[visionlist] 2017 OSA Fall Vision Meeting – Abstract deadline is July 17thPosted: July 10, 2017
The abstract deadline for the OSA Fall Vision Meeting is July 17th (Monday, end of the day). Information about the meeting and abstract submission instructions are below.
Hope to see you in DC,
Arthur Shapiro (American University)
Bei Xiao (American University)
The 17th Annual Optical Society Vision Meeting is scheduled to take place at the Katzen Arts Center at American University in Washington, DC, from the 13th to the 15th of October 2017.
This is a reminder that the abstract submission is open:
Please note the **new** abstract submission deadline is July 17th (Monday), 2017.
The online registration is here:
The early-bird registration deadline is September 5th, 2017. Information about registration and hotels are available on the meeting website.
This year’s meeting includes five invited sessions, three contributed talk sessions, and a variety of contributed poster presentations. We are also pleased to announce two special events this year: Prof. Ken Nakayama from Harvard University will be presented with the 2017 Tillyer Award for distinguished work in the field of vision; and Prof. David H. Brainard from University of Pennsylvania will present the annual Boynton Lecture.
Attendees of Fall Vision can attend OSA Frontier in Optics (FiO) meeting (Sept 17-21 in DC) complimentary for one day and vice versa attendees of FiO can attend Fall Vision Meeting complimentary for one day. Details please see http://ift.tt/2tkECvF
The invited talk sessions include: (1) Applications of High Resolution Retinal Imaging (2) Myopia Development (3) Material Perception (4) From Retina to Extra-striate cortex: Forward Models of Visual Input (5) Lighting, Color Rendering, and Color Vision.
Besides the keynote speaker, the invited speakers includes:
Andrew Pucker, University of Alabama Birmingham
Anya Hurlbert, University of New Castle
Bei Xiao, American University
Brian Wandell, Stanford University
David Huang, Oregon Health and Science University
David Troilo, SUNY College of Optometry
Don Miller, Indiana University
Greg Schwartz, Northwestern University
Ione Fine, University of Washington
Kendrick Kay, University of Minnesota
Lorne Whitehead, University of British Columbia
Machelle Pardue, Georgia Tech
Manuel Spitschan, Stanford University
Mark Fairchild, Rochester Institute of Technology
Michael Landy, New York University
Noah Benson, New York University
Qasim Zaidi, SUNY College of Optometry
Rigmor Baraas, University of Southeast Norway
Shin’ya Nishida, NTT Japan
Stephen Burns, Indiana University
A tentative schedule and description of the invited talk sessions can be found here: