Peter Kiefer is a senior researcher at ETH Zurich, Switzerland, leading the GeoGazeLab at the Chair of Geoinformation Engineering. His eye tracking research is focused on gaze-based interaction with geo information and with real urban environments. He is specifically interested in new gaze-based assistive technologies that can help to improve the interaction with mobile geo-spatial services.
Yanxia Zhang is a research associate and PhD student in the School of Computing and Communications at Lancaster University, United Kingdom. Her research interests include gaze-assisted interface for everyday computing, eye tracking for health monitoring, and vision-based interactive systems.
Andreas Bulling is head of the Perceptual User Interfaces Group at the Max Planck Institute for Informatics and Saarland University, Germany. Andreas coined the term “pervasive eye tracking” and initiated the PETMEI workshop series in 2011. His further research interests include activity and context recognition, multimodal sensing, and cognition-aware computing.
- Florian Alt, University of Munich (LMU), Germany
- Roman Bednarik, University of Eastern Finland, Finland
- Florian Daiber, German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence, Germany
- Ming Ki Chong, Lancaster University, U.K.
- Andrew T. Duchowski, Clemson University, SC, U.S.A.
- Ioannis Giannopoulos, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
- Carlos Hitoshi Morimoto, University of São Paulo, Brasil
- Kris Kitani, Carnegie Mellon University, PA, USA
- Antonio Krüger, German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence, Germany
- Dan Liebling, Microsoft Research, USA
- Diako Mardanbegi, IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark
- Lucas Paletta, Joanneum Research, Austria
- Thies Pfeiffer, Excellence Center Cognitive Interaction Technology, Bielefeld University, Germany
- Pernilla Qvarfordt, FX Palo Alto Laboratory, CA, USA
- Martin Raubal, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
- Oleg Špakov, University of Tampere, Finland
- Yusuke Sugano, Max Planck Institute for Informatics, Germany
- Veronica Sundstedt, Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden
- Takumi Toyama, German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence, Germany