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Thom A. Richards will introduce the novel VSI-Bartz minirhizotron UHD camera systems at the 2018-2019 SSSA International Soils Meeting.
22. July 2018
Thom A. Richards will introduce the novel VSI-Bartz minirhizotron camera systems at the AGU Fall meeting this winter
12. July 2018
VSI-Bartz successfully introduced our new MR camera systems to researchers at the 10th Symposium of the International Society of Root Research (ISRR10)
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MAKING ACADEMIA-INDUSTRY COLLABORATIONS WORK
Research collaborations are becoming increasingly common. Several research grants and career advancement opportunities are directly linked to research collaboration.
Collaborations in research come in many forms, including co-authorship, research network building, joint research, and research partnerships. Early career researchers, in particular, stand to gain a lot from collaborations, either by getting involved in existing research groups, or by looking for collaborators whose skills are complementary to theirs. In a recent webinar from ELSEVIER, researchers will get an good idea how (and why) to collaborate with industry, how international collaborations work, and how to create a sustain research collaborations over time. Vienna Scientific fully commits to cross-sectoral collaboration and is actively searchers for R&D partners from academia.
"FUTURE ARCTIC" PROJECT FUNDED
Vienna Scientific Instruments is happy to confirm that the "FutureArctic" project within the EU call H2020-MSCA-ITN-2018 was accepted for funding. Many thanks to the consortium leaders at University of Antwerp for excellent coordination during proposal phase! We are looking forward to collaborate with 14 partner organisations in this great project - pushing forward our knowledge on C cycles in arctic ecosystems and contributing to the cross-sectoral training of a future generation of European researchers! Within the consortium, VSI will lead efforts to automatise root imaging in situ under arctic climates and to develop new methodologies to facilitate automatic root segmentation using hyperspectral imaging in minirhizotron studies. Read more about the project FutureArctic.
CROSS SECTIONAL COLLABORATION WITH ENGINEERING COLLEGE MODLING
Together with the engineering college HTL Mödling we are engaged in a new R&D project, developing a cost efficient stand-alone IRGA system for continued soil CO2 efflux measurements in situ. Together with six junior engineers we will develop the mechanics, sensors and software in the course of 2018. We are very excited to work with these enthusiastic and skilled students and their teachers towards the Knowledge Society.
WELCOME TO THE NEW HOME OF "VSI POWERED BY BARTZ TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION"
2018 brings about exciting changes for Bartz Technology Corporation.
In my personal quest to provide our customers the best products available for their incredibly unique and varied needs... I am very pleased to announce that we are now working in conjunction with an amazing group of talented people at Vienna Scientific Instruments (VSI) based in Austria.
By combining all of our years of expertise and knowledge in the field of Minirhizotron /Agricultural /Insect/Soil research possessed by both companies we are now poised to create cutting edge and affordable solutions to a wide variety of problems that face the research community.
Our group of Mechanical/Software/Electrical engineers have years of cumulative experience and no job , no matter how challenging , should be out of our reach. Please contact us today to discuss your needs.
VSI /CEO: Mr. Liaqat "Lucky" Seehra & BTC / CEO: Mr. Thom A. Richards meet in Vienna, Austria in February 2018
"Novel Manual and Automatic HD Minirhizotron Camera Systems to Facilitate MR use in Plant Sciences"
We are excited to be submitting an abstract on automatic Minirhizotron systems and participating in this years ISRR (Chaired by our old friend " Yoni" Jhonathan Ephrath).
Meeting our product designers and engineers at the 48th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland (GfÖ) in our hometown Vienna to discuss i) specific VSI products, ii) your needs in regard to custom-made research hardware, and iii) potential cross-sectoral collaboration in future research projects. We will be available at our booth at the venue place or you can schedule a meeting (11.-13. SEP 2018) ahead of time. Welcome to Vienna!
The EGU General Assembly 2018 will once again bring together geoscientists from all over the world to one meeting covering all disciplines of the earth, planetary and space sciences. Please contact us to schedule a meeting during the EGU 2018 General Assembly. Our engineers are available from 9th (Monday) to 13th (Friday) of April 2018 at the Austria Center Vienna to discuss your needs regarding custom-made research hardware. Get in contact, and a have a great time and successful meeting in Vienna!
Many thanks to André M. Chagas from the Center for Integrative Neurosciences at the University of Tübingen, Germany for featuring Vienna Scientific Instruments at the 6th Bernried retreat conference, June 7th to 9th 2017, Germany. Vienna Scientific is and stays committed to accessible scientific products for everyone!
We are happy to announce that we developed a new imaging platform for minirhizotron systems. The new module will be used for all unidirectional types of MR camera systems - from manual indexing handle-systems to fully automated MR cameras. This will allow using a standardized user interface for all models and thus enhance usability for customers. Happy root imaging!
Between April 23-28, 2017 the EGU General Assembly 2017 will again bring together geoscientists from all over the world to one meeting in Vienna.
If you are attending the EGU 2017 and are interested in custom-made scientific instrumentation or our product portfolio, Vienna Scientific Instruments would be delighted to meet you at the conference venue or elsewhere in the city. Please get in contact to schedule a time and place!
Thanks to all visitors for the interest in Vienna Scientific Instruments and good discussions with Liaqat and Florian!