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ETWEB - Eye Tracking for The Web, as a conference track at ETRA 2019, the
ACM Symposium on Eye Tracking Research & Applications, June 25-28, 2019 in
Denver, Colorado, USA

The Web offers rich information and services. Mostly, users access these on
Web sites through interaction with graphical interfaces defined by Web page
documents. The design and the interaction with Web pages thus have a
considerable impact on our daily lives. Therefore, especially both the
usability and the accessibility of Web pages are relevant areas of research
to make the Web more useful.

ETWEB will cover topics that are related to Web (interface semantics
extraction, interaction adaptation, etc.) and eye tracking (attention
visualization, crowdsourcing, etc.). We particularly welcome submissions
that address the following topics with an emphasis on the relationship
between eye tracking and the Web:

   - Novel methods for eye tracking in challenging Web scenarios
   - Website usability analysis techniques using eye movement data
   - Enable usability optimization with eye tracking on dynamic Web content
   - Enhance the user experience in the Web by enabling an easy and
   complete understanding of user behavior
   - Understanding eye-tracking data for re-engineering Web pages
   - Eye Tracking scanpath analysis techniques on Web Pages
   - Analyzing Web search and browsing behaviors through gaze pattern
   - Social media browsing behavior analysis
   - Correlating mouse clicks and gaze data with Web browsing behavior
   - Gaze-based Web usability studies via crowdsourcing approaches
   - Standardized metrics for evaluating interactions and usability
   - Corpus of eye tracking ground truth data on Web pages
   - Eye tracking interaction techniques to assist people with disabilities
   - Multimodal interaction with Web (gaze, mouse, voice, touch, EEG etc.)
   - Interactive annotation of gaze and Web stimulus data
   - Techniques to integrate eye gaze as an input element in Web development
   - Reports of eye tracking studies evaluating Web accessibility and


   - Authors are invited to submit their work complying with the ETRA short
   and long paper format. Long papers (8 pages) encourage more matured
   research with evaluation results. Short papers (4 pages) encourage work in
   progress, and also position papers identifying the challenges of gaze-based
   Web interaction and analysis. Papers should be submitted electronically in
   PDF format to ETWEB over the ETRA submission system. Please select the
   ETWEB track.
*Accepted papers are considered regular ETRA publications and will be part
   of the ETRA proceedings (ACM digital library). A footnote on the first page
   will indicate that your paper was part of ETWEB. *
   - The submission process follows that of ETRA, but with a separate program
   - At least one author of each accepted ETWEB paper must register for the
   ETRA conference. Participants will be free to attend all ETRA tracks.

*ETWEB Important Dates*

*February 22, 2019 - Full papers and short papers due *
   - March 22, 2019 - Author notifications
   - March 29, 2019 - Camera-ready papers due


Chandan Kumar, Institute WeST, University of Koblenz, Germany
Raphael Menges, Institute WeST, University of Koblenz, Germany
Sukru Eraslan, METU Northern Cyprus Campus

*Program Committee*
Alexandra Papoutsaki, Pomona College, USA
Jacek Gwizdka, University of Texas, USA
Scott MacKenzie, York University, Canada
Simon Harper, University of Manchester, UK
Caroline Jay, University of Manchester, UK
Victoria Yaneva, University of Wolverhampton, UK
Yeliz Yeşilada, METU Northern Cyprus Campus
Marco Porta, University of Pavia, Italy
Spiros Nikolopoulos, CERTH ITI, Greece
Korok Sengupta, University of Koblenz, Germany
Steffen Staab, University of Koblenz, Germany

Chandan Kumar, Institute for Web Science and Technologies, University of
Koblenz, [log in to unmask]

Dr. Chandan Kumar
Interactive Web and Human Computing
Institute for Web Science and Technologies
Building B - Room 113
Universität Koblenz-Landau
Universitätsstraße 1
D - 56070 Koblenz

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