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Articles

Kim, M., Gold, J. M. & Murray, R. F. (In press). What image features guide lightness perception? Journal of Vision.

Kim, M., Wilcox, L. M. & Murray, R. F. (2016). Perceived 3D shape toggles perceived glow. Current Biology. 26(9), 350-351. [ PDF ][ PubMed ] [ YFile ].

Conference Talks

2018

Kim, M., Aguilar, G. & Maertens, M. (2018). Michelson contrast for transparency perception in scenes with multiple luminances. Computational and Mathematical Models in Vision (Modvis). St. Pete Beach, Florida, USA. May 16-18, 2018.

Maertens, M., Kim, M. & Aguilar, G. (2018). A contrast-based model of achromatic transparency. Computational and Mathematical Models in Vision (Modvis). St. Pete Beach, Florida, USA. May 16-18, 2018.

Kim, M., Gold, J. M. and Murray, R. F. (2018). What visual features are important to lightness perception? Scottish Vision Group Meeting. Glencoe, UK. March 16-18, 218.

2017

Murray, R. F., Kim, M., and Gold, J. M. (2017). A reverse correlation test of computational models of lightness perception. Computational Cognitive Neuroscience. New York, NY, September 6-8, 2017.

Kim, M., Gold, J. M., and Murray, R. F. (2017). Classification images for understanding lightness perception. In European Conference on Visual Perception, Berlin, Germany, August 27-31, 2017.

Kim, M., Gold, J. M., and Murray, R. F. (2017). Using classification images to understand models of lightness perception. In Computational and Mathematical Models in Vision (Modvis), St. Pete Beach, Florida, May 17-19, 2017.

Murray, R. F., Desimone, K., and Kim, M. (2017). How do we count at a glance? In Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, St. Pete Beach, Florida, USA, May 19-24, 2017.

2016

Murray, R. F., Wilder, J. D., and Kim, M. (2016). Human vision uses a flexible model of lighting variations. In European Conference on Visual Perception, Barcelona, Spain, August 28 - September 1, 2016.

Kim, M., Wilcox, L. M., and Murray, R. F. (2016). Perceived 3D shape toggles perceived glow. In Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, St. Pete Beach, Florida, May 13-18, 2016.

Kim, M. (2016). Perceived 3d shape toggles perceived glow. In Second Annual Student Research Symposium of the Neuroscience Association at York, Toronto, Canada, March 4, 2016.

2015

Murray, R. F. and Kim, M. (2015). Lightness constancy via Bayesian anchoring. In Annual Interdisciplinary Conference, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, February 1-6, 2015.

2011

Kim, M. and Murray, R. F. (2011). 3D surface shape and the appearance of glow. In Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, Naples, Florida, May 6-11, 2011.

Conference Posters

2018

Kim, M., Aguilar, G. & Maertens, M. Understanding the reduction in Michelson contrast for the perception of transparency. Presented at the European Conference on Visual Perception. Trieste, Italy. August 26-31, 2018.

Aguilar, G., Kim, M. & Maertens, M. Estimating perceived transparency using conjoint measurement. Presented at the European Conference on Visual Perception. Trieste, Italy. August 26-31, 2018.

2017

Kim, M., Gold, J. M., and Murray, R. F. (2017). Classification images for understanding lightness perception. In Centre for Vision Research International Conference on Vision in the Real World, Toronto, Canada, June 13-16, 2017.

2016

Kim, M., Wilcox, L. M., and Murray, R. F. (2016). Perceived 3d shape toggles perceived glow. In Perception Representation, Illumination, Shape, and Material Workshop, Schloss Rauischholzhausen, Germany, October 19-23, 2016.

2015

Kim, M., Gold, J. M., and Murray, R. F. (2015). Classification images reveal that local grouping within lighting frameworks drives the argyle illusion. In Centre for Vision Research International Conference on Perceptual Organization, Toronto, Canada, June 23-26, 2015.

Kim, M., Gold, J. M., and Murray, R. F. (2015). Classification images reveal that local grouping within lighting frameworks drives the argyle illusion. In Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, St. Pete's Beach, Florida, May 15-20, 2015.

2014

Kim, M., Ng, K., and Maloney, L. T. (2014). Light field interpolation across an insulating white border. In Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, May 16-21, 2014.

2013

Kim, M. and Maloney, L. T. (2013). Interpolation of illuminant cues across scenes with light fields induced by a mixture of a proximal and a collimated light source. In European Conference on Visual Perception, Bremen, Germany, August 25-29, 2013.

Kim, M., Schüür, F., and Maloney, L. T. (2013). Interpolation of illuminant cues across scenes with light fields induced by a mixture of a proximal and a collimated light source. In Centre for Vision Research International Conference on Interactions in Vision, Toronto, Canada, June 26-29, 2013.

2011

Kim, M. and Murray, R. F. (2011). The influence of shape on perceived glow. In Centre for Vision Research International Conference on Plastic Vision, June 15-18, 2011.

Kim, M. and Murray, R. F. (2011). The influence of shape on perceived glow. In Workshop on the Perception of Material Properties, Schloss Rauischholzhausen, Germany, June 1-5, 2011.

2008

Kim, M. and Rensink, R. A. (2008). Image transitions: the invariance of mental representations to visual transformations. In Banff Annual Seminar in Cognitive Science, Banff, Canada, May 2-3, 2008.

2007

Chao, W. O., Ha, D., Ho, K., Kaastra, L., Kim, M., Wade, A., and Fisher, B. (2007). The bricolage. In IEEE Symposium on Visual Analytics Science and Technology, Sacramento, California, Oct. 30 - Nov. 1, 2007.

Ha, D., Kim, M., Wade, A., Chao, W. O., Ho, K., Kaastra, L., Fisher, B., and Dill, J. (2007). From tasks to tools: A field study in collaborative visual analytics. In IEEE Symposium on Visual Analytics Science and Technology, Sacramento, California, Oct. 30-Nov. 1, 2007.

Popular Science

Kim, M. (2015, June 26). Highlights from the 2015 Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society. PLoS: The Student Blog.

Kim, M. (2014, Feb. 4). Not So Ordinary: A Tale of Unsung Scientific Heroes. [Review of the book Ordinary Geniuses: How Tow Mavericks Shaped Modern Sciences, by Gino Segrè]. PLoS: The Student Blog.

Kim, M. (2013, Sept. 10). The Scientific Method: It’s OK to Blunder. [Review of the book Brilliant Blunders: from Darwin to Einstein: Colossal Mistakes by Great Scientists That Changed Our Understanding of Life and the Universe, by Mario Livio]. PLoS: The Student Blog.

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