Higher Degree by Research Candidate
School of Agriculture, Food and Wine
Faculty of Sciences, Engineering and Technology
I am trying to detection and prediction of grapevine viral diseases in Australian vineyards by using remote sensing technology.
It is a multidisciplinary research, which involved viticulture, molecular biology, remote sensing, UAV (Drones) and hyperspectral imaging, and machine learning technology.
Date Institution name Country Title The University of Sydney Australia Master of Agricultural Science The University of Melbourne Melbourne Bachelor of Agricultural Science
Year Citation 2023 Wang, Y. M., Ostendorf, B., & Pagay, V. (2023). Detecting Grapevine Virus Infections in Red and White Winegrape Canopies Using Proximal Hyperspectral Sensing. Sensors, 23(5), 2851.
2023 Wang, Y. M., Ostendorf, B., & Pagay, V. (2023). Evaluating the Potential of High-Resolution Visible Remote Sensing to Detect Shiraz Disease in Grapevines. AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF GRAPE AND WINE RESEARCH, 2023, 9 pages.
2022 Wang, Y. M., Ostendorf, B., Gautam, D., Habili, N., & Pagay, V. (2022). Plant Viral Disease Detection: From Molecular Diagnosis to Optical Sensing Technology—A Multidisciplinary Review. Remote Sensing, 14(7), 24 pages.
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2020 Wu, Q., Habili, N., Constable, F., Al Rwahnih, M. A., Goszczynski, D. E., Wang, Y., & Pagay, V. (2020). Virus Pathogens in Australian Vineyards with an Emphasis on Shiraz Disease.. Viruses, 12(8), 1-21.
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2019 Petrie, P. R., Wang, Y., Liu, S., Lam, S., Whitty, M. A., & Skewes, M. A. (2019). The accuracy and utility of a low cost thermal camera and smartphone-based system to assess grapevine water status. Biosystems Engineering, 179, 126-139.
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