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chandan kumar <[log in to unmask]>
Sun, 22 Nov 2020 12:58:31 +0100
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13th ACM Symposium on Eye Tracking Research and Applications (ETRA 2021)
                           May 25-29, 2021
                             Virtual Event

ACM ETRA is the premier forum for Eye Tracking Research and Applications.
The aim of ETRA is to bring together researchers and practitioners from
across fields with the common goal of continuing to move eye tracking
research forward. 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 full and short papers in all areas of eye tracking research and
applications, and welcome submissions from all domains, including
visuomotor neuroscience, perception, and cognition. Papers must be original
and not accepted previously for publication elsewhere.

All submissions will undergo a double-blind review process assessing the
originality and technical quality of the work as well as the relevance for
eye tracking research and applications. All accepted papers will be
archived in the conference proceedings and will be available in the ACM
Digital Library.

Important deadlines:

*Full papers:*Abstract submission (mandatory): Nov 25, 2020
Paper submission: Dec 2, 2020
First-round reviews and notifications: Feb 9, 2021
Revisions due: Mar 1, 2021
Second-round reviews and notifications: Mar 18, 2021
Camera-ready deadline: Mar 30, 2021

Short papers submission: Jan 27, 2021

Demos and videos submission: Feb 02, 2021

Workshop proposal submission: Dec 16th, 2020


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