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"T.R Beelders" <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 25 May 2015 08:41:43 +0200
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Eye Tracking South Africa (ETSA) 2015 Call for papers
The second International Eye Tracking South Africa Conference (ETSA)
will be held in Vanderbijlpark, Gauteng, in South Africa from 7-9
October 2015. The conference will include poster sessions, presentations
of short papers (3-4 pages) and full papers (8-10 pages).  It will be
organised around several tracks and sessions to accommodate delegates
with various interests.  Besides the academic presentations, we also
welcome industry to present their products and services in non-academic
workshops and demonstrations.  In this context “industry” does not refer
to manufacturers of eye trackers only but also to users thereof, for
example market researchers, usability analysts, graphic designers,
educators, radiographers, occupational and speech therapists, people
with physical disabilities, cognitive psychologists, neurologists,
ophthalmologists, etc. We therefore invite the submission of case
studies and proposals in these areas.
ETSA 2015 has been approved for in-cooperation with SIGCHI. 
Key note speakers
Two distinguished keynote speakers will share their expertise and
knowledge with us.  Prof Kenneth Holmqvist and Mr Michael Schießl will
each be delivering a keynote address. Please see our website
( for more details.
Submissions: Academic
Authors are invited to submit original research papers related to eye
movement and the application thereof.  Conference tracks will include
but are not limited to the following topics:
·         Usability
·         Visualisation
·         Gaze interaction
·         Reading research
·         Eye Control for people with disabilities
·         Visual attention
·         Systems, tools and methods
·         Eye movements
·         Technical aspects of eye tracking e.g. pupil detection,
calibration, mapping, event detection, data quality, etc.
Each paper will be anonymously reviewed by at least three reviewers. 
The program committee will consider the following criteria when
evaluating submitted papers: originality of contribution, relevance to
the conference, technical/scientific merit, and presentation and
Submissions: Special Interest/ Case Study Sessions for Practitioners
and Industry
ETSA 2015 invites practitioners from any related discipline
(Occupational Therapy, Psychology, Speech Therapy, Ophthalmology etc.)
to present case study based sessions on their use of eye tracking with
patients/clients. These need not represent formal research, and should
be submitted in the format of a short paper under the Special Interest
category. Submissions should describe the case study and the findings
which will be presented. 
Additionally, industry is invited to submit in this category for
consideration of non-academic workshops or demonstrations. These
submissions should be in the form of a proposal for the envisaged
workshop, detailing the contents of the workshop or demonstration and
how it will be presented. 
Please download the complete call for papers from
ETSA 2015 Organising Committee


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