Gardner Lab

Psychology Department

Neurosciences Institute

Stanford University


Vision Lunch

Weekly meeting of people at and around Stanford interested in vision research-related topics.

We meet Wednesdays at 11:30 AM in room 419 at Jordan Hall, Stanford University

Please visit vis-lunch-announce to sign up!

Organizers Mareike Grotheer and Daniel Birman

Next meeting: January 24th, 2018

Deep convolutional models improve predictions of macaque V1 responses to natural images

Journal club (Part 2): Dan Yamins


Presenting at Vision Lunch

We would like to encourage anyone in the Stanford community (or outside it) who is working on vision-related research to come and talk about their stuff. In particular, Vision Lunches are intended to allow people in Vision labs at Stanford to hear about each other's work early on, when feedback can be important, and the results are new and exciting.

Please email Mareike and Dan if you're interested in presenting.

In general, it should be no problem to bump paper discussions to a later week, so if you see a date you're interested in, chances are we can accommodate you.

2018 meetings

1/24/18Journal Club (continued): Dan YaminsDeep convolutional models improve predictions of macaque V1 responses to natural images
1/31/18Journal club: Mareike GrotheerFacephenes and rainbows: Causal evidence for functional and anatomical specificity of face and color processing in the human brain
2/7/18 Rosemary Le (PhD Student, Wandell Lab, Stanford)-
3/28/18(Spring break)-

Previous meetings


An archive of Vision Lunch meetings farther back then the last quarter exists here.

An archive of Vision Lunch meetings prior to 9/13/17 exists on the Vista Lab wiki.