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29th Kanizsa Lecture - Michael Herzog: The Irreducibility of vision

29th Kanizsa Lecture 2021
*University of Padova*
October 22, 2021


We are pleased to announce that the 29th Kanizsa Lecture will be delivered by Professor Michael Herzog ( (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne).
"THE IRREDUCIBILITY OF VISION: GESTALT, CROWDING AND THE FUNDAMENTALS OF VISION"


The event is open to the public. A limited number of guests will attend the lecture in the Sala Archivio Antico, Palazzo Bo, Padova, while everybody can attend the streamed live event online on the official channel of the University of Padova and on youtube.

For more information:
https://dpg.unipd.it/en/percup/kanizsa-lecture


The lecture will start at 16:30 (UTC+2). The same day as the lecture, as it is tradition, there will be a symposium on Perception and Cognition.
Abstracts will be peer reviewed.
https://dpg.unipd.it/en/percup/kanizsa-lecture#arrivo3


These events are part of the celebrations organised as the University of Padova approaches its 800 anniversary, in the year 2022:
https://www.ottocentenariouniversitadipadova.it/en/


We thank for their support:

the University of Padova http://www.unipd.it/

the Department of General Psychology https://dpg.unipd.it/

Comune di Padova, and the Associazione Italiana di Psicologia http://www.aipass.org/


The organising committee:
Marco Bertamini, Paolo Bernardis, Luca Battaglini, Mario Bonato, Gianluca Campana, Carlo Fantoni, Walter Gerbino, Massimo Grassi

29th Kanizsa Lecture 2021
*University of Padova*
October 22, 2021