vision@UCL

Vision@UCL aims to bring together the diverse groups working on vision at UCL. It is generously sponsored by CoMPLEX, UCL's Centre for Mathematics and Physics in the Life Sciences and EXperimental Biology. Please email L.Griffin@cs.ucl.ac.uk to join the mailing list.

Seminar Series: 2013-14, Term 2

When: Thursdays at 5pm
Where: Roberts Building 508 (<map>)

Date

Speaker

Institute

Title

30/1/2014 Katherine Storrs UCL Cogn. Percep. & Brain Sci. What do face aftereffects tell us about face representations?
13/2/2014 Tim Hospedales QMUL Topic models in computer vision
27/2/2014 Bob Kentridge Durham University Visual attention without consciousness in blindsight and normal observers
13/3/2014 Kristine Krug Oxford University Signal integration for perceptual decision about motion and depth in cortical area V5/MT
27/3/2014 Sam Solomon UCL Behavioural Neuroscience Distributed encoding of visual space and visual motion in area MT of the marmoset




Previous Seminars

2013-14, Term 1

Date

Speaker

Institute

Title

3/10/2013 Stephen Engel Minnesota Plasticity, and its limits, in the adult visual system: Contrast adaptation from 4 minutes to 4 days
17/10/2013 Eva Krumhuber Cogn, Perceptual & Brain Sci, UCL Moving beyond the uncanny valley: Social psychological aspects in face perception
31/10/2013 Zhuoyi Song CoMPLEX, UCL Why fly photoreceptors are structured the way they are and function as they do?
14/11/2013 Stephen McKenna Dundee Image analysis for histopathology
28/11/2013 Daniel Baker York Using psychophysically derived models to predict steady state VEP responses to visual stimuli
12/12/2013 Ben Harvey Utrecht Topographic processing of numerosity in the human brain

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