Fall Vision Meeting
Optica FVM is a high quality, single-track international meeting that attracts a cadre of experts in vision research from around the world. Its single-track nature provides ample opportunity for lively interactions and discussion between attendees at all career levels. Join us in York for the 2024 meeting – stay tuned for details.
The Optica Fall Vision Meeting planning committee is now accepting nominations for the 2024 Robert M. Boynton Lecture. The committee is hoping to receive nominations that reflect the full diversity of the vision community. Learn more about our previous Boynton Lecture speakers.
Nominations may be made by any member of the vision community. Previously considered nominees are eligible to be re-nominated. The nomination should consist of an email briefly highlighting the nominee's impact on the field of vision science. The nomination email can be co-signed. Please submit nominations to Alex Wade, Chairperson of the Optica FVM Planning Committee (firstname.lastname@example.org), no later than April 5, 2024, with subject line Boynton lecture nomination. Nominations will be reviewed by the Optica Fall Vision Meeting planning committee.
October 2023: That's a wrap! Thank you to all our FVM attendees for such a fantastic meeting. Abstracts from the 2023 Meeting are now published in the Journal of Vision.
Congratulations go to Benjamin Chin, UC Berkeley, and to Mikayla Puska, University of Washington, for receiving the 2023 Young Investigator Awards.
The FVM Committee welcomes three new members this year: Michael Beyeler, UC Santa Barbara; Joris Vincent, TU Berlin, and Hannah Smithson, University of Oxford. We say goodbye to Ravi Jonnal, UC Davis; Ram Sabesan, University of Washington; and Jesse Schallek, University of Rochester.
Missing the meeting already? Loved this year's Seattle-themed logo? Get yourself a memento from our online merch store. Proceeds go toward future meetings!
30 years of normalization in the visual system
Diversity in chromatic processing across the animal kingdom
Retinal remodeling and regeneration
Extended reality: Applications in Vision Science & beyond
Binocular vision & interactions