[visionlist] Next conference "Light and Color in Nature" 15-19 July 2019, Bar Harbor, Maine, USA.

Javier Hernández Andrés javierha at ugr.es
Fri Jan 11 05:25:36 -05 2019

Dear colleagues,

The next Light and Color in Nature scientific conference will be held 
from 15-19 July 2019 at the College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor, Maine 
on the east coast of the United States. The conference organizing 
committee is pleased to announce that registration, review of proposed 
talk abstracts, and reservations for optional on-campus lodging are now 

Our home website ishttp://lightandcolorinnature.org which links to a 
page with conference details and sign-up links 

The topics addressed at the meeting include, but are not limited to, the 
following: Rainbows; Halos; Glories; Coronas; Iridescence; Sky color and 
polarization; Atmospheric visibility; Refraction effects; Crepuscular 
rays; Contrast phenomena; Clouds; Optics of lightning; Sun and moon; 
Stars; Auroras; The green flash; Mirages; Shadows;
Optics of dust, soil and rocks; Colors created by absorption and 
scattering in water and air; Color and light on and in water; 
Iridescence and colors in biology and geology; Atmospheric optics in 
history and archaeology; De-weathering; Seeing the appearance of nature; 
Computational techniques for calculating and rendering optical effects 
in the atmosphere and landscape; Sensors and imaging techniques for 
nature phenomena; Lab experiments; etc.

For several decades, the Optical Society of America (OSA) has published 
a feature issue in one of its peer-reviewed journals (e.g., Applied 
Optics) that includes expanded versions of some Light and Color 
conference talks. We will continue this tradition by asking OSA after 
the 2019 conference to issue a call for papers on the topics listed on 
the Light & Color homepage, and we expect that accepted papers will be 
published in 2020.

  Raymond Lee
Research Professor
U. S. Naval Academy
email: lightandcolorinnature at gmail.com

Prof. Javier Hernández Andrés
Department of Optics
Universidad de Granada

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