Each talk will be 20 min (15 min + 5 min discussion). Talks should present high quality, original, empirical research either complete, or 'work in progress'. Any work related to the study of eye movements and eye tracking from a psychological, neurobiological, clinical, computational or applied perspective can be submitted as an oral presentation.
For talks, please submit a short 200 word abstract (the classical ECEM format). If you want, you can also upload one page of supplementary material (e.g., a figure of your results) as a separate file (in PDF format) via ConfTool during the submission process. Please note that submission of supplementary material is optional and it is the reviewers' decision whether to take this supplementary information into account. Also note that supplementary material will not be included in the conference proceedings. All accepted and presented abstracts will be published in the Journal of Eye Movement Research.
Notification of abstract acceptance for talks will be sent April 15th, 2015. We cannot guarantee that we will respect the authors' preferences for oral or poster presentation. Depending on the number of submissions we receive, some presentations submitted as talks might have to be presented as posters. Authors will be informed in the acceptance mail if a submitted talk has to be presented as a poster instead.
If you have further questions regarding the submission requirements please contact the organizers.