EyeTrackUX 2010

Leuven
Wednesday, 02 June 2010
EyeTrackUX 2010
Wednesday, 02 June 2010 10:00 -
Thursday, 03 June 2010 16:30 (Central European Time)

Centre for User Experience Research (CUO)
Parkstraat 45
Leuven
Belgium


Tobii Eye Tracking Conference on User Experience


EyeTrackUX 2010 (Tobii Eye-tracking conference on User Experience) is the premier international conference on eye-tracking in the field of user experience. By bringing together leading researchers from academia and industry it forms an important knowledge base for eye-tracking research and methodology. This event covers a wide range of leading edge eye tracking methodologies that are either emergent or actively employed in user experience research today.


EyeTrackUX 2010 will be held in Leuven (near Brussels), Belgium, in cooperation with Centre for User Experience Research (CUO) at IBBT / K.U. Leuven (Catholic University of Leuven) on June 2-3, 2010. On June 1st, the day before the conference, Tobii will be arranging a separate course on how to use eye tracking in web usability studies.
Read more about this course here.


The intense two day conference program includes a spectrum of user presentations, hands-on trainings and workshops. This year we are happy to present a keynote speaker from Google who will be talking about how and why Google uses eye tracking in user experience research. We also invite participants to contribute to the conference program, please see the call for speakers for more details.

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Confirmed content so far:

Keynote speakers
How and why Google uses eye tracking in user experience research

By Dr Anne Aula, Senior User Experience Researcher at Google Inc, Mountain View, USA.
Anne will talk about the various ways in which eyetracking is used at Google. She will highlight the reasoning behind key methodological decisions - such as using eyetracking as a qualitative supplement to think aloud studies or running more controlled experiments where eyetracking is the main source of data.

Why do they zig, when you want them to zag?
By Joan Treistman, President, The Treistman Group, New York, USA
With the advantage of over 30 years of eye tracking expertise, Joan Treistman shares learning from website usability studies which use eye tracking.

 


Speakers

Findings from a large cross cultural eye tracking study on e-commerce websites
By IUTP presented by Robert Stevens
 


Man Beats Machine: Why Usability Research Should Value Quality over Quantity

By Sofie Vanophem, Senior Project Manager, Human Interface Group, Belgium


Why You Absolutely Positively Need Eye Tracking for Usability Testing

By Robert Stevens, Director, Think Eyetracking, UK

Making sense of dynamic scenes – a 3D maze user study
By Jeroen Vanattenhoven, Centre for User Experience Research (CUO), IBBT / K.U.Leuven


 

Eye tracking in usability Testing on Mobile Devices
By Sebastian Goldstein, Alexander Juergens, useye.de, Duesseldorf, Germany


Using collaborative techniques to streamline analysis and presentation in eye tracking studies

By Mårten Angner, Usability & Interface Designer, Sweden


Overcoming the German Angst – or how to Implement the Implicit and become the Champion of Hearts

By Michael Schießl, Psychologist and Managing Partner of eye square, Germany


 

Combining and comparing is key
By Prof. Dr. Guido Ellert, Macromedia University of Applied Science for Media and Communication, Germany


Official Movie Websites:  Exploring the Impact of Interaction with Online Movie Collateral on Moviegoing Metrics
Lance Porter, PhD, USA


 

Usability and Eye tracking case studies from the University of South Africa
By Marco Pretorius, Usability & Eye Tracking Consultant, South Africa


Absolutely Retro – How we go confidently deep with eye tracking.
By Guy Redwood, founder of SimpleUsability Ltd, UK

Attention allocation in natural traffic environments (children 6-12 years old)
By Kristof Nevelsteen, KU Leuven, Belgium


International Usability Testing Partnership (IUTP) annual meeting
By Robert Stevens and Anne Jansen, IUTP


Hands-on Tobii Studio 2.1 classes in the computer lab
By Tobii staff


 

Using eye tracking to test mobile devices workshop
By Tobii staff and Useye



 

Guided tours in the User Experience lab at Centre for User Experience Research in Leuven.
See and try out equipment for measuring psychophysological responses, face reader for analyzing facial expressions and emotions, and more.
By CUO Staff


 

Guided tour and beer tasting at the Stella Artois beer brewery in Leuven on June 1 at 19:00

 



Pre-conference course on June 1st:

Baking with Tobii: 7 delicious recipes for successful eye tracking use in web usability studies
By Anneli Olsen, Usability Researcher and Trainer at Tobii, and Tommy Strandvall, Global Training Manager, at Tobii.


Call for speakers

The success of EyeTrackUX is highly dependent on the contribution of its participants and we are happy to invite you to contribute to the conference program. Researchers and practitioners in the field of eye tracking and user experience research are welcome to present their work. The presentation should focus on how you have used eye tracking in user experience research, methods, concrete advice or lessons learned, and a description of your main findings. We encourage people to present findings from academic research as well as from commercial research and client cases. It is also possible to arrange workshops and special interest group meetings during the conference.

Each presentation is limited to 20 minutes followed by 10 minutes for questions. If you wish to candidate for a speaking opportunity, please submit your application by e-mail to eyetrackux@tobii.com no later than May 10th, 2010. The application should include a title of the presentation, a short abstract of the presentation, and the CV of the speaker. Please note that there is a limited number of speaking slots available and speakers will be selected based on contribution and how well they fit the conference theme i.e. eye tracking and user experience.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

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Payment Instructions

  • We accept payment by credit card, wire transfer and cheque

    Upon registration, you may choose your preferred payment option. Accepted credit cards are VISA and MasterCard.

    For the options of wire transfer or cheque, Tobii Technology will invoice your university or organization. The invoice must be paid in full within 30 days payment from the invoice date.

    Cancellations can be made via email to
    audrey.wang@tobii.com before May 5, 2010.

    Cancellations made after May 5, 2010 or no shows at event will be charged 65% of the total participation fee per participant.







     

     

     



     

     

     

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