Submit to Optica Society FIO by May 25. Excellent program on Vision!
Don’t forget to submit your abstract to FIO by May 25. This year the vision program is supported by exciting sessions and symposium, excellent speakers, OSA centennial events, and a registration package deal with the Fall Vision Meeting, which will immediately follow. See the entire announcement below.
I wanted to get in touch and remind you about the upcoming submission deadline on 25 May 2016, 12:00 EDT (16:00 GMT) for the Frontiers in Optics / Laser Science Conference which will be held 17-21 October 2015 in Rochester, New York, the birthplace of the Optical Society, in its Centennial year.
As you know, FiO/LS 2016 covers many of the latest advances in optics and laser science. The meeting includes 5 days of intense, up-to-date programming featuring dynamic, cutting-edge presentations on the latest advancements in optics and photonics, special symposia, an impressive list of FiO invited speakers, plenary talks by renowned scientists and a variety of special events offering the opportunity to network with pioneers and colleagues from around the globe.
As a chair of the Color and Vision Organizing Subcommittee, I would like to draw your attention to the FIO vision program, which encompasses one symposium (100 Years of Vision at OSA: Most cited vision papers in OSA journals: http://www.frontiersinoptics.com/home/program/special-symposia/#100%20years%20of%20vision) and 7 specific sessions (details below and in this link: http://www.frontiersinoptics.com/home/program/invited-speakers/), including novel design concepts for eye correction and visual simulation, myopia development, probing ocular biomechanics with imaging technologies, novel applications of femtosecond lasers in ophthalmology, optics in neuroscience . You will find the list of submission categories in this link: http://www.frontiersinoptics.com/home/submissions/submission-categories/#FiO%208
In addition to the Vision Sessions at FIO, the Fall Vision Meeting will take place in Rochester, 21-23 October. OSA and FVM have arranged a very interesting registration package for attendees of both meetings. Any individual who registers for the Fall Vision meeting receives one day free at FiO. Additionally, any author who has a sessioned paper that was accepted as part of the Vision and Color subcategory (including co-authors on sessioned papers) and has registered for the Fall Vision Meeting will receive two days for free at FiO. These agreements are reciprocal with the Fall Vision meeting with authors and co-authors receiving one or two days free registration to the Fall Vision Meeting. The scientific sessions at FVM will focus on a wide range of emerging topics in fixational eye movements, visual system development, visual factors in driving, a session on color honoring the work of John Krauskopf, and the presentation of OSA Tillyer Award. More information on the Fall Vision Meeting can be found in: http://www.cvs.rochester.edu/fvm/schedule.html
SYMPOSIUM AND SESSIONS (TO BE CONTRIBUTED TO) at 2016 FIO Color and Vision
Symposium on 100 Years of Vision at OSA: Most Cited Vision Papers in OSA Journals
Vision Science has been an active community at OSA, and a large percentage of publications on vision have been among the most top cited in OSA Journals (JOSA, JOSA A, Applied Optics, Optics Letters, Optics Express and Biomedical Optics Express, among others). The symposium hig,lights some classic vision science papers and their impact on today’s research in the field. Selected thems range from the sensitivity of the eye and motion perception to wavefront sensing in the eye.
Edward H. Adelson, MIT, USA
Denis Pelli, New York Univ., USA
Andrew Bo Watson, NASA, USA
David Williams, University of Rochester, USA
7.1 Novel Design Concepts for Eye Correction and Vision Simulators
Carlos Dorronsoro, Consejo Sup Investigaciones Cientificas, Spain
Simultaneous Vision Simulator
Earl Smith, University of Houston, USA
Myopia Control Off-axis Correction Lenses
Marrie van der Mooren, Abbott Medical Optics, Netherlands
Extended Depth of Focus Corrections
7.2 Understanding Myopia Development
Sally MacFadden, University of Newcastle, Australia
Myopia Development in Guinea Pigs
Donald O. Mutti, Ohio State University, USA
7.3 Probing Ocular Biomechanics with Imaging Technologies
Maciej Wojtkowski, Nicholas Copernicus University, Poland
Air Puff OCT
Seok Hyun A. Yun, Harvard Medical School, USA
OCT Vibrography and Brillouin Microscopy
7.4 Novel Applications of Femtosecond Lasers in Ophthalmology
Jonathan David Ellis, University of Rochester, USA
Jennifer Hunter, University of Rochester, USA
Multiphoton Retinal Imaging
7.5 Optics Meets Neuroscience
Daniel C. Cote, Universite Laval, Canada
Francesco Pavone, European Lab for Non-Linear Spectroscopy, Italy
Shaoqun Zeng, Huazhong Univ of Science & Technology, China
Bart Borghuis, University of Louisville Medical Center, USA
Parallel Processing in the Visual System
Ania Majewska, University of Rochester, USA
Lawrence Sincich, University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA