The history of the ERM

The European Retina Meeting (ERM) was initialized by the participants of the DFG-funded Research Unit FOR701 “Dynamics and Stability of Retinal Processing” coordinated by Prof. Reto Weiler (University of Oldenburg). The first meeting took place in Frankfurt/M, Germany, in 2007.

2019, Helsinki, Finland
Petri Ala-Laurila, Aalto University School of Science & University of Helsinki (Organizer)
Thomas Euler, University of Tübingen (Co-organizer)

2017, Paris, France
Serge A. Picaud, Institute de la Vision, Paris (Organizer)
Petri Ala-Laurila, Aalto University School of Science & University of Helsinki (Co-organizer)

ERM 2015

Brighton, UK
Leon Lagnado, University of Sussex (Organizer)
Serge A. Picaud, Institute de la Vision, Paris (Co-organizer)

ERM 2013

Alicante, Spain
Nicolas Cuenca, University of Alicante (Organizer)
Pedro de la Villa, University of Alcala (Organizer)
Leon Lagnado,University of Cambridge (Co-organizer)

ERM 2011

Amsterdam, Netherlands
Maarten Kamermans, Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience (Organizer)
Enrica Strettoi, Instituto di Neuroscienze CNR (Co-organizer)

ERM 2009

Oldenburg, Germany
Reto Weiler, University of Oldenburg (Organizer)
Maarten Kamermans,  Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience (Co-organizer)

ERM 2007

Frankfurt/M, Germany
Organizers:
Reto Weiler, University of Oldenburg (Organizer)
Heinz Wässle, MPI Brain Research, Frankfurt/M. (Organizer)