[visionlist] JMO: Special issue in Physiological Optics

Luis Diaz-Santana l.diazsantana at gmail.com
Fri Oct 13 23:18:35 GMT 2006


Dear Colleague,

The 3rd European Meeting in Physiological Optics hosted by the  
Applied Vision Research Centre at City University this summer, was a  
great success. The quality of presentations was of very high standard  
and in a large variety of topics in this very active research area.  
In order to consolidate the impact of this meeting in the field, a  
special issue on Physiological Optics is being prepared by the  
Journal of Modern Optics. The issue is open to all members of the  
scientific community, and it is not limited to those who attended the  
meeting.

This special issue will accept papers in all aspects of physiological  
optics, including, but not limited to:

Limits of visual performance
Models of the human eye
Quality of Ocular Optics
Dynamics of Ocular aberrations
Developments in Adaptive Optics for Ophthalmology and Visual Science
Wavefront sensing in the eye
Ophthalmic Instrumentation
Polarising properties of the human eye
Animal models

Submissions are open until the 15th of December. Papers published in  
this issue will be completely free of cost, including a limited  
number of colour prints. When submitting a paper, please ensure the  
words "Special Issue in Physiological Optics" are included next to  
the title. Guidelines for submission to the Journal of Modern Optics  
can be found in this link:

http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/authors/tmopauth.asp

Sincerely yours
Dr Luis Diaz-Santana
Chairman of the 3rd EMPO



Luis Diaz-Santana
Department of Optometry and Visual Science
City University, Northampton Square
London, EC1V 0HB, UK.
http://www.sharpeye.org/

Tel: +44 (0)20 7040 8335
Fax: +44(0)20 7040 8355
e-mail: luisd at city.ac.uk




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