[visionlist] Call for 26th meeting of the British Ocular Motor Group (BOMG) on 18th January 2017

With apologies, there was a broken link on the attachment, so hence this message is being sent again…

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We are pleased to announce that the 26th meeting of the British Ocular Motor Group will be held at Cardiff University on 18th January 2017. The conference will
be jointly hosted by the Schools of Optometry & Vision Sciences and Psychology. 

The BOMG aims to bring together researchers from different disciplines whose research involves the recording and analysis of eye movements, including (but not limited to) oculomotor research, ophthalmology,
optometry, brain imaging, developmental psychology, psychophysics, cognitive decision making, cognitive linguistics, computer science, engineering, etc.
 
As in previous meetings, the focus will be to showcase the latest results as well as exchange experiences and methods used across different disciplines, especially within vision research.

Attached you will find details about how to submit your abstracts and a web site for registering for the meeting. 

We look forward to welcoming you to Cardiff…

Jon Erichsen & Aline Bompas

Professor Jonathan T. Erichsen, DPhil

Director of Postgraduate Research

School of Optometry 

     and Vision Sciences

Cardiff University

Maindy Road

Cardiff   CF24
4HQ

 

Tel: (0)29 208 75656

Email: ErichsenJT@cardiff.ac.uk

Academic web site

Yr Athro Jonathan T. Erichsen, DPhil

Cyfarwyddwr Ymchwil Ôl-radd

Yr Ysgol Optometreg 

     a Gwyddorau’r Golwg

Prifysgol Caerdydd

Heol Maindy

Caerdydd   CF24
4HQ 

 

Ffôn: (0)29 208 75656

E-bost: ErichsenJT@caerdydd.ac.uk

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