ECEM 2015 is the 18th European Conference on Eye Movements, taking place at the University of Vienna from August 16 to 21, 2015.
ECEM is the largest eye tracking conference in the world, a biennial interdisciplinary meeting that attracts over 600 participants from all over the world to exchange information on current research on oculomotor control and active vision, as well as eye movement research methods.
Dear supporters, attendants and contributors of this year's ECEM,
Thank you so much for paying us a visit at this year's ECEM in Vienna andfor all your hard work that made ECEM 2015 such a memorable event for all of us.
We are more than happy to announce the winner of the Keith Rayner Memorial Award: Alexandra Turcan (University of Nottingham, UK). Congratulations! Click on more to read the official announcement by Simon P. Liversedge.
All abstracts of the ECEM 2015 have now been published online in the Journal of Eye Movement Research.
If you are a student presenting a poster or talk at ECEM 2015, you are highly encouraged to apply for the Keith Rayner Memorial Award. Deadline for applications is one week before the conference! Click here to see more details.
You can download the PDF versions of the conference programme and abstracts book from the ECEM 2015 website. Please have a look at the conference programme for organizational details and important information for presenters.
ECEM 2015 is proud to present an additional evening lecture. On Tuesday night, August 18th, Françoise Vitu will be giving a keynote presentation.
This years ECEM will feature seven keynote lectures. Abstracts of all invited lectures as well information on the speakers are now available at the ECEM website!
Due to several requests, we have extended the deadline for submissions to the SMI programming competition by 2 weeks. The new deadline is March 15th, 2015, 11.59 PM (23:59) CET!
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We are very pleased to announce this call for abstracts for the 18th European Conference on Eye Movements (ECEM).
SMI Programming Competition