27–31 August 2017 | BERLIN, Germany

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40th European Conference on

Visual Perception ECVP 2017

Call for Abstracts | submission deadline: 15 April 2017

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ABSTRACT SUBMISSION

  • Your abstract should comprise a maximum of 250 words. Additionally, you will be asked to submit a 'teaser' i.e. a brief abstract summary of max. 50 words.
  • To submit an abstract to ECVP 2017 means that you agree that it possibly will be published both in online and print media.
  • You will be asked for the topic your abstract belongs to (min. 1 topic., max. 2 topics).
  • You will be asked whether it is a talk or a poster abstract.
  • Deadline for abstract submission is the 15 April 2017.
  • Pay now. Your abstract will only be considered for presentation if you are registered and your conference fee is paid.

PLEASE NOTE

In order to register or to submit an abstract for ECVP 2017, you have to open an account at Converia online system. If this is your first time on this website, you will be asked to create a new account. If you have already an account please login; in case you forgot you user name, please contact the conference secretary (ecvp2017(at)fu-confirm.de). Should you have forgotten your password, please retrieve a new one (left-hand menu).

VSAC 2017: Please submit your abstracts for VSAC NOT here but via the VSAC 2017 website: https://vsac2017.org/

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TOPICS

1. 3D vision, depth, binocular vision, rivalry

2. Aging and development

3. Applied vision

4. Attention & visual search

5. Colour vision

6. Computational vision

7. Eye movements

8. Face perception

9. Lightness, brightness & contrast

10 Memory & cognition

11. Motion (incl. biological motion)

12. Multisensory perception

13. Natural images & scene perception

14. Object recognition

15. Perception & action

16 Perceptual learning

17. Perceptual organisation, segmentation and grouping

18. Research methods

19. Spatial vision

20. Time perception and temporal processing

21. Vision & art