Vision Leads to Action 2014

Sports and Exercise Sciences
Tuesday 3 June 2014 (09:00-17:00)

Our visual environment is complex and diverse. Vision Leads to Action 2014 is a free one-day conference with a focus on how our visual system overcomes this complexity to guide everyday actions. 

The conference will showcase a range of experimental techniques, from patient populations to virtual-reality environments, and neuroimaging and neuromodulation to robotic simulation. In addition to expert talks, there will be a poster session for students, post-docs and young researchers to present their work, and interactive demonstrations.

If you would like to register to attend, present a poster during the conference, or find out more information, please visit our website. 


  • Friday 9 May (poster abstract submissions) 
  • Friday 23 May (conference attendance registration)


VLTA is initiated and organised by a group of doctoral researchers from the School of Psychology and the School of Electronic Electrical and Computer Engineering.

The Organising Committee:

  • Emilie Jean-Baptiste
  • Johnny King Lau
  • Phil Woodgate
  • Melanie Wulff
  • Shan Xu

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