[visionlist] 33rd International Pupil Colloquium. 2nd - 4th October, Murcia (Spain)

Pablo Artal pablo at um.es
Mon Jan 28 06:08:43 -05 2019


Dear colleagues and friends,

For over 60 years, Pupil Colloquia have brought together experts from 
around the world who study pupillary responses in humans and animals. 
Each meeting includes presentations on external (e.g. light intensity, 
colour, visual patterns, pain, etc) and internal (e.g. cognitive, 
arousal, attention, sleep, etc) influences on pupillary responses in 
normal individuals, as well as human clinical studies of afferent, 
efferent, and central pupillary pathways. The interest in the science 
and applications of the pupil is continuously increasing with more and 
more potential applications in different fields. We will be welcoming 
participants from basic and applied research with a variety of approaches.

The 33rd Pupil Colloquium is open to everyone! The Colloquium will be 
held from October 2-4, 2019 in Murcia, Spain. A key feature of this 
single-session meeting is the relaxed atmosphere with all participants 
encouraged to present and discuss their work either as a talk or a 
poster. A number of prominent invited speakers have confirmed their 
assistance and will provide tutorial style revision of the field.

Abstract submission deadline: 15 June 2019

The Colloquium is organized by the Laboratorio de Optica de la 
Universidad de Murcia (LO·UM). The conference will be located in the 
center of the city of Murcia, located in the south-east of Spain, 400 km 
from Madrid and 50 km from the Mediterranean coast. There are plenty of 
cultural and recreational opportunities in the area, including beaches, 
nature areas and historic monuments. Murcia can be accessed through the 
Murcia and Alicante airports or by train from Madrid.

The 33rd Pupil Colloquium is open to everyone!

Mark your calendar! See you in Spain!

Pablo Artal
33rd International Pupil Colloquium Chair

http://eventos.um.es/29739/detail/33th-international-pupil-colloquium.html



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