Deadline for submissions is March 30th 2012.
The EMVPO meetings, attended by students and world-leading researchers in visual and physiological optics, are much appreciated due to their scientific quality and informal atmosphere encouraging discussions. This conference will cover many aspects of visual and physiological optics, including clinical studies, basic research, and instrumentation, including:
- Eye models and intraocular lenses
- Cornea and lens
- Anterior segment imaging
- Aberrations and retina image quality
- Ocular wavefront sensing
- Ocular biomechanics
- Peripheral wavefront sensing and vision
- Retina optics and photoreceptor function
- Vision and physiological optics
- Retinal imaging and analysis
- Novel instrumentation and techniques
- Numerical image processing
- Multiphoton techniques.
Prof. Michael Bach, Universitäts-Augenklinik Freiburg, Ophthalmology (Germany): "An Eye for Optical Illusions"
Prof. Stephen Allan Burns, Indiana University (USA): "Adaptive optics imaging of the retina and photoreceptors"
Dr. Alexander Goncharov, NUI Galway (Ireland): "Optical modelling of the eye and IOL design"
Dr. Jennifer Hunter, University of Rochester (USA): "2-photon imaging of the retina"
Dr. Guillermo Perez, Universidad de Murcia (Spain): "Intraocular scattering - measurement and analysis"
Prof. Gerald Westheimer, University of Berkeley, California (USA): "What to expect from physics when trying to understand and explain vision"