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 Keynotes

Toward a Next Generation of Crop Models

J. W. Jones

Plenary Keynote Session I

Integrating crop physiology and modelling with genetic improvement

G. Hammer – S. Chapman – E. van Oosterom – G. Mclean – A. Borrell – D. Jordan

Plenary Keynote Session II

What does the Paris Agreement mean for crop-climate modelling?

A. Challinor

Plenary Keynote Session III

Models for crop diseases: an overview of approaches and scales to design a research agenda

S. Savary ‐ L. Amorim ‐ A. Bergamin Filho ‐ T. Caffi ‐ N. Castilla ‐ A. Djurle ‐ P. Esker ‐ K. Garrett ‐ N. McRoberts ‐ V. Rossi ‐ A. Sparks ‐ L. Willocquet ‐ J. Yuen

Plenary Keynote Session IV

How do we become champions for transforming agri-food systems?

A. Dobermann

Plenary Keynote

Modelling crops and cropping systems – evolving purpose, practice and prospects.

B. Keating – P. Thorburn

Plenary Keynote

The role of crop modelling in agricultural research

M. Kropff

Plenary Keynote

Final Plenary - Crop Modelling for Agriculture and Food Security under Global Change

F. Ewert

Final Pleanary

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 Oral Presentations

Linking a phosphorus module to CSM-CERES‐Sorghum and evaluating it for West African conditions

M. Adam – K. A. Dzotsi – G. Hoogenboom – P. C. S. Traoré – C. H. Porter – H. F. W. Rattunde – W. L. Leiser – E. Weltzien – J. W. Jones

Session I

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A wheat model with detailed account of C and N metabolism

R. Barillot – C. Chambon – B. Andrieu

Session I

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Enhancing cropsyst for intercropping modeling

B. Carlson – R. Sommer – B. Paul – C. Stöckle

Session I

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The SoilC&N model: simulating short- and long-term soil nitrogen supply to crops

M. Corbeels

Session I

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SAMARA: A crop model for simulating rice phenotypic plasticity

M. Dingkuhn – U. Kumar – M. R. Laza – R. Pasco

Session I

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Evaluation of the STICS soil-crop model for modelling arable intercrops

N. Gaudio – D. Ripoche – M. Launay – H. Tribouillois – E. Justes

Session I

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Testing and improving the responses of wheat models to heat stress at anthesis and grain filling

B. Liu – S. Asseng – L. Liu – L. Tang - W. Cao – Y. Zhu

Session I

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Modelling sorghum yield response to heat stress and irrigation: A comparison of three crop growth models

J. B. Naab – H. Webber – T. Gaiser – F. Ewert – P. L. G. Vlek

Session I

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Field data based derivation of Process descriptions in crop growth models. Is there still room for improvement?

A. M. Ratjen - H. Kage

Session I

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Assessment and comparison of leaf area modeling approaches for Maize

D. Timlin – S.-H. Kim – K. Dzotsi – M. Tollenaar – S. Kumudin – H. Yang – G. Maddonni –J. Lizaso- D. Fleisher – F. Tardieu – A. Kemanian – B. Quebedeaux – K. Boote – C. Stockle

Session I

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Crop responses to atmospheric CO2 concentrations: diversity, parameterization and validation in crop models

E. Vanuytrecht – P. Thorburn

Session I

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Canopy temperature for simulation of heat stress in irrigated wheat in a semi-arid environment: a multi-model comparison

H. Webber - P. Martre - S. Asseng - B. Kimball - J. White - M. Ottman - G. W. Wall - G. De Sanctis - J. Doltra - R. Grant - B. Kassie - A. Maiorano - J. E. Olesen - D. Ripoche - E. E. Rezaei - M. A. Semenov - P. Stratonovitch - F. Ewert

Session I

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Simulating the impact of winter conditions on the survival and yield potential of winter wheat

A. de Witt – R. P. Rötter – T. Palosuo – A. K. Bergjord– O. Virchenko – A. Kleshenko

Session I

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Integrating xylem and phloem fluxes into whole-plant models for simulating fleshy fruits

J. Zhu – Z. Dai – P. Vivin – G. Gambetta – N. Ollat – M. Henk – S. Delrot

Session I

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Integration of crop models into breeding programs

S. Chapman – B. Zheng – M. F. Dreccer – G. Hammer – D. Jordan – K. Chenu

Session II

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Designing wheat ideotypes for a changing climate

M. Semenov - P. Stratonovitch

Session II

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Sugarcane genetic trait parameter estimation

A. Singels - N. Hoffman - A. Paraskevopoulos - S. Ramburan

Session II

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A trait-based breeding pipeline: Trait dissection, phenotyping, modelling to guide breeding/management

V. Vadez – J. Kholova – K. Sivasakhti – M. Thudi – G.L. Hammer

Session II

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Improving crop models by incorporating photosynthetic biochemistry to support crop yield improvement

A. Wu – A. Doherty – G. Hammer

Session II

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Risk analysis and yield potential of rice in Bihar, India

Balwinder Singh

Session III

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A modelling approach for assessing environmental and economic impacts of agri-environmental schemes to enhance soil C sequestration and reduce pollution risks.

J. M. Blazy – C. Barlagne – J. Sierra

Session III

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Simulating the effects of water stress on grassland dynamics – a challenge for current grassland models

P. Calanca  – M. Meisser – Z. Vuffray – C. Deléglise – E. Mosimann

Session III

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Using Earth Observation and ancillary data sources as alterative to household surveys for regional integrated assessments

W. Durand – D. Cammarano – O. Crespo – W. A. Tesfuhney

Session III

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Past and future weather-induced risk in crop production

J. Elliott

Session III

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Assessing Regional food security in the U.S. using crop models

D. H. Fleisher – J. P. Resop – D. J. Timlin – V.R. Reddy

Session III

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Climate impacts on grain maize in Switzerland – Do the results from three different modelling approaches agree?

A. Holzkämper – P. Calanca – M. Honti – J. Fuhrer

Session III

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Integrated crop water management might sustainably halve the global food gap

J. Jägermeyr – D. Gerten – S. Schaphoff –J. Heinke – W. Lucht

Session III

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Towards systematic evaluation of crop model outputs for global land-use models

D. Leclère - L. B. Azevedo - R. Skalský - J. Balkovič - P. Havlík

Session III

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Global gridded crop model evaluation: benchmarking, skills, deficiencies and implications

C. Müller – J. Elliott – J. Chryssanthacopoulos – A. Arneth – J. Balkovič – P. Ciais – D. Deryng – C. Folbert – S. Hoek – T. Iizumi – R. C. Izaurralde – C. D. Jones – N. Khabaro – P. J. Lawrence – W. Liu – S. Olin – T. A.M. Pugh – D. K. Ray – A. Reddy – C. Rosenzweig – A. C. Ruane – G. Sakurai – E. Schmid – X. Wang – A. de Wit – X. Wu

Session III

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Addressing uncertainty in model input and evaluation data

K. Nicklin – A. Challinor

Session III

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Assessing uncertainty in bio-economic farm models: the importance of simulated crop yield and price changes on farm plans and gross margins

P. Reidsma – Y. Tsutsumi – A. Kanellopoulos

Session III

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The AgMIP cordinated climate crop modeling project (C3MP) – uncertainty in climate response across 1100+ crop modeling sets

A. C. Ruane – S. P. Mcdermid – T. Mavromatis

Session III

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Uncertanty due to GENOTYPE and Management in wide-area maize simulations

E. Teixeira – G. Zhao– J. de Ruiter – H. Brown – A.-G. Ausseil – E. Meenken – F. Ewert

Session III

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Assessing agroecosystems’ Vulnerability and risk regarding extreme weather events

F. M. Vanwindekens – A. Gobin – V. Planchon

Session III

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A framework for evaluating uncertainty in crop model predictions

D. Wallach – P. Thorburn –S. Asseng – A. J. Challinor – F. Ewert – J. W. Jones – R. P. Rötter – A. Ruane

Session III

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Uncertainty in simulating N uptake and N use efficiency in the crop rotation systems across Europe

X. Yin – K. C. Kersebaum – C. Kollas – C. M. Armas-Herrera – S. Baby – N. Beaudoin – M. Bindi – M. Charfeddine – T. Conradt – I. G. de Cortazar-Atauri – F. Ewert – R. Ferrise – H. Hoffmann – M. Lana – M. Launay – R. Manderscheid – K. Manevski – B. Mary – W. Mirschel – M. Moriondo – C. Müller – C. Nendel – I. Öztürk – T. Palosuod – D. Ripoche-Wachte – R. P. Rötter – F. Ruget – B. Sharif – D. Ventrella – H.-J. Weigel – J. E. Olesen

Session III

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APSIM Next Generation, an improved environment for crop model development and deployment

H. Brown - D. Holzworth - Neil Huth - Al Doherty - Edmar Teixeira

Session IV

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A generic coupled crop-disease model to analyze climate change effects on leaf rust of wheat

J. Caubel - M. Launay – D. Ripoche – D. Gouache – S. Buis – F. Huard – L. Huber – F. Brun

Session IV

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A promising tool to model heterogeneity in crop systems: functional-structural plant modelling

J. de Vries – J. B. Evers

Session IV

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Effects of climate change and adaptation on crops and livestock in mixed farming systems in southern Africa

K. Descheemaeker – P. Masikati – S. Homann-Kee Tui – O. Crespo

Session IV

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Modelling agricultural management in multi-model simulation systems

M. Donatelli – S. Bregaglio – T. Stella - G. Fila

Session IV

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Classifying simulated wheat yield responses to changes in temperature and precipitation across a European transect

S. Fronzek - N. Pirttioja - T. R. Carter - M. Bindi - H. Hoffmann - T. Palosuo - M. Ruiz-Ramos - F. Tao - M. Trnka - M. Acutis - S. Asseng - P. Baranowski - B. Basso - P. Bodin - S. Buis - D. Cammarano - P. Deligios - M.-F. Destain - B. Dumont - F. Ewert - R. Ferrise - L. François - T. Gaiser - P. Hlavinka - I. Jacquemin - K. C. Kersebaum - C. Kollas - J. Krzyszczak - I. J. Lorite - J. Minet - M. I. Minguez - M. Montesino - M. Moriondo - C. Müller - C. Nendel - I. Öztürk - A. Perego - A. Rodríguez - A. C. Ruane - F. Ruget - M. Sanna, M. Semenov - C. Slawinski - P. Stratonovitch - I. Supit - K. Waha - E. Wang - L. Wu - Z. Zhao - R. P. Rötter

Session IV

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The abiotic and biotic impacts of climate change on potato agriculture

S. Jennings - A.-K. Koehler - S. Sait - A. Challinor

Session IV

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Intercomparison of models for simulating timothy yieldin northern countries

P. Korhonen – T. Palosuo – M. Höglind – T. Persson – M. van Oijen – G. Jégo – P. Virkajärvi – G. Bélanger – A.-M. Gustavsson

Session IV

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Framework to Advance Climate Economic and Impacts Investigations with Information Technology

C. Porter – J. Elliott – W. Xiong – M. Zhang – D. Kelly – A. Brizius – R. Montella – R. Madduri – I. Foster – J. W. Jones

Session IV

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Use of remote sensing data to determine stress factors for the SALUS model

U. Schulthess – Z. U. Ahmed – J. T. Ritchie

Session IV

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Filling caveats in yield gap analysis

M. van Ittersum – R. Schils – W. van der Werf – G. Fang - G. van de Ven – A. van der Linden – L . Woittiez - T. Rhebergen – M. van Noordwijk

Session IV

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