[visionlist] 2022 International Colour Vision Society Meeting - ABSTRACT DEADLINE MARCH 15th
panorgiasa at neco.edu
Wed Mar 2 11:55:03 -05 2022
The abstract submission deadline for the 26th meeting of the International Colour Vision Society (www.icvs2022.org <http://www.icvs2022.org/>) is fast approaching on March 15th 2022.
The meeting will take place in Heraklion, Greece, from July 1st to July 5th, 2022. The conference will offer invited talks, oral and poster presentations, and social and cultural events to promote networking. At the moment, we are concentrating our efforts on an in-person event. However, we are closely monitoring the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, and we will make any necessary adjustments if needed.
We invite you to submit an abstract in any of the following topics: Acquired deficiencies of colour vision, chromatic mechanisms, colour cognition, colour in occupational environments, colour induction and constancy, colour in mesopic conditions, colour naming, colour vision assessment, comparative colour vision, congenital colour vision deficiencies, digital reproduction of colour information, ecology of colour vision, effects of aging on colour vision, electrophysiology of colour processing, functional imaging and colour vision, genetics of colour vision, object-surface properties, material perception, peripheral colour vision, physiology of colour vision, unique hues, variability in colour vision. Other topics of interest to the Society are, of course, welcome.
A JOSA A feature issue in Color Vision has been announced (see here <https://opg.optica.org/josaa/journal/josaa/feature_announce/cv2023.cfm>) that will span basic-science and applied approaches to the study of color vision, including perception and psychophysics, physiology and anatomy, functional imaging, genetics, and color-vision deficiencies. The issue is intended to attract submissions based on presentations at the 2022 ICVS meeting, however, paper submission is open to all other researchers in the related areas. All papers need to present original, previously unpublished work, and will be subject to the normal standards and peer-review process of the journal.
On behalf of the Organizing Committee,
Thanasis Panorgias, PhD
Associate Professor of Vision Science
New England College of Optometry
Maria Makridaki, PhD, Foundation for Research and Technology - Hellas, Greece
Dimitris Mylonas, PhD, University College London & Goldsmiths, University of London, UK
Thanasis Panorgias, PhD, New England College of Optometry, USA (Chair)
Sotiris Plainis, PhD, University of Crete, Greece
Neil Parry, PhD, Manchester Royal Eye Hospital, UK
Jack Werner, PhD, University of California Davis, USA
Claudia Feitosa-Santana, PhD, Neuroscience for Human Development, Brazil
Jasna Martinovic, PhD, University of Aberdeen, UK
Maureen Neitz, PhD, University of Washington, USA
Thanasis Panorgias, PhD New England College of Optometry, USA (Chair)
Miltiadis Tsilimparis, MD, University of Crete, Greece
Michael Webster, PhD, University of Nevada Reno, USA
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