[visionlist] FECHNER DAY 2022 -- Update

Geoff Patching geoffrey.patching at psy.lu.se
Sun May 29 09:58:33 -04 2022

***Apologies for cross-posting***

**Fechner Day 2022 -- 38th Annual Meeting of the International Society 
for Psychophysics**
**Lund, Sweden, Aug 23-26, 2022**

Dear friends and colleagues:

Thanks to all who have submitted a paper or abstract to Fechner Day 
2022. We are still looking for further contributions to our conference.
Though the deadline for submission of papers and summaries for the 
Proceedings book is June 30th, we would like to already start developing 
the schedule. So, even if you are not yet ready to submit your paper - 
please send us an email < fd2022 at psy.lu.se > with the name(s) of the 
author(s), title, and preference for oral or poster presentation. Send 
us the title of your presentation by June 5th, 17:00 (CET) at the 
latest, so we can start developing the schedule.

Submissions should consist of scholarly work addressing topics 
including, but not limited to, perception, sensation, neuroscience, and 
mathematical modelling of these processes.

The scientific schedule and abstracts will be made available from the 
conference's website < www.fechnerday.com/fd2022 >.

Send your submission by email to < fd2022 at psy.lu.se >.
All submitted papers and summaries are peer reviewed. Authors will be 
notified quickly, typically within two weeks of submission, whether the 
work is acceptable for presentation or not.

Also, encourage your students to come to the conference and present 
their work. The ISP meetings are well known for their friendly spirit 
and stimulating atmosphere, so this is a great opportunity for students 
to enter the field and test their abilities.

If you have students who would like to attend, they may apply for travel 
grants. The student should submit a CV, a brief summary of his/her 
presentation (an abstract up to 150 words for a free talk or a poster 
submission can be reused), and the amount requested. You (the sponsor) 
should write a brief supporting message.  The application should be 
submitted to the International Society for Psychophysics (ueda [at] 
design.kyushu-u.ac.jp) by Thursday, 30 June 2022, 17:00 (CET).

Potential stipends are limited to those who are presenting; please be 
sure to submit both a stipend application to the Society and an abstract 
of a free talk or a poster to the organizers. The policy of selection is 
that undergraduate students are given first preference, then graduate 
students can be considered depending on the budget left. Typically, post 
docs are not eligible. The size of stipends has been $400 for same 
continent applicants and $800 for those from different continents.

As for other information (accommodation, submission guidelines, 
registration options, special events, etc.), please visit the 
conference's website regularly for news and updates < 
www.fechnerday.com/fd2022 >.

On behalf of the program & organization committee:
Geoff Patching

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