[visionlist] [CfP] EMICS: CHI'21 workshop on Eye Movements as an Interface to Cognitive State
nicole.xiwang at gmail.com
Mon Jan 4 09:58:31 -04 2021
*Call for papers *
EMICS: CHI'21 workshop on "Eye Movements as an Interface to Cognitive
The EMICS workshop (https://emics-2021.github.io/EMICS/) presents a venue
to explore how the connection between eye movements and cognitive
processing can be used for applications. Nine invited speakers from both
Cognitive Psychology and HCI will present their work, featuring current
developments in the relevant fields. We invite papers on topics related to *the
use of eye movement measures* (fixations, saccades, blinks, pupil diameter)
*for* *the analysis or prediction of cognitive processing*. This includes,
but is not limited to,
- a viewer’s cognitive load or affective state, level of expertise,
individual traits, task type, task difficulty, as well as
- the relationship of eye movements to user interfaces broadly construed
(driving, reading, problem solving, navigating, data analysis, coding,
creating content, etc.).
Please check the related paper section on the workshop page for more
relevant previous works.
We invite submissions of a maximum of* 4 pages*, excluding references. The
length of the submission should be commensurate with the contribution.
Submissions will be sent out for review to 2 experts representing the
Cognitive Science and HCI communities, who will rate
the quality of the submission as well as the topic fit to the workshop.
Submissions should follow the ACM SIGCHI Extended Abstracts format.
The submission deadline is* February 21, 2021.*
The notification of acceptance date is* February 28, 2021.*
Further Information about where to submit the abstracts will be posted on
At least one author of each accepted paper must attend the virtual EMICS
event and register for at least one day of the conference. Accepted papers
will be presented as spotlight presentations at the virtual EMICS workshop.
Based on reviewers’ recommendation, selected papers will receive best paper
awards, funded by the workshop sponsors.
The EMICS organizers
Xi Wang, Zoya Bylinskii, Monica Castelhano, James Hillis, Andrew Duchowski
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