[visionlist] Please post this one-day meeting announcement. Many thanks, Andrew

Stockman, Andrew a.stockman at ucl.ac.uk
Fri Dec 21 07:35:18 -05 2018



A reminder that the Colour Group (GB) will be holding their January vision meeting on Wednesday 9th January 2019 in B200 at City, University of London from 10:00 until 18:00. This year we have another exciting program of talks.


Chromatic and achromatic pathways underlying the perception of motion in depth. Alex Wade, University of York.

Cambridge Research Systems sponsored lecture 2019: Cone opponent signals in electro-retinographical responses. Jan Kremers, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg

Luminance and chromatic spatial contrast sensitivity at high light levels. Sophie Wuerger, University of Liverpool.

Chromatic distortions in images of natural scenes. Ben Jennings, Brunel University.

Discriminating hue and discriminating purity. John Mollon, University of Cambridge.

Palmer Lecture 2019: The dimensions of color vision. Karl Gegenfurtner, Giessen University.

Colour and greyscale: perceptual and computational insights. Marina Bloj, University of Bradford.

Mapping colour names in cone excitation space. Dimitrios Mylonas, UCL.

Searching for evidence of cortical entrainment to colour appearance models in the adult human brain. Andrew Thwaites, University of Cambridge.

What is white under coloured lights? Achromatic settings in immersive illuminations. Gaurav Gupta, University of Newcastle.

Register on-line at http://www.colour.org.uk/meetingJanuary19.php

Colour Group Members: £35, Non-members: £55, Students Colour Group Members: £15, Students Non-Members of the Colour Group: £25. Lunch and Granville tea included.

Contact a.stockman at ucl.ac.uk<mailto:a.stockman at ucl.ac.uk> for further details.

Happy Holidays!

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