This feature issue of JOSA A is based on the 2017 Symposium of the International Color Vision Society (ICVS) to be held in Erlangen, Germany, 18-22 August 2017 (http://icvs2017.fau.de/). While meeting participants are particularly encouraged to submit their work, the feature is open to all other researchers in the related area.
The scope will span basic-science and applied approaches to the study of color vision, including perception and psychophysics, physiology and anatomy, functional imaging, genetics, and color-vision deficiencies.
All papers need to present original, previously unpublished work, and will be subject to the normal standards and peer-review process of the journals. To be eligible for publication, the paper needs to add substantial and/or significant new information to the original conference summary. Please see OSA's guidelines on expanded conference papers.
Manuscripts must be prepared according to the usual standards for submission to JOSA A; see the Information for Contributors in any printed issue or the OSA Style Guide. Manuscripts must also be uploaded through OSA's electronic submission system. All manuscripts must be submitted to the JOSA A. Please specify that the manuscript is for the Color Vision 2018 feature (choose from the feature issue drop-down menu).
Steven L. Buck, University of Washington, USA (Lead Editor)
Rigmor Baraas, University College of Southeast Norway, Norway
Jan Kremers, University Clinic Erlangen, Germany
Delwin T. Lindsey, Ohio State University, USA
Sérgio Nascimento, Minho University, Portugal
Michael A. Webster, University of Nevada, USA
John S. Werner, University of California-Davis, USA