Methodological Issues in Mobile Eye Tracking

The use of mobile eye tracking is of great potential to behavioral research, but application is often hampered by methodological issues. This workshop addresses methodological challenges and recent developments in mobile eye tracking across disciplines to advance the use of mobile technology. Participation in the workshop is free.

2015.01.07 | Lars Pallesen

Date Wed 18 Mar
Time 09:00 17:00
Location IMC meeting room, Jens Chr. Skous vej 4, building 1483, 3rd floor, Nobelparken, 8000 Aarhus C
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Methodological Issues in Mobile Eye Tracking

18th of March 2015

Interacting Minds Centre, Aarhus University, Denmark

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The use of mobile eye tracking is of great potential to behavioral research, but application is often hampered by methodological issues. This workshop addresses methodological challenges and recent developments in mobile eye tracking across disciplines to advance the use of mobile technology. Participation in the workshop is free.

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Confirmed speakers:

Thies Pfeiffer (Bielefeldt University)

Annika Wallin (Lund University)

Kerstin Gidlöf (Lund University)

Conference Fee: Free.

Organising Committee:

Marc Andersen (mana@cas.au.dk) and Jacob L. Orquin (jalo@badm.au.dk)

 

Important Dates:

February 20, 2015: Deadline for abstract submission

End of February 2015: Notification of acceptance

Monday March 16, 2015: Deadline for registration.

 

Logistic Information:

The workshop will take place at the Interacting Minds Centre, Aarhus University, Denmark (interactingminds.au.dk). Further logistical details will be provided once the program is finalized.

 For any further information please contact us at mana@cas.au.dk.

 Please share this call of papers with other researchers who might have an interest in the topic.

 

 

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