Adrien Heymans, first author of GRANAR, a computational tool to better understand the functional importance of monocotyledon root anatomy
Current Position: PhD Student at the Earth and Life Institute, UCLouvain, Belgium
Education: Master degree in Bioengineering, agricultural sciences, UCLouvain, Belgium
Non-scientific Interests: trail, outdoor sports, climbing, and camping
Brief bio: I started the PhD journey in 2018 and the adventure is ongoing. The all project is about phenotyping hydraulic features on the plant. In this respect, I work with models and I go from cells-scale to plant-scale. I am particularly interested in ways to promote sustainable farming systems with plants adapted to local conditions. To this end, I am trying to create tools that will allow us to achieve this objective.