International Conference on Invertebrate Vision

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

Poster Schedule

Bogong moth central complex neurons respond to the Milky Way Andrea Adden University of Lund, Sweden
Not as clear as it first appears: Antireflective nanostructures and thin film interference patterns in transparent arthropods Laura Bagge University of Florida, and Air Force Research Lab, USA
Using micro-CT techniques to explore the role of sex and hair in the functional morphology of bumblebee (Bombus terrestris) ocelli Emily Baird University of Stockholm, Sweden
What does a bee see? Using micro-CT to explore visual allometry within and between bee species Emily Baird University of Stockholm, Sweden
Visual object anticipation in hoverflies Bo Bekkouche University of Lund, Sweden
A two-step detection system for defensive responses is differentially sensitive to polarization contrast information in crabs Martín Berón de Astrada University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
Opsin gene expression in the ocelli of the Australian Bogong moth, Agrotis infusa Kristina Brauburger University of Lund, Sweden
Strong circadian control on the light-dark adaptation process in the fiddler crab eye Emelie Brodrick University of Bristol, UK
Brain lesions in visually navigating ants: The role of the Mushroom Bodies in visual guidance of experienced and inexperienced ants Cornelia Buehlmann University of Sussex, UK
A marker-based closed-loop capable virtual reality system for bees Tina Charmchi Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Canada
How bumblebees (Bombus impatiens) use visual cues of conspecifics under stressed and rewarded internal states Jaime Christiaanse Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Canada
Pax2 in cone/Semper cells controls multiple aspects of retinal development and function Tiffany Cook Wayne State University, USA
Sensory depression of the visual system shapes locomotion and courtship behaviour Kristina Corthals University of Lund, Sweden
Eye region-specific solutions to having a small eye John Currea Florida International University, USA
Towards intracellular recording from fan-shaped body neurons in walking bumblebees Josiane da Silva Freitas University of Lund, Sweden
Automated mapping of visual acuity in dipteran insects John Douglass Air Force Research Laboratories, USA
The world through the eyes of naive bumblebees: head orientation during the initial phase of learning flights Charlotte Doussot University of Bielefeld, USA
Neural mechanisms of divisive contrast normalization in the fly motion vision pathway Michael Drews Max Planck Institute of Neurobiology, Germany
Differential adaptation in dragonfly lobula tangential cells enables robust velocity estimation in natural scenes Bernard Evans University of Adelaide, Australia
Descending interneuron responses to multimodal sensory stimuli in Squilla (Crustacea, Stomatopoda) Kate Feller University of Minnesota, USA
Characterisation of spectral and spatial response properties in the Drosophila medulla neuropil. Rachael Feord University of Cambridge, UK
3D reconstruction of the smallest known insect photoreceptors: the stemmata of the first instar larvae of Stylops ovinae (Insecta, Strepsiptera) Stefan Fischer University of Tübingen, Germany
Beyond the ‘red edge’: does visual sensitivity to long wavelengths facilitate resource location in jewel beetles? Amanda Franklin University of Melbourne, Australia
Sensitivity in imperfect eyes Yakir Gagnon University of Lund, Sweden
Robustness of the insect celestial compass in realistic conditions Evripidis Gkanias University of Edinburgh, UK
Adaptive responses to uneven terrain in visually navigating ants Paul Graham University of Sussex, UK
Is binocular stereopsis involved in trajectory control in the praying mantis strike? Tom Harper University of Newcastle, UK
Predator-mimicking sensory exploitation in the courtship behavior of Maratus Olivia Harris University of Cincinnati, UK
Bumblebees use optic flow for distance estimation Anna Honkanen University of Lund, Sweden
The eye of the firefly reconsidered Adrian Horridge Australian National University, Australia
The costly love spot of the horsefly (Tabanus bromius) Marko Ilić Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan
Chromatic and achromatic detection thresholds in Indian stingless bee, Tetragonula iridipennis Asmi Jezeera Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, India
X-rays activate phototransduction causing fast mirror-symmetric photoreceptor contractions across the left and right insect compound eyes Joni Kemppainen University of Sheffield, UK
Straight-line orientation in different visual environments Lana Khaldy University of Lund, Sweden
Measuring spatial vision in a millipede John Kirwan University of Lund, Sweden
Embodying insect brain models with GPU-enhanced Brains on Board James Knight University of Sussex, UK
Head-body coordination during chasing flight in the blowfly Jens Peter Lindemann Bielefeld University, Germany
Viewing the world through the eye of an invertebrate using ray-tracing Mikael Ljungholm University of Lund, Sweden
A neural network model of colour coding in honeybee brain HaDi MaBouDi University of Sheffield, UK
Hyperacute visual perception in Musca domestica Neveen Mansour University of Sheffield, UK
Oxygen dependence of visual function and ecology in marine invertebrate larvae Lillian McCormick University of California San Diego, UK
The spectral and polarisation properties of the chestnut tiger butterfly (Parantica sita) photoreceptors and their ommatidial locations Nicolas Nagloo Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan
A method for quantifying light environments Dan-Eric Nilsson University of Lund, Sweden
Characterization of ultraviolet opsin diversity in larval stomatopods Sitara Palecanda University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA
Hierarchical compass cues in a path integrating mantis shrimp Rickesh Patel University of Maryland Baltimore County, USA
Visual attention in the central complex of hunting praying mantises Uta Pegel Case Western Reserve University, USA
Polychromic stimulation of Papilio xuthus with LED synthesiser Primoz Pirih Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan
Optical retinography (ORG) in the Angled Sunbeam butterfly Curetis acuta: four ventral ommatidial types, perhaps? Primoz Pirih Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan
Behavioral evidence for spatial vision in a nudibranch mollusc Phoenix Quinlan University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA
A comparative analysis of eye development in arthropods Shubham Rathore University of Cincinnati, USA
Capturing static prey: damselfly and robber fly solutions Sergio Rossoni University of Cambridge, UK
ACEbot: robotic behaviors provide new insights on insect visual pursuit, motion camouflage and interception Franck Ruffier Aix Marseille University, France
Delineating the neural basis of diverse navigational strategies Marcel Sayre University of Lund, Sweden
Small object fixation of flying Drosophila suggests frontal hyperacute stereo vision Ben Scales University of Sheffield, UK
Detecting footprints of neural activity in the visual system of the bumblebee Adriana Schatton University of Lund, Sweden
A descending neuron correlated with steering maneuvers of flying Drosophila Bettina Schnell Neurobiology of Flight Control, Research Center Caesar, Germany
How do trilobites eyes look (like)? Brigitte Schoenemann University of Cologne, Germany
Sequence of views matters in route-following ants Sebastian Schwarz CRCA CNRS Université Paul Sabatier, France
Honeybees flying over a mirror crash irremediably Julien Serres Aix Marseille University, France
Models for propagating facilitation in the insect visual system Patrick Shoemaker San Diego State University, USA
Parallel processing of polarization and intensity information in fiddler crab vision Samuel Smithers School of Biological Sciences, University of Bristol
Postembryonic development of the compound eyes of the two-spotted assassin bug, Platymeris biguttatus (Hemiptera, Reduviidae) Johannes Spaethe University of Würzburg, Germany
What can we learn about visual navigation from the role of insect Lateral Accessory Lobes in active sensing and steering? Fabian Steinbeck University of Sussex, UK
The roles of colour and polarization contrast for motion detection in Papilio butterflies Finlay Stewart Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan
Multi-snapshot model goes 3D - homing and route following Wolfgang Stuerzl German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany
Light-induced rhabdomere microsaccades in Musca domestica Jouni Takalo University of Sheffield, UK
Landing at skyrocketing speed: The visual control and unexpected benefits of high-speed landing in a Brazilian stingless bee Pierre Tichit University of Lund, Sweden
AntBot: a fully insect-inspired hexapod homing like desert ants Stephane Viollet Aix Marseille University, France
Modality-specific circuits for skylight orientation in the fly visual system Mathias Wernet Free University Berlin, Germany
Modelling Mushroom Body learning of continuous visual motion patterns for route memory in insects Le Zhu University of Edinburgh, UK
Receptive-field tuning to celestial polarization patterns is topographically organized in the locust central complex Frederick Zittrell University of Marburg, Germany