We are back with a new bake of Psychological Digestives at this year’s Southampton Science & Engineering Festival (SOTSEF) on 11-20. March – – – Save the date!!!
Thanks so much to the Rank Prize Fund for awarding a Return To Research grant to our PhD student Hamed Karimipour, making it possible for him to participate at the symposium of the International Colour Vision Society 2022.
“Limited Evidence for the Perceptual Reality of Synaesthetic Colours” together with Nicolas Rothen presented at the AVA X-mas meeting.
Hamed and I are presenting at neuromatch 4.0 conference on December 2nd, 9:20-9:40h (UK time):
If you are looking for a PhD, have a look at our current PhD opportunities, or simply write me about what you would be interested in.
The Physiology of Afterimages supervised by Christoph Witzel (Southampton), Jenny Bosten (Sussex), and Wendy Adams (Southampton). Funded by BBSRC. Apply now, start 2022!
See our poster presentations at ECVP2021 here.
Witzel & Dewis
Why bananas are yellow: The Dominant Hue of Object Colours
Karimipour & Witzel
A simple perceptual model of surface colours: Assessments with hyperspectral images
Out now: “The role of hue in the perception of object colours” in AVA 2020 Virtual Christmas Meeting December 21, 2020. Perception. 2021;50(6):573-592. doi:10.1177/03010066211008143