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*Call For Papers*

The 2022 ACM Symposium of Eye Tracking Research & Applications (ETRA) 
will be a fully hybrid conference held in Seattle, USA and online from 
June 8 to 11, 2022. The aim of ETRA is to bring together researchers and 
practitioners from across fields with the common goal of advancing eye 
tracking research. Join us in Seattle or attend ETRA online to see the 
newest cutting-edge eye-tracking research, participate in co-located 
workshops, and contribute to exciting discussions about the current 
controversies and the future potential of eye tracking.

The symposium presents advances and innovations in oculomotor research, 
gaze tracking systems, eye tracking applications, gaze-based 
interaction, and eye movement data analysis. We invite papers from all 
areas of eye tracking research and applications, and welcome submissions 
from all domains, including visuomotor, neuroscience, perception, and 

We are excited to announce that accepted full papers will be published 
in special issues in either the Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer 
Interaction (PACM HCI) or Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques 
(PACM CGIT). These ACM journals publish high-quality research related to 
their respective topic areas.

Papers must be original and not accepted previously for publication or 
under review elsewhere. At least one author must register and present 
accepted work at the conference. This year the conference will be hybrid 
(i.e. both in person and hosted online) to provide accessibility to 
those who may not be able to attend in person.

ACM ETRA 2022 is co-sponsored by the ACM Special interest Group on 
Computer-Human Interaction (SIGCHI) and the ACM Special Interest Group 
on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques (SIGGRAPH).

For more information about the submission process, templates, and paper 
lengths, please refer to

*Important Dates (Time Zone: AoE/Anywhere on Earth)*



Abstract Submission (mandatory)


November 29, 2021

Full paper submission


December 6, 2021

First round of reviews and notifications


February 15, 2022

Revisions due


March 22, 2022

Second round of reviews and notifications


April 5, 2022

Camera ready deadline


April 19, 2022

Conference date


June 8-11,2022

*Topic Areas:*

The ACM Symposium on Eye Tracking Research & Applications (ETRA) 
solicits original research on a diverse set of topics related to eye 
tracking. Research contributions are welcomed across a range of topics 
including, but not limited to:

·Data analysis

oNovel methods, such as deep learning or other machine-learning based 

oPattern recognition for scanpaths

oClustering of gaze date

oEvent detection

oLarge-scale data processing

·Prediction methods

oGaze prediction

oAction, intent, or attribute prediction


oVisual representation of gaze patters and other eye tracking data

oVisual analytics and combination with machine learning

·Eye tracking devices

oHead-mounted eye tracking

oRemote eye tracking

oNovel sensors

·Perception and cognition; Empirical studies

oPerception, attention and oculomotor control

oVisual search and scene perception

oEye movements in reading and communication

oEye-hand coordination

oEye tracking in naturalistic tasks

oIn-the-wild studies

·Gaze-based interaction

oNovel interaction methods

oVirtual and augmented reality

oMulti-modal interaction

·Security, privacy and ethics





oVirtual/augmented reality

oGraphics and virtual avatars

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