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 22, 2023
Paper discussion for Research Talk speaker Wilson Geisler, University of Texas at Austin
At this journal club, we will discuss an interesting paper on modeling and measuring masking of contrast form discrimination (oriented gabors) by background luminance, contrast, spatial similarity as well as uncertainties about the target.
January 12, 2023
Paper discussion for Boynton speaker Bryan Jones, University of Utah
Discussion led by Leonor Afrima