Abstract Submission Guidelines

Abstracts can be submitted only after registration and payment. Please note that the registration for the conference allows you to submit ONE abstract as a first author (either poster or talk). Organising or speaking in a symposium does not prevent organisers or speakers from submitting an additional abstract for a talk or poster presentation. Contributions as co-author are unlimited.

During abstract submission, you can indicate if you wish your submission to be considered for a “Talk” or “Poster” presentation. Please note that the final allocation is subject to the decision made by the reviewing committee. You will also be required to indicate the area of your abstract from a topic list (see below). Please be as accurate as possible, since this will help the organisers create the sessions.

Important Dates

Call for abstracts: 5th of February – 19th of April 2024
Abstract acceptance notification: May 31st

Required Information

  • Title
  • Abstract (word limit of 300 words)
  • Name and affiliation of all authors

The organising committee are keen to feature talks and posters on the following themes:

  • 3D Vision, Depth & Stereo
  • Adaptation
  • Aftereffects
  • Applied Vision
  • Art & Aesthetics
  • Attention
  • Biological Motion
  • Binocular Vision and Rivalry
  • Clinical Vision
  • Colour
  • Computer Vision
  • Crowding
  • Depth perception and Stereovision
  • Development and Ageing
  • Ensemble Perception
  • Eye movements
  • Face Perception
  • Illusions
  • Individual Differences
  • Learning
  • Lightness, Brightness & Contrast
  • Low level vision
  • Magnitude, Time, & Numerosity
  • Motion Perception
  • Multi-sensory Processing
  • Natural Image Statistics
  • Object Recognition
  • Perception & Action
  • Perceptual Awareness & Consciousness
  • Perceptual Decision Making
  • Perceptual Development
  • Perceptual Grouping
  • Perceptual Learning
  • Perceptual Memory
  • Perceptual Organisation
  • Peripheral Vision
  • Research Methods
  • Scene Perception
  • Shape Perception
  • Social Perception
  • Spatial Vision
  • Surface, Texture & Material Perception
  • Symmetry
  • Temporal Processing
  • Time Perception
  • Vision & Auditory Perception
  • Visual Cognition
  • Vision & Haptic Perception
  • Visual Search & Foraging
  • Visual Working Memory

Please note that references are not allowed in abstracts. Authors should put an emphasis on what they judge to be of greatest importance and interest, and, where possible, clearly state theoretical implications. Authors are urged to write as clearly as possible (in English) and are not allowed to use abbreviations. The SI system of units should be used.