Australian Plant Phenomics Facility
The Australian Plant Phenomics Facility (APPF) is a cross-institutional facility involving two quite different, but highly complementary research centres; The Plant Accelerator in Adelaide and the High Resolution Plant Phenomics Centre in Canberra.
The Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) provides advice to the Executive Management Committee (EMC) in a number of operational, strategic and scientific areas to assist the effective operation of the Facility. The SAB is comprised of:
The Executive Management Committee (EMC) sets the strategic direction of the APPF. The EMC, which involves key management personnel of the APPF and the chair of the SAB, is responsible for ensuring the successful and integrated design and operation of the facility, its effective management, governance and community research service outcomes, and for setting then achieving milestones, and appropriate fiscal management of the facility.
The APPF User Group provides user feedback to support the continuous improvement of the APPF's capabilities. The annual User Group Workshop discusses scientific projects undertaken at the facility, scientific and technological developments and future directions, infrastructure needs, networking and funding opportunities.
The University of Adelaide
Last Modified 16/10/2017 Helli Meinecke
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