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Roman Bednarik <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 20 Oct 2011 14:04:45 +0300
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DUET 2012: Dual Eye Tracking in CSCW
A CSCW 2012 workshop on the use of eye-tracking to study and support 
To be held in Seattle, February 2012

Call for papers: deadline November 25th, 2011

Dual eye-tracking (DUET) is a promising methodology to study and support 
collaborative work. The method consists in simultaneously recording the 
gaze of two collaborators working on a common task. The main themes 
addressed in the workshop are eye-tracking methodology (how to translate 
gaze measures into descriptions of joint action, how to measure and 
model gaze alignment between collaborators, how to include gaze in 
multimodal interaction models, how to address task specificity inherent 
to eye-tracking data), empirical studies involving dual eye tracking and 
more generally future applications of dual eye-tracking in CSCW. The 
workshop format will combine paper and poster presentations, as well as 
a small-group design session.

Patrick Jermann (EPFL)
Darren Gergle (Northwestern University)
Roman Bednarik (University of Eastern Finland)
Susan Brennan (Stony Brook University)

How to participate ?
The DUET 2012 will bring together scholars who currently develop the 
approach as well as a larger audience interested in applications of 
eye-tracking in collaborative situations. Participants are invited to 
submit methodological notes and research papers (4-8 pages) or poster 
submissions (2-4 pages). Papers will be made available online on the 
workshop website and extended versions may be submitted to a journal for 
a special issue.

Submissions should use the ACM extended abstract format and be sent by 
November 25th, 2011 by email to [log in to unmask] All 
submissions will be reviewed by at least two reviewers and selected with 
regards to relevance and quality.

Contact and information
Questions and inquiries: [log in to unmask]
Workshop website:
   Important dates:
November 25th, 2011: Electronic submissions due
December 9th 2011: Notification of acceptance
December 15th 2011: Early bird registration for CSCW 2012
February 11th-12th 2012: Workshop in Seattle.

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