Cornea to Cortex
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|