROUGHT STRESS FROM FIELD TO LAB

Esther Singer, EcoPOD Science Program Lead in Environmental Genomics and Systems Biology, Berkeley, USA

10:30 COFFEE BREAK

11:00 ECOLOGICAL STUDIES TOWARD FUTURE SUSTAINABLE AGROECOSYSTEMS

George Kowalchuk, Utrecht University, Netherlands

11:30 LYSIMETER STUDY ON TRANSPORT AND DEGRADATION BEHAVIOR OF POLYFLUOROALKYLSUBSTANCES

Ann-Sophie Heldele, Bavarian Environment Agency, Germany

12:00 LUNCH

13:00 SOIL PROCESSES AFFECTED BY IRRIGATION WITH EITHER TREATED OR UNTREATED WASTEWATER IRRIGATION: A LYSIMETER EXPERIMENT IN MEXICO

Christina Siebe, UNAM, Mexico City, Mexico

13:30     Soil HYDRAULIC LIMITATIONS TO TRANSPIRATION

Andrea Carminati, Mutez Ahmed, Gaochao Cai, University of Bayreuth, Germany

14:15    COFFEE BREAK

Field tripp (outdoor shoes required):

14:45     DEMONSTRATION OF UNDISTURBED EXCAVATION OF MONOLITHS AND

                READY-TO-GO INSTALLATION

16:15     JOINT TOUR: THE NEW ECOLAB AND MODERN LAB LYSIMETER

17:30     BEER & BREZN

Friday, March 20th

9:00 IoT SYSTEMS FOR SOIL, PLANT AND ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING

Sam Fisher, ICT International, Australia

9:45 CONFIGURING IoT NODES AND NETWORKS

Toby Partridge, ICT International, Australia

10:30 COFFEE BREAK

11:00 COOLING URBAN HEAT ISLANDS – MEASUREMENTS ON THE THERMAL REGULATION EFFECTS OF URBAN GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE

Laura Stratopoulos, Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences, UGT, Germany

11:30 ANALYZING ECOSYSTEM FUNCTIONAL RESPONSES BY COMBINING EDDY COVARIANCE, LYSIMETERS, SAP FLOW AND FIELD SPECTROSCOPY: THE MANIP EXPERIMENT

Mirco Migliavacca, Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, Germany

12:00 PRACTICAL SESSION: BUILDING UP AN IoT NETWORK

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