Abstract submission and guidelines

Only after registration and payment an abstract can be submitted. Please note that the registration for the conference allows you to submit ONE abstract as a first author.

During abstract submission you can indicate ‘talk’, ‘poster’, (note that there is also an option ‘symposium’, but this is only meant for authors for which an abstract has been assigned already to one of the selected symposia). Please note that the indication (talk or poster) is subject to the final decision (after review talks maybe accepted as posters and posters as talks). 

During the submission process you will be required to indicate the area of your abstract from a topic list. Please, be as accurate as possible, since this will help the organizers to create homogeneous sessions. Note that, during submission, you will also add a few additional keywords in a separate box.

We aim to publish abstracts in the journal Perception.  Please, note that references are not allowed. Authors should put an emphasis on what they judge to be of greatest importance and interest, and, where possible, clearly state theoretical implications. Authors are urged to write as clearly as possible (in English) and please do not use abbreviations. The SI system of units should be used. Lastly, please, note that references are not allowed

Required information:

  • Abstract title.
  • Abstract – maximum 300 words (20 words allowance for Acknowledgements)
  • Name, affiliation, and contact information of the authors


  • 3D Vision, Depth & Stereo

  • Aftereffects
  • Art & Aesthetics
  • Biological Motion
  • Clinical Aspects of Vision / Clinical Populations
  • Computational Modelling
  • Ensemble Perception
  • Face Perception
  • Individual Differences
  • Lightness, Brightness & Contrast
  • Magnitude, Time, & Numerosity
  • Multisensory Perception
  • Object Perception
  • Perceptual Awareness & Consciousness
  • Perceptual Development
  • Perceptual Memory
  • Peripheral Vision
  • Scene Perception
  • Social Perception
  • Surface & Texture
  • Temporal Processing
  • Visual Search and Foraging

Please submit your abstract to: www.easyacademia.org/ecvp2023 



  • Adaptation
  • Applied Vision
  • Attention
  • Bistable Perception
  • Colour
  • Crowding
  • Eye Movements
  • Illusions
  • Learning
  • Low-level Vision
  • Motion Perception
  • Natural Image Statistics
  • Perception & Action
  • Perceptual Decision Making
  • Perceptual Grouping
  • Perceptual Organisation
  • Research Methods
  • Shape Perception
  • Spatial Vision
  • Symmetry
  • Visual Cognition
  • Visual Working Memory



Important Dates

Call for abstracts: 16th January 2023 – 1st March 2023 (extended 17 March, 2023)
Abstract acceptance notification: 14th April


In case you are presenting at a Symposium you will not be able to present any other contribution at the conference, but you may appear as a co-author.  This is done to give the opportunity to as many people to present at ECVP 2023