[visionlist] AVA Scientific Meeting 2005 on Animal Vision

Natalie Hempel De Ibarra N.Hempel-De-Ibarra at sussex.ac.uk
Wed Jun 15 15:39:22 GMT 2005


*AVA Scientific Meeting *

*Animal Vision*

*University** of **Sussex**, **School** of **Life Sciences, **16th 
September 2005***

The Applied Vision Association is pleased to announce the scientific 
one-day Meeting on Animal Vision will be held at the University of 
Sussex on Friday the 16th of September 2005. Papers are invited on 
different aspects of both invertebrate and vertebrate vision. The 
meeting will focus on following topics:

-         Navigation and motion

-         Object recognition and colour

-         Robot modelling

-         Evolution and Ecology

The submission deadline is 15 August 2005. Oral contributions, posters, 
and demonstrations of results/methods are welcome - please make it clear 
which type of presentation you prefer.Updated information and meeting 
registration are available on the AVA website: http://www.theAVA.net 
<http://www.theava.net/>

For further information and abstract submission (250 words) please contact:

Dr Natalie Hempel de Ibarra   and   Dr Daniel Osorio
Email:    nh45 at sussex.ac.uk      D.Osorio at sussex.ac.uk

University of Sussex
School of Life Sciences
JMS Building, Falmer, Brighton
BN1 9QG, UK
Tel.:   ++44 (0) 1273 872811 Tel.: ++44 (0) 1273 877440

Costs of registration:
AVA members £25,  student members £10, non-members £35, student 
non-members £20
Special offer: membership (usually £25 for life) plus registration
Non-students £45, students £30

The Applied Vision Association (AVA) is a registered charity which aims 
to promote research work in all areas related to vision and to advance 
its application in healthcare and industry.

The AVA's activities include the organisation of regular scientific 
meetings, production of a tri-monthly bulletin, and management of the 
Vision Scientists Memorial Fund, which provides travel and other grants 
to assist junior vision scientists.
A single, one-off payment of  25 UK pounds will secure lifetime 
membership. The benefits of membership are as follows:
- regular receipt of the AVA bulletin by e-mail
- invitation to attend all AVA meetings
- inclusion on the AVA at JISCMAIL.ac.uk address, as a forum for discussion 
about vision-related matters
- eligibility to apply for AVA grants to attend meetings such as VSS and 
ECVP
- annual receipt of a membership list with details of other members' 
interests and contact details, to encourage cross-working.

The AVA would be delighted to welcome new, or renewing, members in to 
its fold. Members should have an active interest in vision and 
vision-related matters, and all membership applications are subject to 
ratification by the AVA's Executive Committee.
Further details, and an application form, may be found on the AVA 
website at http://www.dmu.ac.uk/ava/
For any enquiries, please contact the AVA secretariat:
Tom Troscianko tom.troscianko at bris.ac.uk <mailto:tom.troscianko at bris.ac.uk>
Gillian Porter gillian.porter at bris.ac.uk <mailto:gillian.porter at bris.ac.uk>

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