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THEME 2016/2017 : BIOINFORMATICS FOR GRAPE QUALITY

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CONFERENCES REPORTS

Paris, March 31, 2017
NEW TOOLS FOR MONITORING GRAPE QUALITY
New tools and new indicators to characterize quality from grape to wine
Sensors, data analysis, decision making tools
Paris, April 8th, 2016
DEFINITION, ANALYSIS AND MONITORING OF WINE QUALITY
New tools and new indicators to characterize quality from grape to wine
Integration in a decision process to respond to product objectives
Paris, March 13rd, 2015
GRAPEVINE DEADLOCK DISEASES
Worldwide Investigation Synthesis
Paris, April 04th, 2014
STRATEGIES FOR REDUCING VINEYARD INPUTS
Priority measures – Actions in progress
Paris, March 08th, 2013
STRATEGIES FOR REDUCING INPUTS TO WINEGROWING
Interaction between vine physiology, vineyard management and disease progression
Precision viticulture and new equipment
Paris, March 09th, 2012
PARTNERHIPS FOR INNOVATION
Which partnership strategies for R&DI projects in the wine sector?
Paris, March 11th, 2011
RECENT PROGRESS IN WINE SENSORIAL PERCEPTION
New findings and their applications
Paris, March 12th, 2010
THE FUTURE OF THE WINE BUSINESS
Strategies of adaptation to the new era of the world
Paris, March 13rd, 2009
GENOMICS AND GRAPEVINE IMPROVEMENT
New opportunities for the wine sector
Paris, March 07th, 2008
STRATEGIES TO ACCESS LARGE INTERNATIONAL WINE MARKETS
Study of true-life experiences - Brands and geographic denominations
Paris, March 14th, 2007
TERROIR EFFECT
Technics & markets
Paris, March 10th, 2006
LATEST TECHNICS TO IMPROVE THE MONITORING OF GRAPEBERRY RIPENING
Paris, March 11th, 2005
GLOBAL EVOLUTION OF WINE-MAKING PRACTICES
Interactions between goverment regulations,trade,consumer demand and new technologiesactuels
Paris, March 18th, 2004
REDUCTION OF VITICULTURE INPUTS
Existing technological responses to the evolving international regulations and current technical bottlenecks
Paris, April 4th, 2003
WORLD VINE GROWING FACE A EVOLUTION OF The CLIMATE
(French version only)
Paris, November 22th, 2002
PRECISION VITICULTURE - ADVANCED EQUIPMENTS AND SOFTWARES