European Conference on Visual Perception abstracts

The abstracts for the annual European Conference on Visual Perception are published in Perception. Please see links below for previous conference programmes, individual abstracts, and other related material.


ECVP2014 conference abstracts    (full pdf of all abstracts)

ECVP2013 conference abstracts    (full pdf of all abstracts)

2013 Perception lecture: The functional organization of the ventral visual pathway in humans — N Kanwisher: Download Video



ECVP2012 conference abstracts    (full pdf of all abstracts)

  2012 Perception lecture: Constructing stable spatial maps of the world – David C Burr, Maria Concetta Morrone

ECVP2011 conference abstracts    (full pdf of all abstracts)

ECVP2010 conference abstracts    (full pdf of all abstracts)

  2010 Perception lecture: From grandmother to Jennifer Aniston: A history of linking perception to single neurons – Christof Koch (mp3 podcast)

ECVP2009 conference abstracts    (full pdf of all abstracts)

  2009 Perception lecture: Distributed processing and temporal codes in cortical networks – Wolf Singer (mp3 podcast)

ECVP2008 conference abstracts    (full pdf of all abstracts)

ECVP2007 conference abstracts    (full pdf of all abstracts)

ECVP2006 conference abstracts    (full pdf of all abstracts)

ECVP2005 conference abstracts    (full pdf of all abstracts)

ECVP2004 conference abstracts    (full pdf of all abstracts)

ECVP2003 conference abstracts    (full pdf of all abstracts, Aperceptions art exhibition)

ECVP2002 conference abstracts    (full pdf of all abstracts)

ECVP2001 conference abstracts    (full pdf of all abstracts)

ECVP2000 conference abstracts    (full pdf of all abstracts)

ECVP1999 conference abstracts    (full pdf of all abstracts)

ECVP1998 conference abstracts    (full pdf of all abstracts)

  1998 Perception lecture: Single units and visual cortical organization – Peter Lennie

ECVP1997 conference abstracts  

ECVP1996 conference abstracts  


Related material:

Abstracts of ECVP invited Perception Lectures 1988 - 1999


Perceptual art: Visionaries by Nicholas Wade