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European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP) 2013: Call for Abstracts - Deadline: March 24, 2013

The 36th European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP) will take place in Bremen, Germany, from August 25th to August 29th 2013.

Herewith we call for your contributions to ECVP 2013. We invite you to submit an abstract about your recent work on visual perception and related topics to present it on the conference - either as a talk or poster.
All abstracts will be reviewed. Notification of acceptance will be sent by June.
The deadline for abstract submission is March 24, 2013.

This year’s ECVP has a special focus on Computational Neuroscience.
We encourage submissions on work at the node between Visual Perception and Computational Neuroscience, regarding techniques, methods, concepts, and models.

Please note that for submitting an abstract, you have to register for the main conference first (
After registering, you will receive a preliminary confirmation, and a link to the abstract submission system.
Registration opens on January 21, 2013 (next Monday).

Please note that there are two modifications this year regarding abstract submission:

  1. If you apply for an oral presentation (talk) you can optionally include a max one-page PDF or RTF extended summary with additional information about your contribution.
  2. You are required to choose at least one topic and one method keyword, in order to assign all abstracts to appropriate reviewers and program sessions. The list of available keywords can be found on the website (abstract guidelines).

On Sunday, August 25th, 2013 we offer two additional events you might want to attend:

  1. Bernstein-Tutorials: Will take place before the main conference and shall give the opportunity for introducing students, postdocs but also experienced scientists to various important topics and state-of-the-art methods and techniques in Psychophysics, Data analysis and Computational Neurosciences.
  2. Satellite Symposium at HWK: The satellite symposium “The Art of Perception - The Perception of Art” will also be held on the opening day of the ECVP 2013.

Registration for satellite events (Bernstein tutorials, Art symposium etc.) is subject to space limitations and will be done on a first-come, first-served basis.
You have to register for satellite events during the normal registration process.

You can find all important dates, fees, guidelines and additional information at

Best regards and awaiting many interesting contributions,

ECVP 2013 team,

Udo Ernst | Cathleen Grimsen | Detlef Wegener | Agnes Janssen