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13.01.2015: We are planning a Special Issue in Spatial Cognition and Computation. Find the Call for Submissions here.
15.09.2014: The proceedings have been published at CEUR.
30.07.2014: The workshop program is now online.
10.07.2014: The abstract of the keynote talk titled “Eye Tracking in Geographic Contexts: Intent and Interaction” held by Andrew Duckowski as well as a short biography have been published in the “Keynote” section.
09.05.2014: Due to problems with the EasyChair system, the submission site is currently down. In case you don’t manage to submit through EasyChair until the end of the day, you can also submit by e-mail.
“EasyChair is Being Moved to a New Server
Quite unexpectedly, EasyChair had to be moved to a new server.
We are moving the system itself and restoring all data. We are sorry for any inconveniences caused.
The move is to be completed during Friday, May the 9th. We cannot give precise time at the moment. We are working hard to make it up and running as soon as possible.” (EasyChair website)
29.04.2014: (DEADLINE EXTENDED). Paper submission: May 9, 2014.
26.03.2014: Submission page is open!
Eye tracking has become a popular method for investigating research questions related to geographic information science. This includes studies on how people interact with geographic information systems, studies on how space is perceived in decision situations, and using gaze as input mode for geographic human computer interaction.
The workshop aims to bring together researchers from different areas who have a common interest in using eye tracking for research questions related to spatial information. The workshop should stimulate the exchange of ideas between the different areas, laying out a road-map for using eye tracking for spatial research.
As highlights, the workshop will feature a keynote talk by Andrew Duchowski, Clemson University, and a hands-on outdoor mobile eye tracking session in Vienna.