Vision Researchers Colloquium

We are delighted to announce this year's Vision Researcher's Colloquium is now open for abstracts. The deadline for submissions has been extended to Monday 14th May, 5pm.

For more details and to submit your paper, please visit Eventbrite. Numbers are strictly limited, and successful applicants will be notified w.c. 21st May.

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This annual one-day event, led by Bristol Vision Institute (BVI) at the University of Bristol in collaboration with the Universities of Bath, Exeter and Cardiff, brings together vision researchers from all disciplines from a wide range of disciplines.

The colloquium provides an ideal opportunity for postgraduate students, postdoctoral research associates and others at an equivalent career stage, to present their work and obtain valuable feedback in an informal conference environment.

Submissions are invited from all areas of Vision Science and Engineering, including, but not limited to Biology, Psychology, Engineering, Computer Science, Medicine, Physics, Mathematics and the Creative Arts.

The aim is to strengthen local cross disciplinary links in vision science but the workshop is open to anyone and in the past have had attendance from across the UK and beyond. The colloquium is specifically intended to provide an opportunity for postgraduate students, postdoctoral research associates and others at an equivalent early career stage, to present their work and obtain valuable feedback in an informal conference environment.

Vision Researchers Colloquium 2018

Tuesday, 3rd July 2018
University of Bristol
Keynote speaker - Jenny Read, Professor of Vision Science, Institute of Neuroscience, Newcastle University www.jennyreadresearch.com

"Of mantids and men: Stereoscopic (3D) vision in humans and insects"

Contact

To keep up to date about up coming seminars, lectures and events and to join our mailing list please email

bvi-enquiries@bristol.ac.uk

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