Doctoral Symposium

Schedule, Thursday, June 14, 2018, Room S304
Welcome Note - Doctoral Symposium Co-Chairs (15 minutes)
1-minute introductions (1 slide, yourself and your research)
Coffee Break (Room S303)
Large Group Discussions (All Together)
10 minutes per abstract
For each abstract, one student will present a summary and lead the discussion. Another student will serve as scribe.
Authors may wish to have 1-2 slides with images/videos to help explain their work.
Lunch (Room S303)
Small Group Discussions with Faculty
Each group prepares 3-5 questions.
Discuss critical issues of your research together with attending faculty.
Faculty rotate after 20 minutes to the next group.
Coffee Break (Room S303)
Closing Remarks (All Together)
10 minutes per group.
Each group prepares 1-2 slides to reflect on the input of the day and summarize lessons learned.
Doctoral Symposium Dinner/Social Event
DS1. Training Operational Monitoring in Future ATCOs Using Eye Tracking
Carolina Barzantny (DLR German Aerospace Center)
DS2. Automatic detection and inhibition of neutral and emotional stimuli in post-traumatic stress disorder: an eye-tracking study
Wivine Blekic (University of Mons) and Mandy Rossignol (University of Mons)
DS3. Audio-visual interaction in emotion perception for communication
M.J. de Boer (University Medical Center Groningen); D. Başkent (University Medical Center Groningen); F.W. Cornelissen (University Medical Center Groningen)
DS4. Asynchronous Gaze Sharing: Towards a Dynamic Help System to Support Learners During Program Comprehension
Fabian Deitelhoff (University of Applied Sciences and Arts Dortmund)
DS5. Investigating the multicausality of processing speed deficits across developmental disorders with Eye Tracking and EEG
Sabine Dziemian (University of Zurich)
DS6. Using eye tracking to simplify screening for visual field defects and improve vision rehabilitation
Birte Gestefeld (University Medical Center Groningen); Alessandro Grillini (University Medical Center Groningen); Jan-Bernard Marsman (University Medical Center Groningen); Frans W. Cornelisssen (University Medical Center Groningen)
DS7. Intelligent cockpit: eye tracking integration to enhance the pilot-aircraft integration
Christophe Lounis (ISAE-SUPAERO); Vsevolod Peysakhovich (ISAE-SUPAERO); Mickael Causse (ISAE-SUPAERO)
DS8. Eye-tracking measures in audiovisual stimuli in infants at high genetic risk for ASD: challenging issues
Itziar Lozano (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid); Ruth Campos (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid); Mercedes Belinchón (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)
DS9. Virtual Reality as a Proxy for Real-Life Social Attention?
Marius Rubo (University of Wuerzburg); Matthias Gamer(University of Wuerzburg)
DS10. Towards Concise Gaze Sharing
Christian Schlösser (University of Applied Sciences and Arts Dortmund)
DS11. Seeing into the music score: Eye-tracking and sight-reading in a choral context
Maria Timoshenko (Åbo Akademi University)
DS12. Seeing in Time - An Investigation of Entrainment and Visual Processing in Toddlers
Hsing-fen Tu (Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences)
DS13. A Text Entry Interface using Smooth Pursuit Movements and Language Model
Zhe Zeng (Technische Universität Berlin); Matthias Roetting (Technische Universität Berlin)