VisionScienceList: Call for Abstracts, VSS 02

From: Tom Sanocki (sanocki@chuma.cas.usf.edu)
Date: Tue Dec 04 2001 - 20:29:07 GMT

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    The VisionScienceS Society is committed to progress in understanding vision,
    and its relation to cognition, action and brain. We have established a
    multidisciplinary meeting where both new and established investigators can
    present their work in a relaxed, informal setting. For last year's program,
    see http://www.vision-sciences.org/meeting.htm

    Call for Abstracts VisionScienceS 02

    Abstract Submission for the second annual meeting of the VisionScienceS
    Society is available December 1 through December 12th.

    The meeting will be May 10-15, at the Hyatt Regency in Sarasota, Florida,
    USA. Abstracts should be submitted at the new VSS Web site,
    http://www.vision-sciences.org

    Registration for the meeting will be possible soon; the deadline for
    Registration is February 15.

    Instruction for Abstract Submission are posted at the web site and copied
    below.

    Tom Sanocki
    Ken Nakayama

    VSS 02 Organizers

    Instructions for Abstract Submission (Deadline December 12, 2001)
     
    Each individual may submit one Abstract. The submitter should be the
    senior author and the presenter. (Individuals can be non-first authors on
    other Abstracts.) Accepted Abstracts will be published in the meeting
    program and in the on-line Journal of Vision.
     
    Each Abstract will be reviewed confidentially by members of the Abstract
    Review board, and recommended for Spoken or Poster Sessions. Because
    spoken presentations are often preferred, reviewers will rate talk
    priority, weighing the submission in terms of importance, novelty, and
    generality of interest. Additional weighting will be given to those who
    did not speak last year. Submissions with insufficient scientific merit
    will be rejected.
     
    Abstracts are limited to 2000 characters (including spaces) which is
    approximately 250 words. An additional 100 spaces are allowed for
    funding acknowledgements. Since Abstracts will be published (in Journal
    of Vision) and subject to copyright, duplicate submissions to other
    meetings is not permitted.
     
    Please complete your submission carefully, in the same format as the
    examples. Much of the submitted information will appear in Journal of
    Vision. Also note that you can include a URL (web address) for an on-line
    version of your presentation.

    Vision ScienceS Society
    Annual Meeting: May 10-15, 2002
    Sarasota, FL

    www.VisionScienceS.org
    www.Vision-sciences.org

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