OSA Vision Meeting 2017
    OSA Vision Meeting 2017
Held at   American University
 Katzen Arts Center
 4400 Massachusetts Ave NW
 Washington, DC, USA
October 13 - 15, 2017
OSA Fall Vision Meeting abstract submission is extended to July 27th, the last time zone on earth.

OSA fall vision meeting is a single-track high quality scientific meeting focuses on all aspects of human and animal visual system. The 2017 OSA Fall Vision Meeting will be held at the Katzen Arts Center at American University in Washington DC.

This year's meeting includes five invited sessions, three contributed talk sessions, as well as contributed poster presentations.

We are proud to announce two special events this year: Ken Nakayama (Harvard University), the recipient of the OSA Edgar Tillyer Award will deliver a speech on Saturday; David Brainard (UPenn) will give the annual Boynton Lecture on Friday.

Abstract can be submitted via the Abstract
Submission Link
. The length of abstract is 250 words.

This year's OSA Frontier in Optics meeting will also be held in Washington DC in September 17-21. Attendees of FVM can attend FiO complimentary for one day and vice versa attendees of FiO can attend the FVM complimentary for one day. Check FIO website for details
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This conference has been generously sponsored by Optical Society of America.

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