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Michael Friedli
(Dr. sc. ETH, MSc ETH Agr)

Département des sciences des plantes
Responsable du groupe technique de
production arboriculture
FiBL
Ackerstrasse 113
CH-5070 Frick

Téléphone +41 (0)62 865-7284
Fax +41 (0)62 865-7273
michael.friedli(at)fibl.org

Friedli Michael

Domaines d‘activité

  • Arboriculture et petits fruits

Projets terminés

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Parcours professionnel

  • Depuis janvier 2016 collaborateur scientifique et chef de projet au FiBL
  • 2012 - 2015 Doctorat à l’ETH Zürich. Thème: Establishment and application of phenotyping methods to measure leaf and canopy growth in the laboratory and field.
  • 2009 - 2011 Master en agronomie (Approfondissement: sciences des plantes cultivées), ETH Zürich
  • 2006 - 2009 Bachelor en agronomie, ETH Zürich

Publications

Publications non archivées à Organic Eprints:

  • Friedli, M., Kirchgessner, N., Grieder, C., Liebisch, F., Mannale, M. & Walter, A. (2016): Terrestrial 3D laser scanning to track the increase in canopy height of both monocot and dicot crop species under field conditions. Plant Methods 12:9
  • Kirchgessner, N., Liebisch, F., Yu, K., Pfeifer, J., Friedli, M., Hund, A., & Walter, A. (2017): The ETH field phenotyping platform FIP: A cable-suspended multi-sensor system. Functional Plant Biology
  • Friedli, M. (2015): Establishment and application of phenotyping methods to measure leaf and canopy growth in the laboratory and field. ETH Zürich, Doktorarbeit
  • Najar-Rodriguez, AJ., Friedli, M., Klaiber, J. & Dorn, S. (2015): Aphid-deprivation from Brassica plants results in increased isothiocyanate release and parasitoid attraction. Chemoecology, 25, 303-311. 
  • Friedli, M. & Walter, A. (2014): Diel growth patterns of young soybean (Glycine max) leaflets are synchronous throughout different positions on a plant. Plant, Cell & Environment, 38, 514-524
  • Mielewczik, M., Friedli, M., Kirchgessner, N., Walter, A. (2013): Diel leaf growth of soybean: a novel method to analyze two-dimensional leaf expansion in high temporal resolution based on a marker tracking approach (Martrack Leaf). Plant Methods, 9