PinniB 1029, address: Kanslerinrinne 1
MIPI-project, School of Information Sciences
The MIPI project funded by the Academy of Finland will end at the end of 2016. The School of Information Sciences is organising a seminar in order to present the work undertaken in the project.
In addition to the work done within the scope of MIPI, the programme also includes presentations on gaze-related research carried out in other projects of the VIRG research group.
Professor Sebastian Pannasch from Technische Universität Dresden will give the keynote presentation on Human Eye Movements: Basic Mechanisms and Practical Implications
The other speakers and their topics:
Poika Isokoski: Cultural Meanings and Heatmaps
Deepak Akkil: Gaze Awareness in Collaborative Physical Tasks
Jari Kangas and Päivi Majaranta: Gaze Interaction in the HAGI Project
Kari-Jouko Räihä: GazeLaser: A Hands-Free Highlighting Technique for Presentations
Oleg Špakov: Shared Gaze in Remote Tutoring
Howell Istance: Who's Having Problems? A Gaze-Enabled System for Tracking the Reading Process of a Class
The seminar is open for all. Welcome!
For more information, please contact:
Professor emeritus Kari-Jouko Räihä