BMVA Meeting

Kevin Richards [METOFF] kr1 at csug.cs.reading.ac.uk
Mon Oct 18 07:28:14 EST 1993


         NEURONS: MECHANISMS, BEHAVIOUR & FUNCTION IN VISION.
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                 4th Annual BMVA One day Meeting on 
                    Natural and Machine Vision.
                     Wednesday 20 October 1993

                  British Institute of Radiology,  
                    6 Portland Place, London W1 

100 yds north of the BBC, between Oxford Circus & Park Cresent;
nearest tube stations: Gt Portland St, Regents Park, Oxford Circus. 

All welcome;  BMVA, AVA, BPS, IEE members free; others #20.
Buffet lunch provided at #4.00 per head (register on arrival).


                   ****  FINAL PROGRAMME  ****
                         ===============

10:30 	Arrival: Registration and Coffee.

11:00	Dr Ken Stratford - Physiology, University of Oxford
	Synaptic function and modification in the cortex.

11:45	Prof. Horace Barlow  - Physiology, University of Cambridge
	The neural doctrine: What do real neurons do?

12:30	Dr Edmund Rolls - Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford.
	Learning invariance responses to the natural 
	transformations of objects: Cortical architectures and simulations

13:15	=================== LUNCH =====================

14:15	Prof Roger Watt - Psychology, Stirling University.
	Theory of computation in biological visual systems.

15:00	Prof Oliver Braddick - Psychology, University College, London
	Segmentation and integration in motion perception

15:45	====================  TEA  ======================

16:00	Prof Steven Zucker - McGill University, Montreal, Canada
	Hyperacuity - through distributed networks of neurons in VI.

16:45	Round-up discussion and finish.

Enquiries to: 		G D Sullivan, 
			Dept of Computer Science, 
			University of Reading, RG6 2AY
			e-mail:  g.sullivan at reading.ac.uk



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