[visionlist] ECVP 2009 1st Call for Abstracts

ECVP contact at ecvp.org
Wed Feb 18 07:22:13 PST 2009

Call for Papers
The 32nd European Conference on Visual Perception, ECVP 2009, will take
place from Monday August 24th through to Friday August 28th 2009 in
Regensburg Germany.

ECVP welcomes contributions on all topics of visual and perceptual
sciences, including:

- Visual Psychophysics
- Visual Cognition
- Visual Physiology & Anatomy
- Computational Vision
- Color Vision
- Artificial Vision
- Brain Imaging
- Eye movements
- Multisensory integration
- Perceptual Robotics
- Vision and Haptics

Abstract (max length 200 words) will be published in a special issue of
Perception. In order to submit an abstract, participants should complete
the Conference Registration from the website and proceed to payment, via
the secure Credit Card system (accepting Visa and Mastercard) provided
and guaranteed by the official bank of the conference

The deadline for submitting an abstract is March 31st, 2009. No further
extension will be granted.

Free communications will be either 15 minute (12 min. talk, 3 min
discussion) oral presentations in parallel sessions, or posters.
Several symposia with invited speakers have also been organized, as well
as various satellite events before, during and possibly after the
ECVP conference.

Travel fellowships will be granted competitively to a limited number of
students from EU member states, North America and Asia, and from  
from Africa, South America and some parts of Asia.

The conference will begin with on Monday evening, August 24th with the
Perception lecture, the traditional plenary lecture. This year's
Perception lecture will be delivered by Professor Wolf Singer from the
Max Planck Institute for Brain Research in Frankfurt. The reception will
take place in the historical city center of Regensburg in the Thon
Dittmer Palace. The Rank lecture will be given by Professor Patrick
Cavanagh from Harvard University on Wednesday evening and the Siemens
Imaging lecture will be given by Professor Nikos Logothetis from the
Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics in Tuebingen. All three
keynote lectures will be held in the Audi-Max of the University of
Regensburg (the main venue). There will be city buses to take you from
the University to the Reception Venue.

The slide-presentation and poster sessions will be held at the lecture
halls of the University of Regensburg. Every afternoon there will be a
symposium devoted to current research on a topic of interest.

The area features many tourist attractions, from medieval architecture
to riverside walks, from beer gardens and traditional Bavarian tourism.
Half- and full-day trips will be available from the desk of ECVP fringe
for accompanying persons.

We hope you will join us in the 32nd ECVP to be held in the UNESCO World
Heritage city of Regensburg. For additional information, visit our
website (www.ecvp2009.org) or send us an email: info at ecvp2009.org.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

Bis bald in Regensburg!

Mark Greenlee

Chair of ECVP 2009 Regensburg

Prof. Dr. Mark W. Greenlee
Chair for Experimental Psychology
University of Regensburg
Universitaetsstrasse 31
93053 Regensburg, Germany
Tel: ++49 941 943 3281
Fax: ++49 941 943 3233
email: mark.greenlee at psychologie.uni-regensburg.de
ECVP 2009 in Regensburg:

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