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The Young Researcher Vision Camp 2021 will be held on-line

Dear Colleagues,
Dear Friends and Supporters of the European Vision Institute, Ladies and Gentlemen,

The European Vision institute has decided that The YOUNG RESEARCHER VISION CAMP 2021 will be held on-line via ZOOM according to the ongoing concerns linked to the coronavirus epidemic on June 24th and 25th.

This year we have initiated an 'Open Session' on June 24th, chaired by Dr. Timm Schubert. This session is open to all topics of basic and applied vision research. Please submit short abstracts on-line with the registration until latest May 31st, 2021. We will select the four most promising topics and inform the speakers until June 10th, 2021. Thanks to the support by Zeiss from all speakers the three best will be selected and rewarded.

Uppermost in our mind is the health and safety of all of those who come together to make The Young Researcher Vision Camp happen and to make it  a special meeting.

We are sure the on-line edition will be a great success.

Keep safe and healthy!
The Organising Team

The Voices to the Vision Camp

The best feedback is always the appraisal by the participants – The Voices to the Vision Camp:

“To sum it up: It was an awesome camp at castle Wildenstein…” [ND]

“The Vision Camp was an amazing experience. I especially liked the poster session to see what other PhD students are doing and to have the opportunity to meet people from all over Europe.”[KF]

“… I enjoyed the time at the castle with this international crowd. The scientific sessions were very good and I enjoyed to get in touch with any kind of aspects regarding vision.” [MK]

“The broad range of interesting topics covered, the supportive yet enthusiastic atmosphere and the beautiful location resulted in a thoroughly enjoyable weekend.” [KB]

“Superb!” [AS]

“It was a weekend full of presentations about a lot of different areas within the eye research field. … The poster session was nice as was the accommodation. The idea of a very old castle is nice as was the service by the personal. I have met a lot of nice people! Thank you for the interesting weekend!” [CK]

„… it was enriching to attend this meeting, because there were lots of interesting young people from different countries, with different research subjects, and who had attended completely different kinds of training in the past!” [EVD]

“… it was a very nice weekend. The castle is a great location! It was great that the talks were almost exclusively given by PhD students. … Furthermore, the food was very good!” [SB]

“…it as an experience that gave a broader view of the current research in vision.” [KS]

“…a really great time. I loved the environment, the friendly and perspective youth!“ [RS]

“Even though the location was far away from everything – it was the most perfect location. Great with no wifi connection, which lead to more discussion among the participants.” [MH]


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