Australian Eye-tracking Conference 2018

Australian Eye-tracking Conference 2018

Australian Eye-tracking Conference 2018

Submission deadline extended to 30 November 2017

The deadline for the second call for papers has been extended to 30 November 2017. Don’t miss this chance to engage with cutting-edge eye-tracking research!

What: The Australian Eye-Tracking Conference 2018 (AusET2018): Framing the Future of Eye-Tracking Research 

When: Thursday 26 April – Saturday 28 April 2018

Where: Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia

Find us: www.mq.edu.au/eye-tracking

The Australian Eye-Tracking Conference 2018 is an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary conference with the primary goal of providing a forum for cutting-edge eye-tracking research.

Advances in eye-movement technology have allowed researchers to engage with previously impregnable research questions across diverse disciplines and areas, including developmental science, neuro-cognition, linguistics, communication, education, applied perspectives and clinical research.

Progress in knowledge and technology, as well as ever-evolving methods of data analysis, are bringing new opportunities as well as challenges. These advances will be explored in depth at AusET2018, providing opportunities for researchers to discuss the latest approaches to eye-tracking research, including the combination of eye-tracking with other types of data (e.g. EEG and keystroke logging).

The conference will bring together international and local researchers from academia and industry to engage with eye-movement research, and encourage new collaborations across disciplines and institutions. This network of diverse backgrounds, expertise and methodologies will enhance innovation, and contribute to a dynamic future for eye-movement research.

Keynote speakers

  • Valerie Benson, Senior Lecturer Psychology (University of Southampton)
  • Scott Johnson, Professor of Psychology, Director of the Baby Lab (University of California)
  • Simon Liversedge, Professor of Psychology, Deputy Head (Research) and Co‑Director of the Centre for Vision and Cognition (University of Southampton)
  • Romina Palermo, Associate Professor of Psychological Science (The University of Western Australia)

Talks, posters and symposia

We invite abstracts of original research using eye-tracking as method. See website for more information.

Contact: Jan-Louis Kruger

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