Regular Research Seminars
The VML Research Seminars usually take place at 3 Krivokolenny lane, room 211.
- The 31st VML Research Seminar, on the use of eye-tracking to study the reading processes in children with hearing loss, was held on February 8, 2022
- The 30th VML Research Seminar, on the data processing and statistical analysis, was held on November 5, 2021.
- The 29th VML Research Seminar, on the discussion of the reinforcement learning, was held on October 25, 2021
- The 28th VML Research Seminar, on the discussion of the article "The what, where, and why of priority maps and their interactions with visual working memory" (Zelinsky & Bisley, 2015), held on the 19th of February 2021.
- The 27th VML Research Seminar, on the discussion of a new version of the visual search model by J. Wolfe, held on the 5th of February 2021.
- The 26th VML Research Seminar in collaboration with Icelandic Vision Lab of the University of Iceland was held on May 29, 2020
- The 25th VML Research Seminar, within which upcoming events in the laboratory were discussed, took place on October 29, 2019, at 4/2 Slavyanskaya Square, room 308.
- The 23rd VML Research Seminar, during which the guest researchers from Lomonosov Moscow State University visited our laboratory, took place on September 6, 2019, at 4/2 Slavyanskaya Square, room 308.
- The 22nd VML Research Seminar on the effective and ineffective poster designs and presentations, took place on July 19, 2019, at 4/2 Slavyanskaya Square, room 308.
- The 21st VML Research Seminar on computer modelling toook place July 12, 2019, at 4/2 Slavyanskaya Square, room 308.
- The 19th VML Research Seminar on the mechanisms of presaccadic remapping took place on May 13, 2019, at 4/2 Slavyanskaya Square, room 308.
- The 18th VML Research Seminar on the best saliency prediction algorithms wook place on April 29, 2019, at 4/2 Slavyanskaya Square, room 308.
- The 10th VML Research Seminar on the oculomotor system and a task set took place on December 14, 2018.
The Research Seminar materials: Task and the oculomotor system.pdf
- The 9th VML Research Seminar on the Attentional Networks Test (ANT) took place on November 23, 2018.
The Research Seminar materials: ANT pres.pdf
- The 8th VML Research Seminar on antisaccade tasks took place on November 9, 2018.
The Research Seminar materials: Krasovskaya_Antisaccades
- The 7th VML Research Seminar on convolutional neural networks took place on October 12, 2018.
The Research Seminar materials: Korotaev_CNN.pdf
- The 6th VML Research Seminar on on experimental design in Phychology and Psychophysics took place on September 28, 2018.
The Research Seminar materials: Asvarisch_Rescorla.pdf
- The 5th VML Research Seminar on preliminary Lab research results took place on September 20, 2018.
- The 4th VML Research Seminar on Python and TMS research on visual cortex took place on August 3, 2018.
The Research Seminar materials: TMS & visual cortex.pdf
- The 3rd VML Research Seminar on saccade and microsaccade detection took place on July 26, 2018.
The Research Seminar materials: Bhatnagar_Curvature
- The 2nd VML Research Seminar on deep learning neural networks and Python took place on July 19, 2018.
The Research Seminar materials: Merzon_Zhulikov_Neural_Nets
- The 1st VML Research Seminar on Python and its use in psychophysics, neuroscience, and computational modelling took place on July 13, 2018.
The Research Seminar materials: Zhulikov_Matlab_vs_Python
- The VML Advanced Eye Tracking Workshop, October 25–26, 2018.
- Joe MacInnes: Fixations, microsaccades, & saccadic curvature Fixations Curvature Microsaccades.pdf
- Joe MacInnes: Gaze contingent eye tracking and timing GazeContingent.pdf
- Sofia Krasovskaya: Models of fixation Models of fixation.pdf
- Liya Merzon & Georgii Zhulikov: Modeling temporal dynamics of attention with Leaky Integrate-and-Fire model Temporal LIF.pdf
- Liya Merzon: Eye tracking and Open Sesame: practical Eye tracking and Open Sesame.pdf
- Georgii Zhulikov: Gaze event classifier Eye movement classification.pdf
- Elena Gorina: Pupillometry: Psychology, Physiology, & Function pupilometry.pdf
- Lilit Dulyan and Sara Askarova: The IVT algorithm IVT_algorithm.rar
- The VML Eye Tracking Workshop for beginners, September 29, 2018.
Pyday Friday is a byWeekly seminar led by Georgiy Zhulikov. He is teaching proper programming techniques using Python as the language of choice, PyCharm as the IDE and as many examples of coded machine learning as can be found.
- Fourth Python Friday workshop, November 30, 2018
- Third Python Friday workshop, November 16, 2018
- Second Python Friday workshop, November 2, 2018
- First Python Friday workshop, October 19, 2018
Events we attended
The conference took place in Trieste (Italy), 26–30 August 2018.
The VML members presented the following topics:
- W. Joseph MacInnes, Elena Gorina, Alexey Asvarisch, Anastasia Komardin, & Tatiana Malevich: Capturing attentional capture with salience models
- Tatiana Malevich, Elena Rybina, Elizaveta Ivtushok, Liubov Ardasheva, & W. Joseph MacInnes: The reference frame for Inhibition of return is the full hemifield
- Sofia Krasovskaya, Georgii Zhulikov, Liya Merzon, & W. Joseph MacInnes: Temporal distribution of saccades with deep learning salience maps
- Alexey Asvarisch & W. Joseph MacInnes: Spatial attention with Rescorla's 'truly random control'
The conference programme is available here: ECVP-2018
The TMLSS took place in Cluj-Napoca, Transylvania (Romania), July 16–22, 2018.
The VML members presented the following topics:
- Sofia Krasovskaya, Georgii Zhulikov, & W. Joseph MacInnes: Deep-Learning Neural Networks as a Model of Saccadic Generation
The TMLSS materials are available on GitHub.
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