Programme

We have an honour to annouce that the keynote speakers of the 5th Polish Eye Tracking Conference are going to be one of the world’s famous researchers of eye tracking:

Andrew T. Duchowski - a Professor of Computer Science at Clemson University, USA
Kenneth Holmqvist - a Professor in Psychology, Sweden
Halszka Jarodzka - an assistant Professor at the Welten Institute - Research Centre of Learning, Teaching and Technology of the Open University of the Netherlands, Heerlen, Netherlands
Jan Ober - a Professor at The Institute of Biocybernetics and Biomedical Engineering Polish Academy of Sciences, Poznań, Poland

We kindly inform that the names you can find in the programme above are the names of the speakers presenting the researches. The details regarding the coauthors will be included in the printed programme of the Conference.
At the Conference there will be a possibility for speakers, coauthors taking part in the Conference, posters’ presenters and other participants to receive a Cerificate confirming the participation in the Conference.

Friday, 21st April, 2017

From 13:00

Registration

16:00

Opening of the Conference

16:10-17:00

Keynote speaker prof. Kenneth Holmqvist:
What eye-trackers are; types of instruments and their properties.

I will talk about the different methods that have been used to track human eye-movements. I will focus of the features of the eye(s) that they track, and their properties in terms of precision, accuracy, sampling frequency, latencies, temporal precision, and coordinate systems. I will also peek forward into the future and guess what eye-trackers we might see in 10 years time.

17:00-17:25

Agnieszka Nowik,

The stages of planning functional grasps of tools in right- and left-handers – an eyetracking study.

COGNITION

17:25-17:50

Jukka Hyönä,

Eye movements when tracking multiple moving objects.

17:50-18:15

Piotr Dlugiewicz,

Validity of the Index of Cognitive Activity, as a measure of cognitive effort – pilot study.

18:15-18:40

Joe MacInnes,

Comparison of temporal models for spatial cuing.

18:40-19:05

Forward session

19:05

Welcome meeting „Eye on finger food” ATRIUM at The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin

 

 

Saturday, 22nd April, 2017

From 8:00

Registration

8:30-9:00

Welcome coffee

9:00-9:10

Opening of the second day of the Conference

9:10-10:00

Keynote speaker prof. Jan Ober:
Eye movements for problem solving.

10:00-10:25

Agnieszka Fudali-Czyż,

Oculomotor parameters in analysis of eye-fixation related potentials (EFRP).

NEW TECHNOLOGIES

10:25-10:50

Michał Chwesiuk, Radosław Mantiuk

Do-It-Yourself High Frequency Eye Tracker.

10:50-11:15

Jacek Matulewski,

The developement of Gaze Interaction Markup Language (GIML).

11:15-11:55

Forward session

11:55-13:10

Lunch break

13:10-14:00

Keynote speaker prof. Andrew Duchowski:
Eye Tracking Measurement of Cognitive Load.

In this talk I will compare and contrast a number of approaches to the measurement of cognitive load with an eye tracker. The first three are based on the manipulation of recorded pupil diameter. The fourth is based on the measurement of microsaccades. I will highlight two rather important pitfalls regarding pupil diameter measurement: sensitivity to luminance and off-axis distortion, and I will argue that microsaccadic measures are for the most part free from these limitations, however, their recording requires fast (> 300 Hz) sampling rates. Results from a high speed eye tracking study of task difficulty will be given to support the argument.

14:00-14:25

Pawel Kasprowski,

Gaze Self-Similarity Plots as a useful tool for eye movement analysis.

METHODOLOGY

14:25-14:50

Dominik Chrząstowski-Wachtel, Marek Młodożeniec

Improving Gaze-Control in Games.

14:50-15:15

Stanislav Popelka, ScanGraph

A tool for scanpath comparison using cliques of simple graphs.

15:15-16:00

Forward session

16:00-16:35

POSTER SESSION 1 / Coffee break

16:35-17:00

Raymond Bertram,

How expertise in radiology changes perceptual processes.

PERCEPTION / ATTENTION

17:00-17:25

Adrianna Liczbańska,

Recognising faces in the crowd.

17:25-17:50

Krzysztof Krejtz,

Attention to human and animal faces – an eye tracking study among carnists, vegetarians and vegans.

17:50-18:30

Forward session

20:30

Integration meeting at Mercure Lublin Centrum Hotel

 

 

Sunday, 23rd April, 2017

9:00-9:10

Opening of the third day of he conference

9:10-10:00

Keynote speaker Halszka Jarodzka PhD:
Keeping an eye on the classroom:
How eye tracking helps us to understand and to support teachers and pupil.

Eye tracking research in educational science has provided interesting insights into how learning works and how its instruction should be designed. Most of this research – just as most eye tracking research in general – had taken place in the laboratory. Educational practice, however, is very different from any laboratory setting. For instance, a classroom is composed of many students in contrast to lab studies with one participant only. Hence, the question is to which extent can we generalize findings from lab studies to the educational practice and where do we need to move on towards more field studies to capture its complexity? In my keynote, I would like to address this questions from two perspectives, namely from the viewpoint of the teacher and from the student. In the teacher perspective, I will focus on how teachers develop visual expertise in managing a classroom full of students and how this can be investigated by eye tracking (and other triangulating measures). In the students perspective, I will discuss what influence the presence of others has on the students’ attentional processes and ultimately on their learning and how this could be investigated, but also supported with eye tracking.

10:00-10:25

Katarzyna Harezlak,

Chaotic behaviour of Eye Movement Signal.

GENERAL

10:25-10:50

Anastasiya Lopukhina,

Eye movement control in the visual world paradigm.

10:50-11:15

Marta Rusnak,

Eye tracker as a research tool for studying architectural heritage.

11:15-11:35

POSTER SESSION 2 / Coffee break

11:35-12:00

Anna Bonek,

Perception of German administrative acts during translation proces.

LANGUAGE

12:00-12:25

Tuomo Häikiö,

Syllables vs. morphemes in early reading of Finnish.

12:25-12:50

Paweł Korpal, Katarzyna Stachowiak

On visual processing of numbers and its effect on the accuracy of simultaneous interpreting.

12:50-13:15

Małgorzata Szupica-Pyrzanowska, Katarzyna Malesa

The influence of intense linguistic training in L2 and L3 on the sensitivity to errors in L1 – an eyetracking study.

13:15

Closing the Conference

Lunch