[visionlist] Applied Vision Association (AVA) Christmas meeting 2018 at Birkbeck, London

Alex Shepherd ubjta95 at mail.bbk.ac.uk
Wed Dec 5 04:32:04 -05 2018

Dear all

Apologies for cross-posting.

Here is the line up of talks for the Applied Vision Association (AVA)
Christmas meeting on Monday December 17th at Birkbeck, University of
London, in the Clore building. A map is here:
The Clore is building number 2.

We have a great set of speakers, terrific posters and exhibitions in the
downstairs foyer of the Clore from three artists (Shelley James, Philip
O'Reilly, Lucy Somers).

Please register on-line if you have not already done so at:

All welcome!

Best wishes,



Session 1
*11:00 - 11:30 Invited talk:* *Ute Leonards, University of Bristol, UK.
"The impact of the visual environment on locomotion."*
11:30 – 11:50 Hugh Wilson, *Centre for Vision Research, York University,
Toronto, Canada. “**Voluntary production of hyperchaotic visuomotor
11:50 - 12:10 *David Watson*, Michael Akeroyd, Neil Roach & Ben Webb,
of Nottingham, UK.* *“Spatial multisensory recalibration operates over
distinct timescales.”*
12:10 – 12.30 Chris Tyler, *City, University of London, UK. “Accelerated
cue combinations for multi-cue depth perception.”*


Session 2
*14:00 - 14:05 Presentation of the David Marr Award to Jenny Bosten*
*14:05 - 14:35 Jenny Bosten, University of Sussex, UK. **"Calibrating
colour perception to visual environments.”*
14:35 - 14:55 *Miaomiao Yu* & Alex Wade, *University of York, UK.
“Frequency domain classification of chromatic SSVEP signals.”*
14:55 - 15:15 *Dimitris Mylonas*, Andrew Stockman & Lewis Griffin, *Department
of Computer Science and Institute of Ophthalmology,* *UCL. “Basic colour
terms are indispensable.”*


Session 3
*16:00 - 16:30 Invited talk:* *Annette Allen, University of
Manchester. **"Redesigning
visual displays to understand melanopsin’s contribution to vision."*
16:30 – 16:50 *Alexandre Reynaud*, Jiawei Zhou, Yeon Jin Kim, Kathy Mullen
& Robert Hess, *McGill University, Canada. “Chromatic and achromatic
monocular deprivation reveals separate pathways at the site of adaptation.”*
16:50 - 17:10 *Mengxin Wang*, Timothy Ledgeway & Paul McGraw, University of
Nottingham, UK. “Changes in sensory eye dominance following short-term
monocular deprivation result from reduced inter-ocular suppression of the
deprived eye.”
17:10 - 17:30 *Andrej Bicanski* & Neil Burgess, Institute of Cognitive
Neuroscience, UCL, UK. “A computational model of visual recognition via
grid cells.”


Dr Alex Shepherd
Reader, Department of Psychological Sciences
Tel: +44 20 7631 6212

*Perception lab on-line study: Tracking the migraine cycle: everyone is
welcome to participate whether you do, or do not, get migraine*
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