Fall Vision Meeting
20 October – 23 October, 2022
Rochester, New York
Abstract submissions are now open for our in-person meeting in Rochester, New York!
Join us October 20-23 in Rochester, NY for our first in-person meeting since 2019. The Fall Vision Meeting is a small, high quality, international meeting sponsored by Optica for researchers in visual neuroscience, optics and psychophysics. The small and focused nature of the meeting and its single-track format foster active discussion and often forge friendships and collaborations.
This year's invited sessions are on the following themes:
Neural network models of the visual system.
Studies of the visual cortex with sub-millimeter resolution.
The eye as a window to systemic and neurodegenerative health.
Myopia and myopia control.
We are pleased to announce Andrew Stockman as the 2022 Boynton Award Lecture recipient.
More details to be announced as they come! We will announce additional news on this site, the Optica Technical Group distribution lists, the cvnet and visionlist distribution lists, and via the @OSAFVM Twitter account.
Abstracts from the 2021 Fall Vision Meeting have been published!
Abstracts from the 2021 Fall Vision Meeting have now been published in the Journal of Vision. The 2021 meeting was held virtually, and you can access the past program (including video recordings of each session) at the 2021 meeting site. The quality of work presented by our trainees was highly competitive, and so we are pleased to announce three Young Investigator Award winners for 2021:
Alisa Braun, University of California, Berkeley: The benefits of naturally moving over stabilized stimuli for acuity increase with longer presentation times
Sierra Schleufer, University of Washington: In-vivo classification of human cone photoreceptors reveals crystalline S-cone sub-mosaics in the central retina
Martin T.W. Scott, University of York: Evidence for a dipper effect in the perception of global form: findings from psychophysics and EEG