International Conference on Invertebrate Vision

Bäckaskog Castle, Sweden | August 5 - August 12, 2019

Bäckaskog Castle, Sweden | August 1 - August 8, 2013

Invited Speakers Stint Satellite Symposium

  • Alapakkam Sampath
    The relationship between dark noise in rod photoreceptors and visual threshold
  • Eric Warrant
    Insect vision and visual performance in dim light: what we know and what we'd like to know
  • Petri Ala-Laurila
    Nonlinear integration of single-photon responses in the neural circuits of the vertebrate retina set an absolute limit to vision
  • Tom Cronin
    Coping with copepods: Do right whales forage visually in dark water?
  • Marie Dacke
    Nocturnal orientation in dung beetles
  • Kristian Donner
    Of frogs and men: different constraints on night vision
  • Sönke Johnsen
    Low light vision underwater: the optimization of eyes that look through absorbing and scattering media
  • Almut Kelber
    Colour discrimination thresholds of birds and other animals
  • Ajay Narendra
    Moving in the dark: behavioural and visual adaptations in nocturnal Australian ants
  • Matti Weckström
    Adaptations to night vision in cockroach vision
  • Greg Field
    Reassessing the importance of rod photoreceptor noise on visual threshold
  • Gillian Moritz
    Vision in dim light: Illuminating the ecological and evolutionary context of color vision in nocturnal primates