Cornea to Cortex
Mae'r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.
We have organised the Cornea to Cortex research seminar series for over 16 years, and have hosted esteemed UK-based and international researchers from a wide range of vision-related disciplines.
Academic staff from the School also showcase the world-class research being undertaken at Cardiff University.
The seminars usually take place on Wednesday between 13:00-14:00 each week, from October to April, and are held in the lecture theatre on the ground floor of the School. All are welcome to attend.
Autumn 2018 series
|24 October||Dr Darren Rhodes, Nottingham Trent University|
Host: Aysha Motala
|Dynamic Bayesian models of timing and time perception|
|31 October||Professor Che Connon, Newcastle University|
Host: Professor Keith Meek
|What can tissue engineering tell us about the biology of the cornea?|
|7 November||Dr Peter Jones, City, University of London|
Host: Dr Matt Dunn
|Developing eye tests for hard to reach populations|
|14 November||Louise Read and Julian Jackson, OrCam and Vision Bridge|
Host: Professor Marcela Votruba
|How wearable artificial vision technology improves the lives of people with sight loss or reading difficulties|
|21 November||Dr James Doutch, ISIS Neutron Source|
Host: Dr Justyn Regini
|Neutron scattering and biology – opportunities and current status at Harwell campus|
|28 November||Professor Nicholas Roberts, University of Bristol|
Host: Professor Jon Erichsen
|Our visual, polarized world|