We have a couple of eye tracking clients speaking at this exciting conference!
Updates and Reminder:• Free post conference course is offered by Tobii on Oct 6, 2011.
• Deadline of paper submission is postponed to Aug 31, 2011.
• 1st round accepted speakers and posters are announced.
• Preliminary Agenda, Tutorials and Post Conference Courses are now available on the event website. Eye Tracking Methodology in Behavioral Research Welcome to EyeTrackBehavior, the 1st international eye tracking behavior conference organized by Tobii. We invite you, as a behavioral researcher interested in eye tracking, to this two-day conference to learn more about eye tracking as a technology and methodology. International researchers will present their work during the conference and share experiences and insights on how they use eye tracking in their research. This includes experimental design, working with participants and data collection, and the processing and analysis of gaze data. The principal goal of this conference is to serve as a meeting point between researchers who use or are considering using eye tracking in behavioral research. We invite you to present your work and share your insights by either submitting a methodology poster, a contributed talk or a symposia proposal. Tobii will also be offering focused, practical eye tracking workshops (1-2 hours each) during the conference. We encourage conference participants to suggest topics for workshops and plenary sessions by sending an email to email@example.com. Date: Oct 4-5, 2011
Location: Frankfurt, Germany
Event Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Examples of potential themes for the conference: Developmental psychology, Cognition, psychology and behavior, Human computer interaction, Neuropsychology, Language and/or reading research
|Call for Speakers/ Presentation Opportunities
• Contributed Talks – These sessions include papers or studies presented by our keynote speakers and accepted speaker candidates.
• Symposia – Eye Tracking Behavior Symposia consist of a series of scientific presentations/discussions around a common theme related to the general theme of measuring behavior by using eye tracking. Examples of potential themes for symposia: Developmental psychology; Cognition, psychology and behavior; Human computer interaction; Neuropsychology; Language and/or reading research.
• Posters – Posters will be displayed throughout the conference and in the scheduled poster sessions. Click here to learn more details about the conference.
|List of Speakers:
• Dr. Oleg Komogortsev, Assistant Professor of Computer Science,
Texas State University, United States
• Dr. Benjamin Tatler, Senior Lecturer at School of Psychology,
The University of Dundee, Scotland, United Kingdom EyeTrackAwards Winner and Speaker:
• Dr. Stefanie I. Beckerm, School of Psychology,
The Univerisity of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia Accepted Speakers:
• Dr. Adrian Dyer, Associate Professor of School of Media and Communication at RMIT University and Department of Physiology at Monash University, Australia
• Dr. Osman Skjold Kingo, Centre on Autobiographical Memory Research, Department of Psychology, Aarhus University, Denmark
• Dr. Bruce Allen Knight, Professor of Education at Central Queensland Univesity, Australia
• Associate Professor Mike Horsley, Director of the Learning Teaching Education Research Centre at Central Queensland University and User Experience Lab (iSurf CQU), Australia
• Beatrice Ermer, Chair of Marketing Management, HHL – Leipzig Graduate School of Management, Germany