Bayer Abstract and Poster Competition

2022 Nitrogen Use Efficiency Workshop

Craig Chandler | University Communication


August 1–3, 2022

University of Nebraska–Lincoln
Nebraska Innovation Campus and Nebraska East Union

Posters presented at the 2022 NUE Workshop

Ran Tao University of Illinois Intelligent Agricultural Management with Deep Reinforcement Learning and Crop Simulations
Skye Brugler South Dakota State University Influence of Nitrogen stabilizers and application dates in no-tillage corn production on Nitrogen use efficiency and nitrogen losses to the atmosphere
Dwarika Bhattarai South Dakota State University Prediction of no-till corn N requirement that considers soil health
Christian Uwineza University of Nebraska–Lincoln Use of soil nitrate and ammonium availability to demonstrate the effectiveness of nitrogen inhibitor on corn yield
Tauana Almeida University of Nebraska–Lincoln The impact of grass and legume cover crops on agronomic optimum nitrogen rates for corn and cotton across 15 states
Josefina Lacasa Kansas State University Comparing statistical frameworks to fit critical dilution curves and enhancing in-season N diagnostics
Claudia Quilesfogel-Esparza University of Manitoba Improving In-Season Corn Nitrogen Dressing Using Canopy Sensing
Nishan Khatri University of Nebraska at Omaha AI for fertigation decision
Raedan Sharry Oklahoma State University Winter Wheat Cultivar Affect on Optimum Nitrogen Management
Arshdeep Singh University of Nebraska–Lincoln Evaluation of Corn Nitrogen Recommendation Tools for Improving Nitrogen Use Efficiency
Taylor Cross University of Nebraska–Lincoln An Analysis of Sensor-Based Fertigation Management Determined by Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in Corn Production
Meryem Maatougui Oklahoma State University The effect of Nitrogen application timing on grain yield and protein content in long-term winter fertility studies in Oklahoma
Srinadh Kodali South Dakota State University Effect of cover crop composition on nitrogen requirement in corn and soybean
Anthony Amori University of Nebraska–Lincoln Performance evaluation of conventional and model-based irrigation and nitrogen scheduling tools in farmer’s maize fields
Michaela Smith Oklahoma State University Evaluation of N Source and Timing on Grain Sorghum Yield
Rana Farrasati University of Nebraska–Lincoln Biofertilizer: a promising alternative to increase nitrogen uptake, relative agronomic efficiency (RAE), and oil palm seedling performance
Steven Sawatzky Oklahoma State University Summary of Nitrogen Use Efficiency on Regional Sorghum 2015 – 2021
Laura Thompson University of Nebraska–Lincoln Promoting Adoption of Precision N Management Technologies through On-Farm Research
Larousse Dorissant South Dakota State University Effects of Starter Fertilizer Placement on Corn Nitrogen uptake and Grain Yield
Andrew Ahlersmeyer South Dakota State University Relationships among Nitrogen Fertilizer Rates, Corn Yields, and Soil Properties in South Dakota
Gena Mahato South Dakota State University Soybean Response to Sulfur Application with Balanced Nitrogen Rates
Haitam Moulay Oklahoma State University Evaluation of the ability and the accuracy of different on-the-go soil sensor systems to estimate soil fertility status
Ana Gabriela Morales-Ona Purdue University Effects of Timing and Vegetative Index Selection on the Calculation of In-Season Nitrogen Recommendations Based On Satellite Imagery
Matthew Thomas Oklahoma State University The Summary of Nitrogen Use Efficiency of Regional Corn
Nicolas Giordano Kansas State University Late-season nitrogen application increases grain protein concentration and is neutral for yield in wheat. A global meta-analysis
Paula Garcia Helguera Kansas State University Soil mineral nitrogen and moisture interactions as affected by Nitrogen management

(If registering, simply click the back button on your browser to return to autosaved registration.)

You can participate in the event by sharing your research findings related to Nitrogen Use Efficiency.

Abstract Guidelines

Abstract must be between 250 and 500 words.

Abstract suggestions:

  • State the problem,
  • provide background, if needed,
  • present your key findings to address the problem,
  • state the significance of the research, and
  • make your writing as clear as possible.
  • International Units are encouraged.


Provide three to five keywords, separated by comma, and use words not included in the title.

Abstract Template:

Download Abstract Template

Deadline for abstract submission has been extended to JULY 15!

After your abstract is accepted you will receive a confirmation email and directions on how to submit your poster.

Poster Guidelines

Three posters will be selected by judges to receive an award (1st $400, 2nd $300, 3rd $200). Judges will evaluate the abstract, the poster, the 1-minute presentation, and the poster session to make the selection of the three winners. The poster format must be 48" in height x 36" in width. There is no template for the poster. We only ask to add the event information image.

Download Event Info Poster

A PDF version of the poster needs to be uploaded in the following Google Submission Form, no later than Aug. 1 at 6 p.m. Central Time, and will be made available for download on the Workshop website after the event. Select session: “Bayer Poster Competition: Poster in PDF Format”


Details for 1-Minute Rapid Presentation

On Aug. 2 from 2:55 to 3:20 p.m., all poster authors will have the opportunity to present their abstract in 1-minute rapid presentation in the main auditorium. A two-slide presentation can be used to support the 1-minute talk. The presentation must have only one slide with title, authors, and affiliation and a second slide with content to support their 1-minute talk.

Download Template

Please upload your presentation using the following Google Form no later than Aug. 1 by 6 p.m. Central Time. Select the session “Bayer Poster Competition: Presentation for 1-minute Rapid Talk”


Poster Display and Presentation

The author will bring their poster printed. The Poster Session will be on Aug. 2 from 3:20 to 5:00 p.m. Poster presenters should be present during this time. Posters need to be set up beginning at 8 a.m. on Aug. 2. Posters may remain in place through the morning of Aug. 3 and should be removed by Noon. Supplies to attach the poster to boards will be available at the conference registration desk. Posters left on display past this time will be removed by workshop staff.

Poster competition winners* will be announced on Aug. 3 at 12:20 p.m.

*Winners will be asked to complete the paperwork needed before leaving the conference to receive their check awards.

If you don’t want to participate in the poster competition, you can still present the poster in the Workshop. Please, let us know.

Thanks for being part of the 2022 NUE Workshop!

Questions? Contact Guillermo Balboa at .

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