Journal Club Summer Term 2016

Day, time & location:

During term time:
Tuesdays from 12:45 till 13:45 hrs, weekly
72076 Tübingen, Sand 6, room F230

Students can obtain 2 ECTS for the active participation in the Journal Club (non graded, only pass or fail). Active participation implies, first, that students have to present at least one paper during term. Second, they have to attend the Journal Club regularly: non-attendance will only be tolerated once per term (unless the student provides a doctor's note).

Finally, the number of participants at the Journal Club is strictly limited to 10, and members of the NIP lab take precedence over external students. Thus in practice there is a limit of 2, 3 or maximally 4 external students per term, depending on the number of current NIP lab members.

datepresenterpaper
12.02.2016 Felix WichmannFirst meeting; assignment of papers to participants
19.04.2016Uli WannekHecht, S., Shlaer, S., and Pirenne, M. H. (1942). Energy, quanta, and vision.
The Journal of General Physiology, 25:819–840.
26.04.2016Johanna SaluStockman, A. and Sharpe, L. T. (2000). The spectral sensitivities of the middle- and long-wavelength-sensitive cones derived from measurements in observers of known genotype.
Vision Research, 40:1711–1737.
03.05.2016

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10.05.2016

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17.05.2016

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24.05.2016

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31.05.2016

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07.06.2016Johanna Salu

!!! Attention: Today's journal club is already beginning at 11:30 hrs !!!

Whittle, P. (1986). Increments and decrements: luminance discrimination.
Vision Research, 26(10):1677–1691.

14.06.2016Robert GeirhosArend, L. E. and Goldstein, R. (1987). Simultaneous constancy, lightness, and brightness.
Journal of the Optical Society of America A, 4(12):2281–2285.
21.06.2016David JanssenRichards, W., Koenderink, J. J., and van Doorn, A. J. (2009). Transparency and imaginary colors.
Journal of the Optical Society of America A, 26(5):1119–1128.
28.06.2016

- no journal club -

05.07.2016Selam HabtegiorgisCooper, E. A. and Norcia, A. M. (2015). Predicting cortical dark/bright asymmetries from natural image statistics and early visual transforms.
PLoS Computational Biology, 11(5):e1004268, 1–25.
12.07.2016

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19.07.2016Felix WichmannKingdom, F. A. A. (2011). Lightness, brightness and transparency: A quarter century of new ideas, captivating demonstrations and unrelenting controversy.
Vision Research, 51:652–673.