On the 24th and 25th of June 2009, we're welcoming a group of vision scientists from Munich to our lab for a mini-conference. We're all looking forward to an exciting two days of idea-sharing.
The timetable of our miniconference: Munichfest Schedule
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| The four sessions are shown on the Video Library just above. Click on one to play it. You can stop, advance or rewind video using the timeline along the bottom. The timings of each presentation are given in the table below if you want to advance directly to a specific talk. Occasionally, the video provider will put an advertisement at the bottom of the video, just click the x to turn it off. If you have any problems or questions, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
| June 25 First Session
Patrick Cavanagh starts at 1 min
"Attention Pointers and Location"
Donatas Jonikaitis starts at 43 min
"Attention dynamics in eye and hand movements"
Martin Rolfs starts at 1:20
"Global saccadic adaptation"
Arielle Veenemans starts at 1:47
| June 25 Second Session
"Attention for action and the illusory line effect"
I-Fan Lin starts at 36 min
"Where was I"
Floris Van Vugt starts at 50 minutes
Frank Bauer starts at 1:11
"Temporal information and attentional selection"
| June 26 First Session
"Visual preparation of multiple squential movements"
Tomas Knapen starts at 49 min
"Coordinate frames of the tilt aftereffect then Binocular rivalry and the jitter aftereffect"
| June 26 Second Session
"Attentional remapping inside and outside the visual field"
Martin Rolfs starts at 23 min
"Presaccadic attention shifts: What's up at the fovea?"
Markus Conci starts at 53 minutes
"Grouping of salient regions guides visual search"
Mark Wexler starts at 1:17
"Visual constancy with flickering stimuli"