[visionlist] Reminder: Student travel fellowships for the "Active Vision" Symposium, May 19-22, 2022

Michele Rucci mrucci at ur.rochester.edu
Wed Mar 2 10:34:52 -05 2022


We are pleased to announce the availability of student travel 
fellowships, sponsored by the National Science Foundation, for attending 
the University of Rochester's Center for Visual Science Symposium on 
Active Vision.

To apply, please complete the application form at the link below and 
send it via email (contact-cvs at cvs.rochester.edu) together with a 
one-page statement of research interests and curriculum vitae. Two 
letters of recommendation should be also emailed separately to the same 
address.

For details, see: 
https://www.cvs.rochester.edu/symposium/travel-fellowships.html

The deadline for applying is *March 5, 2022*. Notification of funding 
will be communicated by *March 21, 2022*.

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The *32nd Center for Visual Science (CVS) Symposium: “Active Vision*” 
will be held in person on *May 19-22, 2022* at the *University of 
Rochester, NY*.

*Website, registration & logistics:* 
http://www.cvs.rochester.edu/symposium/index.html

*Confirmed Speakers & Discussion Leaders: 
*http://www.cvs.rochester.edu/symposium/program.html

*Abstract Submission:* the deadline for submitting an abstract for a 
poster is March 5, 2022 
(https://www.cvs.rochester.edu/symposium/abstracts.html). Abstract 
acceptance will be notified by March 21, 2022

*Organizers:* Jude Mitchell, Martina Poletti, and Michele Rucci

Under natural conditions, visual processes unfold in the incessant 
presence of motor behavior, as visually-guided actions contribute 
shaping up the input signals to the retina.  Active vision, the study of 
vision in the context of natural motor behavior, has grown and expanded 
greatly in recent years, in part due to advances in computational power, 
display technology, and tracking of body movements. This symposium will 
focus on the indissoluble bond between vision and action. It will cover 
a broad array of tightly related topics, including: the visual 
consequences of various types of body movements, the role of motor 
activity in extracting and processing visual information, and the 
visuomotor strategies for controlling behaviors such as locomotion, 
reaching, and grasping. By bringing together a diverse array of 
viewpoints and creative methodological approaches to the study of the 
visual system in action, this symposium aims to uncover common 
principles of visuomotor computation, identify promising research 
directions, disseminate knowledge on recent advances in the field, and 
attract and help forming a new generation of researchers.

This is the 32nd symposium of the biennial series organized by The 
Center for Visual Science (CVS) at the University of Rochester 
(https://www.cvs.rochester.edu). CVS symposia are highly interactive 
meetings with a group of invited speakers and an audience of 100-200 
participants. Scientific sessions include talks and poster 
presentations.  Ample time is given for debates of ideas and hypotheses, 
with sessions specifically dedicated to general discussions and a 
program designed to promote interactions. Because of their highly 
interactive nature, CVS symposia provide great opportunities for 
students and post-doctoral fellows to engage in deep discussions with 
leading scientists in the field.
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