[visionlist] CfP: ACM Trans. Applied Perception Special Issue "Eye Tracking at the Extremes"

Jain,Eakta ejain at cise.ufl.edu
Tue Feb 13 17:17:38 -04 2024

Dear vision colleagues,

Please see below for a special issue call for papers:

ACM Transactions on Applied Perception
Special Issue on Eye Tracking at the Extremes

Guest Editors: Eakta Jain, Associate Professor of Computer Science, University of Florida, (ejain at cise.ufl.edu<mailto:ejain at cise.ufl.edu>),
​                          Andrew Duchowski, Professor, School of Computing, Clemson University, (duchowski at clemson.edu<mailto:duchowski at clemson.edu>)

Eye tracking is a powerful technology that collects data from as estimate of the user’s gaze direction. This rich data can be used to make a range of inferences such as user attention, emotion, fatigue, identity and health conditions. Eye tracking as a technology in its basic form has become commodity: it is available as plug and play devices, built into XR headsets, and available in our cars and trucks. However it remains challenging to perform accurate tracking and gather responsible inferences in situations where gaze exhibits unusual behaviors, where eyes have characteristics that are unusual and not easily tracked, or in application areas where eye tracking is not easily applied, that is, at the boundaries of where conventional eye tracking and eye trackers can be used.

​​​In this special issue of the ACM Transactions on Applied Perception (TAP), papers are solicited to address a broad range of topics on eye tracking outside the norm, i.e., eye tracking at the extremes. The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

- Eye tracking for opto-diversity, neuro-diversity, genetic diversity
- Eye tracking non-human animals
- Methods and techniques for non-traditional eye tracking, e.g., dual eye tracking paradigms
- Emerging applications that require eye tracking in the extremes

​Important Dates:
Submission deadline: April 30, 2024
​First-round review decisions: August 15, 2024
Deadline for Minor revision submissions: September 15, 2024
​Deadline for Major revision submissions: November 15, 2024
Notification of final decisions: December 15, 2024
Tentative publication: January 2025

​Submission Information
​Submissions must be prepared according to the ACM TAP submission guidelines (https://dl.acm.org/journal/tap/author-guidelines) and must be submitted via Manuscript Central (https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/tap<https://linkprotect.cudasvc.com/url?a=https%3a%2f%2fmc.manuscriptcentral.com%2ftap&c=E,1,1og4XJlFJ0YBcnLkzFNYc-yFc-Q0uBuSpj9iztisDiEalP_zQm4ZgayG7vY4-viGb63t9pUCIUoniU4nlBLCBzrVseJgmTEJ71yppEho&typo=1&ancr_add=1>). The special issue will also consider extended versions (at least 30% new content) of papers published at conferences.

For questions and further information, please contact the guest editors, Eakta Jain and Andrew Duchowski.​


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