We are pleased to announce the spring meeting of the AVA.
We will be running the conference virtually and it will also include the 2021 annual general meeting (AGM). Registration for the meeting is free to AVA members, while non-members are able to register at the price of a membership fee and thus also join the organisation should they wish to do so. Members have the option to donate towards our grant funds.
Keynote: Professor George Mather from University of Lincoln, http://www.georgemather.com/Bio.html
title: "Spectral Slope in Vision and Art"
Plus a special session from Women In Vision.
We have created a dedicated website for the meeting: https://ava2021meeting.wordpress.com/
The website contains further information about the meeting, e.g. details on how the presentations will be done “virtually”, plus all the posters will be available for viewing on the website prior to the meeting. Delegates will receive a full attendance pack with Zoom IDs and passwords for all talk and poster sessions a few days prior to the meeting.
Registration: Please register using this form for the meeting. If you are a non member please use the links below to join for free attendance. If you are a member and wish to make a donation towards the costs of the meetings and towards the our grant funds please use the links below.
Key notes: tbc
28 Feb 2021 extended to 5 March, midnight UK time. Please submit via the website above at https://ava2021meeting.wordpress.com/call-for-abstracts/
Abstracts will be shared to meeting attendees and on the website. If, in addition, you wish to have your abstract published in iPerception please use the links below to pay the £10 abstract publication charge.
The meeting is organised by the AVA committee members Samantha Strong (Aston University), Paul Warren (University of Manchester), Gunnar Schmidtmann (University of Plymouth), George Lovell (Abertay University) and Harriet Allen (University of Nottingham). If you have any queries (formal or informal) please get in touch with email@example.com
You can use these links whether or not you have a paypal account. You can pay with your credit card via the paypal link. You should be automatically sent a receipt from paypal on payment which is sufficient for claiming expenses in most cases. If you need something further or need the receipt resent, contact Harriet at firstname.lastname@example.org