DyViTo Digital Network Meeting
DyViTo would like to thank all our researchers, beneficiaries and partners who have enthusiastically participated in DyViTo’s first digital consortium meeting. DyViTo would like to recognise the efforts of our excellent researchers, who presented their work brilliantly through video-conferencing. We would like to thank our industry partners for joining us and giving us an insight into the effects of COVID-19. A big thank you to all our supervisors who are looking after their team’s productivity and emotional well-being.
DyViTo Network Meeting – Cancellation
Amidst COVID-19 outbreak, DyViTo has decided to cancel the network wide meeting that was to be held in Cambridge next week. In response to the virus, we are going to do our best to provide digital platforms to ensure our ESRs, supervisors and partners still get the support they need while they endeavour to continue their research. As we all grapple with a remote working environment, we are going to approach our workdays creatively and enthusiastically, taking it one month at a time.
DyViTo would like to thank all our consortium members who are going out of their way to ensure staff safety without compromising research standards. We would like to extend this thanks to all key workers across Europe, and worldwide, who put themselves last in order to put us first.
We will do our best to chronicle and update you on how research will progress during these uncertain times.
DyViTo will follow all advice set-out by the Government in order to protect not just ourselves but the more vulnerable within our communities.
DyViTo Network Meeting – Cambridge
DyViTo is happy to announce that our next consortium wide Network Meeting will be held in Cambridge in March 2020. We look forward to updating you soon.
Secondment start at the Yorkshire Game Festival
DyViTo would like to wish Baran Usta, Muge Cavdan and Jacob Cheeseman good luck for their secondment at the National Science and Media Museum in Bradford, UK. They will be participating in the Yorkshire Game Festival, a five-day extravaganza celebrating games culture, design and production, with special guests, workshops, master classes, and a fun-packed weekend for gamers of all ages.
Congratulations to Professor Roland Fleming – VSS 2020 Public Lecturer
DyViTo Project is happy to announce that the VSS 2020 Public Lecture will be delivered by Roland Fleming, one of our supervisors at the University of Giessen. Professor Fleming is an interdisciplinary researcher who investigates how the brain allows us to see the physical properties of objects.
DyViTo start to 2020
DyViTo would like to welcome everyone to what will be a very exciting year for the project. We already have some exciting events happening, which you can read all about here. Keep visiting the website or follow us on Twitter for the most up to date news!
DyViTo wishes everyone a great upcoming year
DyViTo Project has had a very productive 2019 and we are looking forward to the 2020. All our beneficiaries, ESRs, partners and friends would like to wish you a good start to the new year.
DyViTo in Cappadocia
The DyViTo Workshop has started and people have been taking advantage of the wonderful weather in sunny Cappadocia to explore the area. Follow us on Twitter to keep up to date!
Welcome Onno Kampman!
Secondments for University of Giessen
It has been a busy time for the University of Giessen. Amna Malik, from Bilkent University, has recently completed her secondment there. Mao Ruiquan, from the University of Zaragoza, is currently undertaking his secondment. Although it was Amna’s first visit, this isn’t the first time that Mao has been to there. The team has hosted a DyViTo event in March of this year. To find out more, have a look at the blog post.
Second secondment for University of Southampton
Muge Cavdan will be starting her secondment at the University of Southampton, working with Prof. Wendy Adams. This is a second secondment happening there, Sina Mehraeen was the first. Good luck to Muge, we hope she enjoys her time there.
ECVP 2019 is in full swing
ECVP 2019 in Leuven is in full swing and our ESRs have been busy taking advantage of everything the conference (and the city) has to offer. Keep up with them by checking out our Twitter @DyViTo_Project
VSAC 2019 has started!
The Visual Science of Art Conference (VSAC) has started in Leuven. Organized as a satellite conference to the visual planet of the European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP), VSAC invites people that connect visual perception and the arts. Anya Hurlbert from University of Newcastle, will be a keynote lecturer addressing how illumination is depicted within paintings, and how this can affect our interpretation of those paintings. Jacob Cheeseman, University of Giessen, will be presenting a poster on scale ambiguities in material recognition. We wish them both the best of luck.
Welcome on board Veronica!
DyViTo would like to welcome Veronica Pisu to the project. Veronica will be working with Wendy Adams at the University of Southampton.
Congratulations to Muge Cavdan
DyViTo would like to congratulate Muge Cavdan for winning the Best Student Paper at the World Haptics Conference 2019 in Tokyo.
The summer has been a busy period for the Early Stage Researchers. Baran Usta has recently returned from the High Performance Graphics Conference in Strasbourg. Jacob Cheeseman will be attending the VSAC 2019 to present his poster.
DyViTo would like to congratulate Ruben Pastilha (University of Newcastle) for winning the runner-up Talk Prize at the International Colour Vision Society Meeting 2019 which was held in Riga, Latvia. Read more here.
ECVP abstract book has been published
The full abstarct book is available to be viewed. Visit our blog to read the abstracts submitted by our ESRs or view the full book to read the abstracts that include DyViTo Supervisors abstracts and those from friends of the project.
DyViTo secondment at National Science and Media Museum
The first secondment at the National Science and Media Museum has started. Ellen De Korte (University of Bradford) has officially started her 8 week placement at the museum.
DyViTo ESRs – Conferences, Presentations and Publications
DyViTo is very happy to announce that Muge Cavdan has had her paper accepted to the World Haptics Conference which will be happening in Tokyo this year and will be published in July. She will also be joining Ellen De Korte (University of Bradford), Jacob Cheeseman (Giessen University) and Cehao Yu (Delft University) at the ECVP Conference in Leuven.
Ruben Pastilha (University of Newcastle) has recently returned from presenting “Speed limits on seeing temporal changes in daylight” at this years 19th Annual Vision Sciences Society Meeting which was held in Florida, USA.
Keep checking back with us for more exciting news about the ESR progress.
DyViTo Workshop – November 2019
We are very pleased to invite you to join us in our upcoming workshop, DyViTo: “Dynamics in Vision and Touch – the look and feel of stuff” at Argos in Cappadocia Hotel, Uchisar, Turkey, on November 5th – 8th, 2019.
The meeting is funded by the European Union Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions grant “DyViTo: Dynamics in Vision and Touch”.
This meeting is the second in a series of workshops to be hosted by the member institutions of the DyViTo network. The workshop will have invited talks and poster sessions featuring the latest work on visual, haptic, and multisensory perception of object and material properties. Confirmed speakers for our meeting include:
- Wendy Adams
- Cagatay Basdogan
- David Brainard
- Katja Doerschner
- Dicle Dovencioglu
- Knut Drewing
- Katja Fiehler
- Roland Fleming
- Burak Guclu
- David Heeger
- Hulusi Kafaligonul
- Daniel Kersten
- Frank Maile
- Lawrence Maloney
- Luke Miller
- Vivian Paulun
- Sylvia Pont
The workshop is open to non-network members for participation, but space is limited, so apply early to secure your place! Poster presentations are welcome.
The registration fee is 750 Euros, which will cover meals and lodging, as well as a historical tour of Cappadocia Open Air Museum. Payments will be made by international bank transfer following receipt of an invoice.
To register, please complete this form before the deadline on 30th September: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd0bzg6Y4-ilRVNE6o57l5gYLlFN26KHSoGRz76oswPruJXJQ/viewform
For questions regarding this event, please contact us at this address: firstname.lastname@example.org
DyViTo ESRs at the 2019 ECVP Conference
DyViTo would like to congratulate Cehao Yu, University of Delft, and Ellen De Korte, University of Bradford, on having their submissions accepted. They will be participating in the ECVP conference in Leuven in August 2019.
A warm welcome to our new ESR
Giessen Workshop has ended
The DyViTo network would like to thank JLU Giessen for hosting a fantastic network meeting. We were privileged to hear presentations from excellent speakers, enjoy poster presentations and in-depth conversations with external partners. Our ESRs had the opportunity to network, present their research and even take in the beautiful Marburg castle.
DyViTo in Giessen
The DyViTo network is looking forward to the workshops which the network will be attending from Monday 11th March.
The team in Giessen have booked a wonderful venue,
Rauischholzhausen Conference Centre.
Stay tuned for the news and updates from the workshop.
DyViTo Workshops – March 2019
Registration open for network and non-network members
We invite you to attend our upcoming workshop, to be held the 11th-14th of March 2019 at the beautiful Rauischholzhausen Conference Centre located near Giessen, Germany The meeting is funded by the European Union Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions grant “DyViTo: Dynamics in Vision and Touch”.
This meeting is the first in a series of workshops to be hosted by the member institutions of the DyViTo network. Each workshop will have invited talks and poster sessions featuring the latest work on visual, haptic, and multisensory perception of object and material properties. Confirmed speakers for our first meeting include:
- Roberta Klatzky
- Marc Ernst
- Rufin VanRullen
- Anya Hurlbert
- Astrid Kappers
- Felix Wichmann
- Huseyin Boyaci
- Massimiliano Di Luca
- Bei Xiao
- Frank Maile
- Siegrid Siderius
The workshop is open to non-network members for participation, but space is limited, so apply early to secure your place!
The registration fee is 630 Euros, which will cover meals and lodging, as well as a historical tour of nearby Marburg. Payments will be made by international bank transfer following receipt of an invoice.
To register, please complete this form before the deadline on 31 January: https://goo.gl/forms/Bf0bPYRpXIXC9wyt2
For questions regarding this event, please contact us at this address: email@example.com
Meet the Team
The Training and Network meeting has begun. Make sure you visit our Blog to see our daily activities as well as more information about the Early Stage Researchers, Institutions and Partners.
The DyViTo Project is excited to welcome the wider team to the University of Bradford.
Training and Network meeting
DyViTo’s training and networking event will be held from 10th to 14th December 2018 at the University of Bradford. The week long event will include a day at the National Science and Media Museum, a session on Gender and Diversty in research, presented by Professor Candy Rowe and a presentation on a mass audience participation experiment in colour perception, by Professor Anya Hurlbert and staff from the National Gallery.
More information about the events of each day will be featured on our blog.
Coordinator’s Information Day
This will take place in Brussels on 23rd November 2018 and will cover Project Life Cycle and Horizon 2020 management.
Network Launch Meeting
DyViTo’s Network Launch meeting took place on 25th and 26th June 2018.