II International Conference on Eyetracking and Applied Linguistics
On the 21-22th of September 2015 at the Faculty of Applied Linguistics at the University of Warsaw took place II INternational Conference in Eyetracking and Applied Linguistics. It was organized by Institute of Specialized and Intercultural Communication in cooperation with University of Mainz. The keynote speakers were: prof. Fabio Alves and prof. Jan Ober. read more
We are happy to announce that the member of our Laboratory- Joanna Nowakowska - has been awarded in the research programme "Diamentowy Grant" organized by Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education for the project entitled EyeT-Russia - eyetracking reading corpus as a tool of glottodidactics of language for specific purposes. The scientific supervisor of this project is dr Monika Płużyczka.
We invite you to participate in II International Conference on Eyetracking and Applied Linguistics, organized by Univeristy of Warsaw in cooperation with University of Mainz, which takes place on 21-22th of September 2015 in Warsaw (venue: Faculty of Applied Linguistics, ul. Dobra 55).
Eyetracking has become a powerful tool in scientific research and has finally found its way into translation studies pavingthe way for new insights and challenges in this field. This conference aims at bringing together experts exchanging information on current research, discussing future trends and further promoting interdiscipinary interaction of research.
Deadline abstracts: 15.04.2015
Notification of acceptance: 15.05.2015
Talks should last 20 minutes. Abstracts of no more than 300 words should be sent to conference e-mail address: ICEAL@uni-mainz.de. The body of your e-mail should include: title of paper, name of author, affiliation, research area.
Working language: English
The conference fee is 400 PLN (€ 90) and includes conference materials, coffee break, lunch and publication of the proceedings. Free attendance for BA/ MA students.
Conference Organizing Committee: prof. Sambor Grucza (UW), prof. Silvia Hansen-Schirra (JGU), dr Monika Płużyczka (UW), dr Marcin Łączek (UW), mgr Joanna Otocka (UW), Silke Gutermuth (JGU), Wendy Fox (JGU), Saskia Jünemann (JGU), Paweł Soluch (Neuro Device) .
More information: http://iceal.uni-mainz.de
III Polish Conference on Eyetracking– 05.-06.03.2015
On 5-6th of March 2015 in Warsaw took place III Polish Conference on Eyetracking. It was organized by: Univeristy of Social Sciences and Humanities, Neuro Device Group, National Information Processing Institute and SensoMotoric Instruments. The keynote speakers were: prof. Andrew T. Duchowski, pioneer of global eyetracking research, and prof. Jan Ober, precursor of Polish eyetracking research.
III Polish Conference on Eyetracking- 05.-06.03.2015
We invite you to participate in III Polish Conference on Eyetracking, which takes place on 5-6th of March 2015 in Warsaw.
The organizers of the Conference: University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Neuro Device Group, National Information Processing Institute and SensoMotoric Instruments.
University of Social Sciences and Humanities,
ul. Chodakowska 19/31, 03-815 Warszawa.
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„Can these eyes lie?"
International Conference on Eyetracking and Applied Linguistics
How we look, where we look and why? - there were the questions for participants of International Conference on Eyetracking and Applied Linguistics called „Can these eyes lie?", which took part on 26-27th of September 2014, at the Faculty of Applied Lnguistics at University of Warsaw. The Conference was organized by Institute of Anthropocentric Linguistics and Culturology (at present: Institute of Specialized and Intercultural Communication) in cooperation with University of Mainz and NeuroDevice. During two days of the Conference it was about 30 presentations devoted to the application of eyetracking in linguistic studies. read more