Faculty Members

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Assistant Professor
Tanner DeLawyer

  • Year of birth: 1986
  • Gender: Male
  • Affiliation:
    - Department of Engineering, Graduate School of Enginering
    - Department of Data and Innovation
Areas of specialization
Laboratory/research office Human Color Vision Laboratory
We are engaged in research studying the mechanisms underlying sensation, processing, perception,of the human color vision system. There are still a great number of aspects of the human color vision system that are unknown. In order to elucidate how the human color vision system functions, we make use of the perspectives and techniques of psychophysics, biological psychology, and behavioral neuroscience, among other areas.
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Courses

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Undergraduate school
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Research activities

Research papers
  1. Authors: Tanner DeLawyer, Keizo Shinomori
    Title: Melanopsin-driven surround induction on the red/green balance of yellow
    Journal: Journal of the Optical Society of America, A, Vol. 40, No. 3, pp. A40-A47, Optica (the Optical Society of America)
    Year: 2023
  2. Authors: Tanner DeLawyer, Sei-ichi Tsujimura, Keizo Shinomori
    Title: Relative contributions of melanopsin to brightness discrimination when hue and luminance also vary
    Journal: Journal of the Optical Society of America, A, Vol. 37, No. 4, pp. A81-A88, The Optical Society of America
    Year: 2020
Keynote lectures
  1. Chromatic induction by surrounds varying in melanopsin activity level on red/green balanced yellow stimuli., International Colour Vision Society, 2022
Invited lectures
  1. Melanopsin in complex scenes: Brightness and color interactions, European Conference on Visual Perception, Paphos, Cyprus, 2023

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Social activities

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