We invite you to submit an abstract for either paper or poster presentation on any aspect of visual electrophysiology.
The deadline for abstract submission is midnight on 09/06/2019. Abstracts should be submitted by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and you will receive a confirmation acknowledging safe receipt within 1 week.

The submitted abstract should be formatted as follows:

  • The title should be in bold. Authors and affiliations should be inserted below the title in size 10 Ariel.
  • The font type should be Ariel, size 12 with 1.5 spacing and justified.
  • Divided into the following sections: Aims/Purpose, Methods, Results, Conclusions.
  • A maximum of 350 words (excluding authors and affiliations)
  • Please state your presentation preference (poster/talk/no preference) both on the submission and in the covering email.

Oral presentations

  • Each presentation will be limited to 15 minutes including question and discussion.
  • Please prepare a 10-12 minute PowerPoint presentation.
  • If you are using PowerPoint in Microsoft Windows (preferred), please bring your presentation with you on a USB memory. If you are using an Apple device, please bring you own laptop and adapter with you to the meeting in order to plug into the audio-visual system.
  • Please be aware there is no technical support on the day. A time will be given to download and test the talk on the AV system.
  • When displaying VEP waveforms the positivity is upwards and all waveform graphs should have amplitude and time base scales.

Poster presentations

  • Please prepare and bring your poster with you.
  • The ideal poster size is 1.5 x 1 meters landscape.
  • We will provide a poster board and pins for attaching your poster (No blue tak please).
  • Poster should be displayed throughout the symposium.
  • A presenting author is expected to be available in front of the poster for the entire duration of the poster session. Poster presenters may be asked to deliver a short (1-2 minute) verbal summary of their poster to meeting delegates.
  • When displaying VEP waveforms the positivity is upwards and all waveform graphs should have amplitude and time base scales.