Asia Pacific

   Conference

                on Vision 2016

Welcome!



It is our pleasure to announce that the 12th annual Asia Pacific Conference on Vision (APCV) will be hosted in lovely Fremantle, Western Australia, just southwest of Perth, from July 14-17, 2016.  

 

Boasting stunning views of the Indian Ocean, stylish accommodation, and fabulous shops, cafes and restaurants, Fremantle is the place to be for an amazing program addressing all aspects of vision research, including:

  • visual psychophysics
  • visual physiology/anatomy
  • visual cognition
  • perception and attention
  • computational vision
  • social perception
  • artificial vision
  • brain imaging
  • eye movements
  • multisensory integration
  • visual development
  • vision & reading

Attendees come from around the world, but chiefly from the Asia-Pacific region, including Japan, China, Korea, Taiwan, New Zealand, and Australia.

 

The language of the conference is English.

 

Confirmed keynote talks will include:

 

"Plasticity of the human visual system."

Concetta Morrone (University of Pisa, Italy)

 

"The evolution of colour vision in ancient predators."

Shaun Collin (University of Western Australia, Australia)

 

"Motion perception: From a dark room to the real world."

Shin'ya Nishida (NTT Communication Science Labs, Japan)

Important Dates


 

Last day to register: July 7, 2016

Organising committee


Prof. David Badcock, Assoc Prof. Romina Palermo, Dr. Troy Visser, Dr. Jason Bell, Dr. Kate Crookes (UWA)

Prof. Robert O'Shea (Murdoch)

Last Updated: May 25. 2016