This years VSS was virtual, but that did not keep us from submitting our most recent work. We created a Twitter thread explaining our 8 scientific contributions (1 talk by Lisa Kroell and 7 posters by ): https://twitter.com/rolfslab/status/1394300169286467589?s=20 The final contribution to the conference was virtual Club Vision — the conference's legendary dance party that … Continue reading Our 8+1 contributions to virtual VSS 2021
Together with Science of Intelligence, we are participating in the Brain Awareness Week! Brain Awareness Week is a global campaign to spark public interest in brain research. In that context, we want to share some of our enthusiasm about (arguably) the human brain’s most important sense: vision. If you have ever wondered how we perceive … Continue reading Our event at Brain Awareness Week
Come see Lisa Kroell's poster presentation on how the peripheral sensitivity profile reshapes during saccade preparation. If you are registered for V-VSS, the poster is here. Lisa scheduled three Zoom sessions: 20 June, 8am EST (2pm CET) - View Presenter Conference23 June, 2pm EST (8pm CET) - View Presenter Conference24 June, 5am EST (11:00 CET) - View Presenter … Continue reading Virtual-VSS Poster: The peripheral sensitivity profile reshapes during saccade preparation
Congratulations to our very own Richard Schweitzer for being awarded a student travel award to attend the meeting of the Vision Sciences Society Meeting in St. Pete Beach, Florida, in May. The award is extremely competitive as only 20 out of more than 200 applicants have been selected. Quite a good start into his first VSS! Make … Continue reading Richard receives VSS 2017 student travel award
We were very excited to get the news that 3 of our 4 presentations have been accepted as talks at the 2017 meeting of the Vision Sciences Society in St. Pete Beach, Florida. Partly in collaboration with Tamara Watson (University of Western Sydney, Australia) and Eric Castet (Aix-Marseille Université, France), we started working on visual processing … Continue reading VSS 2017: 3 talks, 1 poster, and 1 student travel award
On September 20-21, 2016, we will host a workshop on Learning at the interface of vision and oculomotor control. It will be a satellite event of the Bernstein Conference.
We are pleased to announce the Bernstein Sparks Workshop on Active Perceptual Memory. The goal of this workshop is to bring together recent developments in perceptual memory and active perception—in particular eye movements—to capitalize on the numerous potential empirical and theoretical interfaces between these fields of research. Where and when: Berlin, Germany, on October 26-27, 2015. … Continue reading Bernstein Sparks Workshop on Active Perceptual Memory
Last September, Martin had the unique opportunity to participate in a small and most memorable meeting in the Russian woods near Nizhny Novgorod, at the banks of the Volga River. The meeting celebrated what would have been the 100th birthday of Alfred L. Yarbus, a true pioneer of eye movement research. It was organized by some of his former … Continue reading Yarbus-100 keynote article in press in Perception
This coming Monday (March 16, 2015), and for the second year in a row, we are holding a workshop for high-school students at the brain awareness week. For the second year in a row We really enjoyed it last year and we're excited to go into a second round. The title of our workshop is "Seeing … Continue reading We’re participating in the brain awareness week.
We just got back from VSS. It was great fun and each of us got valuable feedback on our current work. Thanks, dear vision science fellows!