The final program is now available:
JIT schedule and abstract book
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Late registration is now in effect through September 15.
Onsite registration fees will increase by $50.
The OSA Fall Vision Meeting is a single-track, high-quality scientific conference focused on all aspects of the visual system. The 2018 meeting will be held at the University of Nevada, Reno, home to one of the best vision science programs in Northern Nevada.
This year's meeting includes several invited symposia, three contributed talk sessions, and contributed poster presentations.
Tillyer Award and Don MacLeod Fest
We are delighted to announce two special events this year. Marty Banks (UC Berkeley), is the recipient of the OSA Edgar Tillyer Award, and will give a lecture on Friday the 21st followed by a banquet dinner. On Saturday the 22nd, there will be a half-day symposium and banquet dinner celebrating the career of Don MacLeod (UC San Diego). We hope all of Marty and Donís many friends and colleagues will join us to celebrate the far-reaching impact they have had on our field.
OSA/ICVS Welcome Reception Sept 20 5:00-8:00 PM:
A welcome reception for the meeting will be held at the National Automobile Museum. The reception is cosponsored by generous support from the International Colour Vision Society.
Frontiers in Optics Sept 16-20
This year's OSA Frontiers in Optics meeting will be held in Washington DC, September 16-20. Attendees of FVM can attend FiO complimentary for one day, and attendees of FiO can attend FVM complimentary for one day. Check FIO website for details
FIO link: https://www.frontiersinoptics.com/home/
EEG Workshop Sept 24-27: Extended Deadline
To coincide with the OSA Vision Meeting, beginning on September 24 there will also be a 3.5-day workshop at UNR entitled "EEG Frequency-tagging in Systems and Cognitive Neuroscience: Conceptual & Technical advances, " led by Bruno Rossion (Nancy), Tony Norcia (Stanford) Ramesh Srinivasan (UC Irvine), Jan Atkinson (Oxford), and Oliver Braddick (Oxford). Space is limited to 60 participants and applications are required by July 30. Details are available at the workshop website: EEG Frequency Tagging Workshop
Supported by the Center for Integrative Neuroscience and the Optical Society of America