EyeTracKConf Uppsala

751 42 Uppsala
Thursday, 27 May 2010



 
EyeTracKConf Uppsala
Thursday, 27 May 2010 09:00 -
Friday, 28 May 2010 13:00 (Central European Time)

Department of Psychology, Uppsala University
Blåsenhus, Von Kraemers allé 1
751 42 Uppsala
Sweden

News! Please be informed that the conference is fully registered now. If you are interested to join in this conference, please send an email to Ms. Audrey Wang (Email: audrey.wang@tobii.com). Your application will be put on the waiting list and we shall advise your application status as soon as possible. Thank you very much!
 
About the Conference 

Day one, May 27
th : Full day conference on Emotions – Arousal – Pupil Dilation
.

Leading researchers will present their findings and methods to give a broad view on the use of pupil data within different research fields. Participant will also be able to present their own work.

Keynote speakers:
- Bruno Laeng, Professor in Cognitive Neuropsychology, University of Oslo, Norway.
- Gustaf Gredebäck, Associate Professor, manager of the Uppsala Baby Lab, Department of Psychology,
Uppsala University, Sweden.
- Sylvain Sirois, Professor in Developmental Psychology, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Canada.

Guest speakers:
- Helmut Wilhelm, Professor in the Department of Ophthalmology, Medical School, University of Tuebingen, Germany.
- Robert Hepach, PhD in the Department of Developmental and Comparative Psychology, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Psychology, Leipzig, Germany.
- Rachel Wu, PhD in Psychology at the Centre for Brain and Cognitive Development, Birkbeck, University of London, United Kingdom.
- Esther Wu, University of Oslo, Norway
- Dorothea Ullwer, Dipl.-Psych., Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany
- Steven van de Pavert, Center for the Study of Human Cognition, Department of Psychology, University of Oslo, Norway


Day two, May 28
th : Optional h
alf-day practical pupillometry workshop on acquiring, processing, and analysing pupil data organized by the Baby Lab at Uppsala University.

This workshop will provide tutorial-level demonstrations of acquiring, processing, and analysing pupil data. Existing data will be shown and processed in a step-by-step fashion. Data will be recorded from participants of the workshop and processed in-vivo. Sample code in Matlab will be available for attendees. But this will also be an opportunity for participants to take part in a seminar-type meeting to discuss challenges and prospects of pupillometric measures in their own work and future research more generally.

Who

Researchers and graduate students with experience and/or interest in eye tracking and pupillometry within the fields of cognitive psychology, developmental psychology and neuropsychology are welcome to participate.

Where
Department of Psychology, Uppsala University 
Blåsenhus, Von Kraemers allé 1 
751 42 Uppsala
Sweden


Fee

Conference only (May 27th) - 100 EUR per person
(Incl. conference, lunch, coffee and dinner. Excl. VAT, accommodation and travel costs.) 

Conference and half day workshop (May 27th and May 28th) - 150 EUR per person
(Incl. conference workshops, lunches, coffee and dinner. Excl. VAT, accommodation and travel costs.)

Call for speakers
We also invite you to contribute to the conference program by presenting your research findings, methods, or research plans within the scope of the conference; emotions, arousal and pupil dilation.

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 audrey.wang@tobii.com no later than May 1st 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.

Pre-conference eye tracking course
The day before the conference Tobii arranges a separate full day practical course on how to design and create eye tracking experiments in behavioral research. During the course you will learn how to use Tobii’s products and how to setup and design different types of eye tracking experiments. It is also possible for participants to get help with their own research projects during the course. The course will take place at the Tobii office in Stockholm, close to Uppsala. Read more about it here.

 

 

 

 
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  • Upon registration, Tobii Technology will invoice your university or organization.
    30 days payment from invoice date.

    Cancellations can be made via email to audrey.wang@tobii.com before May 5th, 2010.
    Cancellations after May 5th, 2010 or no shows at event will be charged EUR 85 per participant.
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