[visionlist] 20th Symposium of the International Colour Vision Society (ICVS09): Early registration deadline approaching

Sérgio Nascimento smcn at fisica.uminho.pt
Thu Mar 26 03:36:28 PDT 2009


Early registration deadline is quickly approaching for the 20th Symposium of
the International Colour Vision Society (ICVS) that will take place in the
University of Minho, Braga, Portugal, from Friday July 24th to Tuesday July
28th, 2009.

**Early registration and abstract submission deadline is April 1st!**

The meeting will encompass fundamental, applied, and clinical aspects of
research into colour vision, ranging from the molecular to the cognitive. In
addition to the keynote presentation, there will be topical symposia, along
with individual contributions reflecting the diversity of interests of the
members of the ICVS, who include physiologists, psychologists, physicists,
engineers, geneticists, optometrists, ophthalmologists and other related
professionals with interests in colour vision and colour-vision
deficiencies.

A social and cultural programme will allow participants to relax and
interact informally between sessions and will include visits to some of the
most beautiful areas of northern Portugal, most notably the Douro valley,
where the grapes for Port wine are grown.

For more information go to the meeting website
(http://labcolour.fisica.uminho.pt/icvs) or contact Sergio Nascimento
(smcn at fisica.uminho.pt).

Scientific program overview:
Invited speakers:
Arthur Shapiro, Bucknell University
Bevil R. Conway, Wellesley College, MA
David M Hunt, Institute of Ophthalmology University College London Peter
Vukusic, University of Exeter Thomas Wachtler-Kulla, Philipps-Universitat
Marburg
Henrik Wann Jensen, University of California, San Diego
Peter Vukusic, University of Exeter

Historical talk:
Lagerlunda
J. D. Mollon and L. Cavonius

Symposia:
Colour vision and the statistics of natural scenes
organizer: David H Foster, The University of Manchester

Colour perception and art
organizer: Sergio Nascimento, Minho University

Genetics and pigments
organizer: James K Bowmaker, Institute of Ophthalmology University College
London

Interactions of color and shape variations in material perception
organizer: Qasim Zaidi, State University of New York

Temporal aspects of color vision
organizer: Andrew Stockman, Institute of Ophthalmology University College
London

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Sergio Nascimento
Department of Physics
University of Minho, Braga, Portugal
smcn at fisica.uminho.pt




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