Conference presentations

These are conference presentations (talks or posters) on which I was an author. The person who presented the work is in bold. Talks I was invited to give are here. Talks to the general public are here.

 

  1. Ronny Rosner, Ghaith Tarawneh, Vivek Nityananda, Joss von Hadeln, Tobias Salden, Uwe Homberg, Jenny Read.
    Discovering neurons for stereoscopic vision in the praying mantis.
    110th Annual Meeting of the German Zoological Society (DZG), 12–15 September 2017, Bielefeld, Germany.
    15-min talk.
  2. Vivek Nityananda, Ghaith Tarawneh, Jenny Read.
    Mechanisms of stereopsis in the praying mantis.
    European Conference on Visual Perception, Berlin, Germany; August 30th 2017. 15-min talk.
  3. Kathleen Vancleef, Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza, Graham Morgan, Craig Sharp, Carla Black, Therese Casanova, Jess Hugill, Sheima Rafiq, Michael Clarke, Jenny Read.
    Stereothreshold estimates from a Bayesian staircase versus post hoc fitting of a psychometric function.
    European Conference on Visual Perception, Berlin, Germany; August 30th 2017. Poster.
  4. Jenny Read, Sid Henriksen, Dan Butts, Bruce Cumming.
    What are the local computations that support depth?
    Symposium on “Binocular vision in a 3D world” at European Conference on Visual Perception, Berlin, Germany; August 31st 2017. 20-min talk.
  5. Diana Umeton, Ghaith Tarawneh, Jenny Read, Candy Rowe.
    Camouflaged or conspicuous? It all depends on speed.
    Behaviour 2017, Estoril, Portugal; Aug 2017.
  6. Vivek Nityananda, Ghaith Tarawneh, Jenny Read.
    Stereo vision and depth perception in humans and mantises.
    Symposium on “The diverse relevance of animal behaviour for human cognition”, Behaviour 2017, Estoril, Portugal; Aug 2017. 15-min talk.
  7. Jenny Read, Ghaith Tarawneh, Vivek Nityananda, Ronny Rosner, Steven Errington, William
    Herbert, Bruce Cumming, Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza.
    When invisible noise obscures the signal: the consequences of nonlinearity in motion detection.
    Vision Sciences Society annual meeting, Tradewinds, Florida; May 2017. 15-min talk
  8. Sid Henriksen, Bruce Cumming, Jenny Read.
    Modeling response variability in disparity-selective cells.
    Vision Sciences Society annual meeting, Tradewinds, Florida; May 2017. 15-min talk
  9. Vivek Nityananda, Ronny Rosner, Ghaith Tarawneh, Jenny Read.
    Stereo vision and prey detection in the praying mantis.
    16th Congress of the International Society for Behavioural Ecology (ISBE), Exeter, UK; Aug 2016. 15-min talk.
  10. Diana Umeton, Ghaith Tarawneh, Jenny Read, Candy Rowe. Testing the illusion of ‘flicker-fusion’.
    16th Congress of the International Society for Behavioural Ecology (ISBE), Exeter, UK; Aug 2016. 15-min talk.
  11. Jenny Read, Vivek Nityananda, Ghaith Tarawneh, Ronny Rosner, Lisa Jones.
    Natural behaviour with artificial stimuli: probing praying mantis vision.
    Vision Sciences Society annual meeting, Tradewinds, Florida; May 2016. 15-min invited talk in symposium on Artifice versus realism as an experimental methodology.
  12. Andrew Glennerster, Jenny Read.
    2-D coordinate frames for optic flow and disparity.
    Vision Sciences Society annual meeting, Tradewinds, Florida; May 2016. Poster.
  13. Sid Henriksen, Jenny Read, Bruce Cumming.
    Testing the binocular energy model with response variability.
    Vision Sciences Society annual meeting, Tradewinds, Florida; May 2016. Poster.
  14. Paul Hands, Jenny Read.
    Can presenting images behind the screen plane generate a sense of stereoscopic scene depth?
    Vision Sciences Society annual meeting, Tradewinds, Florida; May 2016. Poster.
  15. Jenny Read, Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza, Michael Widdall, David Peterzell.
    Sensitivity to horizontal and vertical sine-wave corrugations defined by binocular disparity: factor analysis of individual differences reveals discrete processes with broad orientation and spatial frequency tuning.
    Vision Sciences Society annual meeting, Tradewinds, Florida; May 2016. Poster.
  16. Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza, Kathleen Vancleef, Will Herbert, Maeve Woodhouse, Jenny Read.
    Determination of the slope of the psychometric function for different stereoacuity tasks.
    Vision Sciences Society annual meeting, Tradewinds, Florida; May 2016. Poster.
  17. Kathleen Vancleef, Jenny Read, Will Herbert, Nicola Goodship, Maeve Woodhouse, Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza.
    Forced-choice disparity detection: are two or four alternatives most efficient in children?
    Vision Sciences Society annual meeting, Tradewinds, Florida; May 2016. Poster.
  18. Zoltán Derzsi, Ghaith Tarawneh, Kai Alter, Jenny Read.
    Event-related potentials (ERPs) at the onset of disparity gratings.
    Vision Sciences Society annual meeting, Tradewinds, Florida; May 2016. Poster.
  19. Kathleen Vancleef, Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza, Graham Morgan, Craig Sharp, Michael Clarke and Jenny Read.
    From the Laboratory to the Clinic: Practical Considerations for Employing Gaming in Eye Conditions.
    ACM 6th international conference on Digital Health, Montreal, Canada; 11 April 2016. 15 minute talk.
  20. Vivek Nityananda, Ronny Rosner, Ghaith Tarawneh, Jenny Read.
    Stereo vision and prey detection in the praying mantis
    XIIth Congress of the International Society for Neuroethology, Montevideo, Uruguay; 3 April 2016. Invited talk in the symposium “Neuronal mechanisms underlying target detection”.
  21. Kathleen Vancleef, Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza, Graham Morgan, Craig Sharp, Michael Clarke, Jenny Read.
    ASTEROID: Development of fun and accurate stereotest
    UK Neuro-ophthalmology Special Interest Group annual meeting; London, UK. Feb 2016; 10 minute talk.
  22. Jenny Read, Vivek Nityananda, Ronny Rosner, Ghaith Tarawneh.
    Mantis stereopsis in complex scenes
    41st Annual Interdisciplinary Conference, Breckenridge, CO, USA; January 2016. 15-minute talk.
  23. Zoltán Derzsi, Ghaith Tarawneh, Kai Alter, Jenny Read.
    A stereoscopic look at frequency tagging: Is a single frequency enough?
    36th European Conference on Visual Perception, Liverpool, UK; August 2015. Poster.
  24. Paul Hands, Jenny Read.
    The interaction between familiar size and stereoscopic depth cues.
    36th European Conference on Visual Perception, Liverpool, UK; August 2015. Poster.
  25. Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza, Sandra Arranz-Paraíso, Verónica Romero-Ferreiro, Jenny Read.
    Inter-scale suppression and facilitation in motion-discrimination are unaffected by dichoptic presentation.
    36th European Conference on Visual Perception, Liverpool, UK; August 2015. Poster.
  26. Vivek Nityananda, Ronny Rosner, Ghaith Tarawneh, Judith Nicolas, Stuart Crichton, Jenny Read.
    Insect stereo vision demonstrated using virtual 3D stimuli.
    36th European Conference on Visual Perception, Liverpool, UK; August 2015. 15-min talk.
  27. Jenny Read, Kathleen Vancleef, Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza, Graham Morgan, Craig Sharp, Michael Clarke.
    ASTEROID: Accurate STEReoacuity measurement in the eye clinic.
    36th European Conference on Visual Perception, Liverpool, UK; August 2015. 15-min talk.
  28. Partow Yazdani, Jenny Read, Roger Whittaker, Andrew Trevelyan.
    The dissociation of different measures of cortical inhibition in the visual system, and their use for non-invasive monitoring of epilepsy susceptibility.
    36th European Conference on Visual Perception, Liverpool, UK; August 2015. Poster.
  29. Vivek Nityananda, Ghaith Tarawneh, Jenny Read.
    Camouflage breaking by insect stereopsis.
    AVA Animal Vision / Camocon meeting, Liverpool, UK; August 2015. 15-min talk.
  30. David Peterzell, Ghaith Tarawneh, Vivek Nityananda, Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza, Jenny Read.
    Do praying mantises have multiple visual channels for spatial and temporal
    frequency? Preliminary factor analytic study of individual differences in
    optomotor-based contrast sensitivity functions.

    AVA Animal Vision / Camocon meeting, Liverpool, UK; August 2015. Poster.
  31. Kathleen Vancleef, Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza, Graham Morgan, Michael Clarke, Jenny Read.
    ASTEROID: Development of fun and accurate stereotest.
    British Isles Paediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus Association.
  32. Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza, Sandra Arranz-Paraíso, Verónica Romero-Ferreiro, Jenny Read, Holly Bridge.
    Short-term monocular deprivation reduces interocular surround suppression.
    Vision Sciences Society annual meeting, Tradewinds, Florida; May 2015. 15 minute talk.
  33. Sid Henriksen, Bruce Cumming, Jenny Read.
    The binocular energy model and V1 neurons signal disparity in half-matched stereograms.
    Vision Sciences Society annual meeting, Tradewinds, Florida; May 2015. 15 minute talk.
  34. Jenny Read, Natalie Busby, William Herbert, Sandra Arranz-Paraíso, Lisa Jones, Vivek Nityananda, Ghaith Tarawneh, Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza.
    Motion encoding in human being and praying mantis investigated with a masking paradigm.
    Vision Sciences Society annual meeting, Tradewinds, Florida; May 2015. Poster.
  35. Zoltán Derzsi, Ghaith Tarawneh, Kai Alter, Jenny Read.
    Studying the cortical response to binocular disparity using EEG temporal frequency tagging.
    Vision Sciences Society annual meeting, Tradewinds, Florida; May 2015. Poster.
  36. Paul Hands, Aniketa Khushu, Jenny Read.
    The interaction between relative disparity, familiar object size and binocular vision cues when perceiving stereoscopic 3D content.
    Vision Sciences Society annual meeting, Tradewinds, Florida; May 2015. Poster.
  37. Ronny Rosner, Vivek Nityananda, Ghaith Tarawneh, Jenny Read.
    Investigating the neuronal subtrate mediating 3D vision in the praying mantis.
    11th Göttingen Meeting of the German Society for Neuroscience; Mar 19 2015. Poster.
  38. Jenny Read, Vivek Nityananda, Ronny Rosner, Ghaith Tarawneh, Judith Nicolas.
    Developing a stereoscopic display system for an insect.
    40th Annual Interdisciplinary Conference. Jackson Hole, Wyoming; Feb 1 2015. 20 min talk.
  39. Paul Hands, Aniketa Khushu, Jenny Read.
    Interaction between size and disparity cues in distance judgements. IC3D conference, 3D Stereo Media. Liege, Belgium; Dec 2014.
  40. Partow Yazdani, Jenny Read, Roger Whittaker, Renos Georgiou, Andrew Trevelyan.
    The dissociation of different measures of cortical inhibition in the visual system, and their use for non-invasive monitoring of epilepsy susceptibility.
    Society for Neuroscience annual meeting, Washington, DC; November 2014. Poster number 550, session Visual Perception: Neural Mechanisms .
  41. Sid Henriksen, Bruce Cumming, Jenny Read.
    Temporal dynamics of disparity extraction consistent with a single computation underlying stereopsis.
    Society for Neuroscience annual meeting, Washington, DC; November 2014. 15 minute talk in Nanosymposium on striate cortex.
  42. Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza, Verónica Romero-Ferreiro, Jenny C. A. Read, Teresa Diéguez-Risco, Alexandra Bagney-Lifante, Montserrat Caballero-González, Javier Rodríguez-Torresano, and Roberto Rodríguez-Jiménez.
    Reduced visual orientation-surround suppression in schizophrenia shown by measuring contrast detection thresholds.
    Vision Sciences Society annual meeting, Tradewinds, Florida; May 2014. Poster.
  43. Paul Hands, Jenny Read.
    Perceptual compensation mechanism when viewing stereoscopic 3D from an oblique angle. IC3D conference, 3D Stereo Media. Liege, Belgium; Dec 5 2013.
  44. Partow Yazdani, Andrew Trevelyan, Jenny Read, Roger Whittaker.
    Assessing seizure susceptibility using visual psychophysics tests. Society for Neuroscience annual meeting, poster number 458, session Visual Motion: Behavior, Imaging and Models. San Diego, USA; Nov 11 2013.
  45. Zoltán Derzsi, Sid Henriksen, Jenny Read. Your eyes don’t do the math: Effect of temporal display protocols on perceived brightness. SMPTE 2013 Annual Technical Conference. Hollywood, California; Oct 23 2013. 30 min talk.
  46. Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza, Claire Brash, Jenny Read.
    Testing the horizontal-vertical stereo anisotropy with the critical-band masking paradigm. Fifth Iberian Conference on Perception, Santa Cruz, A Coruña, Spain; Jul 2013. 20 min talk.
  47. Paul Hands, Jenny Read.
    An illusion using 3D displays.Visual Illusions – past, present and future use, Leicester University, Leicester, UK; Jun 7 2013. 10 min talk.
  48. Partow Yazdani, Andrew Trevelyan, Jenny Read, Roger Whittaker.
    Assessing seizure susceptibility using visual psychophysics tests. Clinical Neurology Research Forum, Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK; May 30 2013. 30 min talk.
  49. Gemma Maxwell, Partow Yazdani, Roger Whittaker, Jenny Read, Andrew Trevelyan.
    Visual Psychophysics as a tool to assess seizure susceptibility. North East Neurology Association meeting, Harrogate, UK; Nov 2012. 20 min talk.
  50. Jenny Read, Fredrik Allenmark & Bruce Cumming.
    Reciprocal inhibition between binocular energy-model units can account for the reduced response to disparities in anti-correlated stereograms.
    Vision Science Society meeting, Naples, Florida; April 2012. Poster.
  51. Roger Whittaker, Jenny Read & Andrew Trevelyan.
    Assessing seizure susceptibility using visual psychophysical tests.
    British Society for Clinical Neurophysiology meeting, Stockton-on-Tees, UK; March 2012.
  52. Jenny Read & Catherine O’Hanlon.
    Remote eye tracking in young children using a touchscreen.
    EyeTrackBehavior 2011, Frankfurt, Germany; 4 October 2011. 30 minute talk.
  53. Fredrik Allenmark & Jenny Read.
    Spatial stereoresolution for depth corrugations may be set in primary visual cortex. Computational Neuroscience meeting CNS*2011, Stockholm, Sweden; July 2011. Poster.
  54. Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza, Louise Hogg & Jenny Read.
    Psychophysical evidence for spatial anisotropy of the center-surround antagonism in motion discrimination. Fourth Iberian Conference on Perception, Palma, Mallorca; July 2011. 20 min talk.
  55. Fredrik Allenmark & Jenny Read.
    Spatial stereoresolution for depth corrugations may be set in primary visual cortex. Vision Sciences Society, Naples, FL; May 10 2011. 15 min talk.
  56. Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza & Jenny Read.
    Spatial frequency bandwidth of surround suppression. Vision Sciences Society, Naples, FL; May 7 2010. Poster.
  57. Jenny Read.
    Modelling long-range interactions across the visual field in stereo correspondence. Computational & Systems Neuroscience (COSYNE), Salt Lake City, UT; February 28 2011. Poster.
  58. Fredrik Allenmark & Jenny Read.
    Spatial stereoresolution may be set in primary visual cortex Institute of Neuroscience and Institute of Health & Society joint research day, Newcastle; Jan 14 2011. 20 min talk.
    Won £100 prize for runner-up best presentation.
  59. Andrew Trevelyan, Roger Whittaker, Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza, Jenny Read.
    Visual psychophysics as a tool to probe susceptibility to epileptic seizures. International League Against Epilepsy meeting, Brighton, UK, October 2010. Poster.
  60. Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza, Louise Hogg & Jenny Read.
    Anisotropic facilitation in motion discrimination at low contrast. European Conference on Visual Perception, Lausanne, Switzerland; August 24 2010. Poster.
  61. Fredrik Allenmark & Jenny Read.
    The limit of spatial resolution for joint stereo disparity / motion perception. Vision Sciences Society, Naples, FL; May 9 2010. Poster.
  62. Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza, Vina Manjunath, Olaoluwakitan Osunkunle, Michael Clarke & Jenny Read.
    Suppression in Intermittent Exotropia during fixation. Vision Sciences Society, Naples, FL; May 9 2010. Poster.
  63. Vina Manjunath, Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza, Olaoluwakitan Osunkunle, Jenny Read & Michael Clarke
    Suppression is Demonstrable During Ocular Alignment in Intermittent Exotropes. Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, Fort Lauderdale, FL; May 2010.
    Awarded one of 5 travel grants from ARVO/NIHR and a prize from Novartis.
  64. Fredrik Allenmark & Jenny Read.
    Detectability of sine- versus square-wave disparity gratings: a challenge for current models of depth perception. Scottish Vision Group meeting, Dunkeld, UK; March 20 2010. 30 minute talk.
  65. Jenny Read.
    Two dimensions for the price of one: the efficient encoding of vertical disparity. Computational & Systems Neuroscience (COSYNE), Salt Lake City, UT; February 2010. Poster.
  66. Ben Brilot, Jenny Read & Melisssa Bateson.
    Does responding to multiple threat types favour general wariness? Mathematical Models in Ecology and Evolution, Bristol, UK; September 2009. 25-minute talk.
  67. Graeme Phillipson & Jenny Read.
    Global vertical disparity influences stereo correspondence. European Conference on Visual Perception, Regensburg, Germany; August 2009. 15-minute talk.
  68. Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza & Jenny Read.
    Horizontal/vertical anisotropy in sensitivity to relative disparity depends on stimulus depth structure. European Conference on Visual Perception, Regensburg, Germany; August 2009. Poster.
  69. Fredrik Allenmark & Jenny Read.
    Spatial Stereoresolution with sine and square-wave disparity gratings. Vision Sciences Society, Naples, FL; May 2009. Poster.
  70. Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza , Graeme Phillipson & Jenny Read.
    Size of vertical disparity pooling and the induced effect Vision Sciences Society, Naples, FL; May 2009. Poster.
  71. Jenny Read. Estimating surface structure and eye position from local derivatives of the disparity vector field. Computational & Systems Neuroscience (COSYNE), Salt Lake City, UT; 28th February 2009. Poster.
  72. Graeme Phillipson, Andrew Parker, David Milner, Jenny Read. Stereopsis without the ventral stream. Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC; November 2008. 15 minute talk.
  73. Jenny Read, Graeme Phillipson, David Milner & Andrew Parker.
    Binocular depth perception in a human subject with bilateral lesions of the lateral occipital cortical area Federation of European Neuroscience Societies Annual Meeting, Geneva, Switzerland; July 16th 2008. Poster.
  74. Jenny Read & Bruce Cumming. Solving the stereo correspondence problem with hybrid position and phase disparity detectors.
    Computational Vision and Neuroscience Symposium Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics Tübingen, Germany; April 7th 2008. Poster.
  75. Graeme Phillipson & Jenny Read. Scottish Vision Group meeting, Pitlochry, UK; March 15th 2008. 30 minute talk.
  76. Graeme Phillipson & Jenny Read . Does stereo correspondence take account of eye position?
    Scottish Vision Group meeting, Aberdeen, UK; March 18th 2007. 30 minute talk.
  77. Bruce Cumming & Jenny Read. Solving the stereo correspondence problem with realistic neurons Vision Sciences Society, Sarasota, FL; May 2008.
  78. Jenny Read & Bruce Cumming. A system lacking vertical disparity detectors still experiences the induced effect.
    Scottish Vision Group meeting, Aberdeen, UK; April 8th 2006.
  79. Jenny Read & Bruce Cumming. Solving the stereo correspondence problem with hybrid position and phase disparity detectors.
    Computational & Systems Neuroscience (COSYNE), Salt Lake City, UT; March 2006. Poster.
  80. Jenny Read & Bruce Cumming. Binocular phase disparity helps solve the stereo correspondence problem.
    Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC; November 2005. 15 minute talk.
  81. Jenny Read & Bruce Cumming. Explaining depth perception in dynamic noise with an interocular delay.
    Vision Sciences Society, Sarasota, FL; May 2005.
  82. Jenny Read & Bruce Cumming. Despite its perceptual consequences, vertical disparity may not be represented by the visual system.
    Computational & Systems Neuroscience (COSYNE), Salt Lake City, UT; March 2005.
  83. Bruce Cumming & Jenny Read. The stroboscopic Pulfrich stimulus: A new explanation of an old illusion.
    Vision Sciences Society, Sarasota, FL; May 2004. 15 minute talk.
  84. Bruce Cumming & Jenny Read. Sensitivity to interocular delay in binocular V1 neurons.
    Vision Sciences Society, Sarasota, FL; May 2003. 15 minute talk.
  85. Lajos R. Kozak, Miguel Castelo-Branco & Jenny Read. Physiologically-realistic circuitry underlying the motion aftereffect Vision Sciences Society, Sarasota, FL; May 2004.Jenny Read & Bruce Cumming. Modeling the neuronal basis of the Pulfrich effect
    Computational & Systems Neuroscience (COSYNE), Cold Spring Harbor, NY; March 2004.
  86. Bruce Cumming & Jenny Read. Binocular measurements reveal a temporal-nasal delay
    Society for Neuroscience, New Orleans, LA; November 2003. 15 minute talk.
  87. Jenny Read & Bruce Cumming. The neural mechanism of the Pulfrich effect in primate
    Society for Neuroscience, New Orleans, LA; November 2003.
  88. Jenny Read & Bruce Cumming. Modeling the cortical specialization for binocular vision.
    Vision Sciences Society, Sarasota, FL; May 2003.
  89. Jenny Read & Bruce Cumming. The relationship between disparity tuning and monocular spatial frequency tuning in binocular neurons of striate cortex.
    Society for Neuroscience, Orlando, FL; November 2002.
  90. Bruce Cumming & Jenny Read. Eye movements and receptive field measurements in V1.
    Society for Neuroscience, Orlando, FL; November 2002. 15 minute talk.
  91. Jenny Read & Bruce Cumming. Cortical computations underlying stereo vision.
    Computational Neuroscience, Chicago, IL; July 2002.
  92. Jenny Read & Bruce Cumming. Simple cells can show non-linear binocular combination.
    Vision Sciences Society, Sarasota, FL; May 2002.
  93. Jenny Read & Bruce Cumming. Local models can account for the reduced response of disparity-tuned V1 neurons to anti-correlated images.
    Society for Neuroscience, New Orleans, LA; November 2000.
  94. Jenny Read. A Bayesian model of the correspondence problem.
    Computational Neuroscience, Bruges, Belgium; July 2000.
    Voted best talk by a non-invited speaker.
  95. Jenny Read & Julian Jack. Some constraints on the design of synapses.
    European Neuroscience Federation, Brighton, UK; June 2000.
  96. Jenny Read & Richard Eagle. Reversed stereo depth and motion with anti-correlated stimuli.
    European Conference on Visual Perception, Trieste, Italy; August 1999.

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