[visionlist] ECVP 2021 ***Deadline Extended*** Now June 13th
ian.thornton at um.edu.mt
Thu Jun 3 08:21:19 -04 2021
ECVP2021 - 22nd - 27th August 2021
The deadline for the submission of Abstracts for ECVP2021 has been extended by one week to the 13th June, 2021.
Please submit your own Abstract and encourage your colleagues to do the same through the ECVP2021 website: https://ecvp2021.org <https://ecvp2021.org/>
The conference will feature original research on all aspects of visual perception, regardless of the scientific discipline (e.g. vision science, psychology, neuroscience, biology, computer vision), addressing fundamental questions as well as applications.
We invite contributions as Talks (15’ including discussion) or Posters to be presented in an online format. Abstracts are limited to a maximum of 250 words (no images, no references). Registration is free, but it is required prior to abstract submission.
We are delighted to announce the names of the three Keynote speakers at this year’s ECVP:
Perception lecture: Professor Jeremy Wolfe, Professor of Ophthalmology and Professor of Radiology at Harvard Medical School.
ECVP lecture: Professor Laurie Wilcox, Professor of Psychology, and member of the Centre for Vision Research at York University, Toronto, Canada.
Rank Prize Funds lecture: Dr. Pieter Roelfsema, Director of the Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience (KNAW) in Amsterdam.
The poster presentations will be available to view during the entire conference and the individual authors will be available for questions and discussion at one or more scheduled times (to be announced).
Please consult our website for more information: https://ecvp2021.org <https://ecvp2021.org/>. We are looking forward to receiving your submission!
Issued on behalf of the ECVP2021 Organising Committee
Tiziano Agostini, Marco Bertamini, Claus-Christian Carbon, Drazen Domijan, Mark Greenlee, Michael Herzog, Cristina de la Malla, Brian Rogers, Kate Storrs, Ian Thornton, Sunčica Zdravkovic
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