ECEM 2007 
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University of Potsdam, College of Human Sciences, Department of Psychology 14th European Conference on Eye Movements
14th European Conference on Eye Movements
19-23 August 2007 in Potsdam, Germany



Scientific Program



Entrance to Auditorium Maximum
Entrance to Auditorium Maximum,
the main lecture hall of
the university.

The Scientific program of ECEM2007 will take place from Monday, August 20th, 9:00, to Thursday, August 23rd, 13:00.

The format of the ECEM2007 follows the last conferences. Among the conference highlights are the following scientific events:

  • A plenary symposium in honour of

    John M. Findlay, University of Durham, UK.

  • Invited lectures

    Gerry Altmann, University of York, UK
    Michael E. Goldberg, Columbia University, USA
    Hans-Otto Karnath, University of Tübingen, Germany
    Susana Martinez-Conde, Barrow Neurological Institute, Phoenix, USA
    Keith Rayner, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA

  • Symposia covering diverse topics including

    Natural scene perception
    Eye movements in reading
    Mathematical modeling
    Eye tracking and event-related potentials
    A modern view of the pursuit system
    The anti-saccade task
    Visual search and scanpath
    Binocularity
    Evaluation in patients with brain damage
    Usability research

Oral presentations (15 mins talk + 5 mins discussion) will be organized into parallel sessions. Posters will be presented during special poster sessions (2 hours) on each day.

[The Old Town Hall in Potsdam, Germany]
Old Town Hall with gold-coated
Atlas on the top of its tower.

Social Program

The welcome reception will take place on Sunday evening, August 19th, in the Old Town Hall in Potsdam's historical center.

We are organizing a BBQ party instead of traditional conference dinner on Tuesday evening, August 21st. Costs for this event are included in the conference fees. Participants who would like to bring a partner or family can buy additional tickets at the conference.



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