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ECEM 2013 is the 17th European Conference on Eye Movements, with the original aims of the very first ECEM, ‘to exchange information on current research, equipment and software’, at the forefront. In 2013, it is held in Lund, Sweden.
Conference: 11th to 16th August 2013
Methods workshops: 7th to 10th August 2013 (see here)
Please note due to print deadlines, we can no longer accept any changes to the book of abstracts, and will not be able to make any changes to the printed program after Friday 26th July, 14:00 Swedish time.
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SMI have kindly agreed to extend the deadline for signing up to receive a loan of an eye tracker to develop software for the student competition. The prize for the best software is an SMI RED-m system. See the student competition page for more information.
We are very pleased to announce that ECEM 2013 will include a student competition sponsored by SensoMotoric Instruments (SMI, http://www.smivision.com/) to develop software for eye tracking and eye movements research. Applications may be for entertainment, communication, faster or better human computer interaction, analysis and visualisation of eye movements, event detection or any novel application that uses eye movement data as an input. The prize for this competition is an SMI RED-m (http://www.smivision.com/redm) eye tracker, a remote binocular eye tracker with a sampling rate of 120Hz. SMI will support the first 50 competitors to register before the end of February 2013 with a loan of a RED-m system, completely free of charge, to develop their software, from March until the competition closes.