[visionlist] Save the dates: MODVIS '23, May 18-19

Jeff Mulligan jbmull at gmail.com
Mon Nov 14 12:38:23 -04 2022

We are pleased to announce that the VSS satellite workshop on Computational
and Mathematical Models in Vision (MODVIS) will take place in person, just
preceding VSS, on May 18-19.  We will announce a call for abstracts as soon
as our website is ready to accept them.  We are currently planning on a 1.5
day workshop, like in 2022.  We have the option to extend the workshop to
2.5 days, as was the case before the COVID pandemic, but we will not do
this unless we know for sure that the additional speaking slots will be
filled.  Therefore we are asking potential presenters to let us know *by
November 18th* if they are certain or likely to submit, so that we can get
a rough idea of how many speaking slots will be needed.  If we receive
enough responses by the end of the week to justify adding an additional
day, we will make an general announcement on November 21st, if-and-only-if
a third day will be added.

We are considering having *one invited symposium* this year, and would
welcome suggestions with title and possible speakers that should be sent
via email to the organizers.

For the latest information about MODVIS '23, please visit the MODVIS
website at https://www.conf.purdue.edu/modvis/.

Happy Modeling!

on behalf of the MODVIS organizing committee:

Marianne Maertens (TU Berlin)
Jeff Mulligan (Freelance vision scientist)
Zygmunt Pizlo (UC Irvine)
Anne Sereno (Purdue University)
Qasim Zaidi (SUNY College of Optometry)
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