Angela Gomes Tomaz
I am a Ph.D. student under the supervision of Bilge Sayim at the SCALab, University of Lille. I currently investigate visual perception and appearance as part of an international collaboration on Deciphering the elemental building blocks of visual appearance with Wolf Harmening, University Eye Hospital in Bonn, Germany.
My Ph.D. project is supported by an ANR grant awarded to Bilge Sayim.
Gomes Tomaz, Â., Gutnikov, A. , Harmening, W. M., & Sayim, B. Beyond categorization: The appearance of optotypes around threshold. 22nd meeting of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology (ESCoP), August 2022, Lille, France.
Gomes Tomaz, Â., Daneshi, A., Hansmann-Roth, S., Harmening, W. M., & Sayim, B. The appearance of tiny objects: How Snellen’s symbols look like below, at and above threshold. Annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, May 2022, St. Pete Beach, USA & Online.
Tomaz, Â., Harmening, W. M., & Sayim, B. Appearance at threshold: How Snellen symbols look like. GDR Vision Forum, October 2021, Lille, France.