Vision Journal Club

Every few weeks we will discuss a paper, usually picked and presented by a student or a faculty member. "Vision" is in the title of the associated course, but we discuss a range of perception, system neuroscience, computation and cognition topics, some of which are only loosely related to vision per se. The main goal is to critically discuss scientific literature, with a focus on "big picture" implications, experimental rationales, innovative methods and the weaknesses and strengths of presented papers. The Vision Journal club is open to all in the Center for Visual Science (CVS) and brain and cognitive science community.

If you are interested in attending and you are new to this journal club, email to add you to the CVSMOTION email list. If you would like to be deleted from CVSMOTION, also let Chris know.

Upcoming Journal Clubs

None at this time.


Past Journal Clubs

February 1, 2021

Discussion of Papers by CVS Boynton Colloquium Guest Lecturer: Alessandra Angelucci

January 14, 2021

Discussion of Papers by CVS Boynton Colloquium Guest Lecturer: Carla Shatz


December 11, 2020

Discussion led by Farran Briggs


December 4, 2020

Discussion led by Jude Mitchell


November 13, 2020

Discussion led by Ralf Haefner


October 30, 2020

Discussion led by Richard Lange


October 9, 2020

Paper: Shah and Briggs

Discussion led by Briggs lab


September 25, 2020

Paper: Cortically-blind humans lack smooth eye movement following of stimulus motion despite perceptual restoration in their blind fields

Discussion led by Mitchell lab


April 24, 2020

Discussion led by Shanna Coop


April 17, 2020

Discussion led by Shraddha Shah


March 6, 2020

Discussion led by Janis Intoy


January 31, 2020

Discussion led by Ying Lin and Duje Tadin


January 24, 2020

Discussion led by Allison Murphy and Shraddha Shah


September 13, 2019