27–31 August 2017 | BERLIN, Germany

Celebrate with us

40th European Conference on

Visual Perception ECVP 2017

ECVP 2017

The 40th European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP) took place in Berlin (Germany), from August 27th to 31st, 2017. With about 1200 fellow vision scientists coming to the Hauptstadt, this has been the biggest ECVP yet. As organizers of this meeting, we were impressed by the large number of contributions that allowed us to put together an amazing program. In three parallel tracks and across four days, we hosted over 200 talks in 12 symposia and 24 talk sessions, and more than 750 posters in 7 poster sessions. We also consider ourselves lucky that we could win Nava Rubin and Shin’ya Nishida for inspiring Perception and Rank Prize lectures, respectively. In addition, we used the opportunity to create a new format that we hope will catch on in the years to come — the Keynote Dialogue, in which two speakers present their opposing views on a fundamental question in vision science. This year, we enjoyed a stimulating and entertaining session in which Brian Scholl and Merav Ahissar discussed the question “Does cognition penetrate perception?”

In this abstract band, you will find the summary of each of these contributions. We hope that the ECVP 2017 in Berlin stays with you for a long time. We certainly keep a fond memory of this meeting.

The organizing team:

Official host of ECVP 2017

How to cite the abstract band:

Author Surname, First Initial. Second Initial. (2017, August). Title. Poster session presented at the European Conference on Visual Perception 2017, Berlin, Germany. Retrieved from URL: http://journals.sagepub.com/page/pec/collections/ecvp-abstracts/index/ecvp-2017 on [Date]



We would like to thank Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, the official host of this year's ECVP, for making this event possible. In particular, we benefited strongly from the continuous support by Dr. Thomas Gazlig (Head of Business Division of Research). We gratefully appreciate the support from the Charité administration in accounting and legal affairs. ECVP was generously supported by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, grant # OS 507/1-1).