Eye tracking has developed in the past years from being a technology that can be used only in labs and controlled settings, to a pervasive technology that is gradually weaving into our everyday lives. Advances in visual computing as well as in sensors and processing power of ubiquitous devices allow accurate gaze estimation and a myriad of applications for desktop settings, mobile devices, public displays, head-mounted displays, wearables and other ubicomp technologies. These advancements pave the way for eye tracking to deliver its promises on off-the-shelf devices. At the same time, eye movements are subtle and have been deemed attractive for security and privacy protection applications. The aim of EyeSec 2021 is to provide a forum for researchers and practitioners to exchange ideas, discuss the most important challenges and opportunities of using eye gaze for security, and to identify directions for future research.
Submission Deadline: February 20th, 2021 (Short Papers); March 8th, 2021 (Position Papers)
Organizers:: Yasmeen Abdrabou, Florian Alt, Christina Katsini, Mohamed Khamis, George E. Raptis