Doctoral Symposium Call for Submissions
The 2019 ACM Symposium on Eye Tracking Research and Applications will offer a Doctoral Symposium, where doctoral students get an opportunity to meet other students and experienced researchers to get feedback on their research in a friendly environment. We invite abstracts from doctoral students who have a defined topic in the area of eye tracking research and applications, and whose work is still in a phase where it can be influenced by the feedback received in the symposium. Outstanding abstracts from students who have not yet been accepted into a doctoral program will also be considered. Participants will be selected based on an extended abstract (3 pages + 1 additional page for references) describing the thesis work and its current status. The abstract will be included in the conference proceedings and published at ACM.
The objective of the doctoral symposium is to provide feedback on the student's’ work and facilitate the exchange of ideas between other researchers and students working on related topics. The main symposium also offers an excellent opportunity to network with researchers with similar interests.
Participants will be selected based on an extended abstract (3 pages + 1 additional page for references) describing the thesis work and its current status. The abstracts will go through a review process. The goal of the review process is to ensure that students have a defined topic and are still early enough in their studies to benefit from the feedback and guidance received during the symposium. The abstract (3 pages + 1 additional page for references) should describe:
- Research objectives
- Hypothesis and problem statement
- Approach and method
- Preliminary results
- Plans for future work
The role of eye tracking should be clear from the abstract.
Formatting instructions can be found at: http://www.siggraph.org/learn/instructions-authors.
In addition, the submission should include:
- A concise CV (max. 3 pages)
- A brief statement indicating how the student expects to benefit from involvement in the ETRA Doctoral Symposium (max. 1 page)
- A letter of recommendation from the student’s research advisor. The letter should indicate how long the student has been enrolled in the doctoral program and discuss the status of the student’s work (max. 1 page). Abstracts and accompanying documents should be submitted via EasyChair to the Doctoral Symposium track.
Important Dates (Time Zone: AoE)
|Doctoral Symposium Important Dates|
|March 10, 2019||Submission deadline|
|March 15, 2019||Decisions announced|
|March 22, 2019||Camera ready abstracts due|
|June 25, 2019||ETRA Doctoral Symposium|
Accepted abstracts will be available in the ACM digital library as part of the ETRA 2019 proceedings.
Doctoral Symposium Co-Chairs
For more information please contact:
Reynold Bailey (email@example.com), Rochester Institute of Technology, USA
Hana Vrzakova (firstname.lastname@example.org), University of Colorado Boulder, USA
Ann McNamara (email@example.com), Texas A&M University, USA