Dear Participants,
on Friday, June 15th, before our Conference starts, for those who would like to extend own knowledge, we propose taking part in the workshops. The workshops are free of charge, however the number of places is limited.
The order of applications is deciding on the possibility of the participation.
Application form should be send individually: one application = one participant.
Workshops' place: Faculty of Applied Linguistics University of Warsaw, Dobra Str. 55.

The Language of the Conference and Workshops is English.

Friday, 15th June, 2018 WORKSHOPS

10:00 - 11:30

TMS workshop (WORKSHOP 01)

The demonstration will show how TMS can be used to affect the basic control of eye movements. The TMS coil will be placed on the scalp whilst participants complete a basic task requiring the basic control of eye movements. Under specific circumstances, TMS can affect the ability to execute basic eye movements, which will be the aim of this demonstration.

Leaders: Andrew Thomas and Mark Crawley (Rogue Resolutions)

11:30 - 13:00

Workshop on combining physiological data and eye tracking (WORKSHOP 02)

Workshop on cooregistration of psychophysiological and eye tracking data. We will present important aspects of data recording, synchronization and analysis. Workshop will focus on experiments with mobile subjects.

Leaders: Róża Budzyńska (Neuro Device) and Aleksandar Dimov (BIOPAC)




Friday, 15th June, 2018

12:00 - 14:00


14:00 - 14:10

Opening of the Conference

14:10 - 15:00


Ernesto Panadero

Measuring learning: what a tricky business! Reflections from the SRL and assessment fields.

15:00 - 15:50


Tomasz Gackowski and Karolina Brylska

FIFA 18 players – how do they feel and what do they see? Eye tracking, GSR/EDA, ECG and face tracking – research reconnaissance.

15:50 - 16:10

Coffee break



16:10 - 16:35

Jacek Matulewski,

Gaze control of movie playback.


Nicholas Mudrick,

Can Eye Movements Provide Evidence for Metacognitive Monitoring During Multimedia Learning?


16:35 - 17:00

Szymon Kupiński,

Automatic mapping coordinates data from eye tracking glasses to reference image.

Colin Lescarret,

“Should I watch it again?" An exploratory study on how middle school students interact with videos.

17:00 - 17:25

Cengiz Acarturk,

Deictic Gaze in Virtual Reality Environments.

Moritz Niemann,

Physiological Data as Unobtrusive Measures for Motivation and Self-Regulated Learning.

17:25 - 17:50

Radosław Mantiuk,

Foveated Rendering for Virtual Reality Googles.

Ulrich Ludewig,

Integration or disorientation: Double-sided relation of process measures in graph comprehension tasks.

17:50 - 18:15

Marcin Leśniak,

Oculomotor performance in patients with post-stroke neglect syndrome. A follow-up study.

Enrique Garcia Moreno-Esteva,

Children’s visual-cognitive behaviours when completing a graph task: Machine learning analyses of eye-tracking data.

18:15 - 20:15

Eye-catching welcome food and drink



Saturday, 16th June, 2018

8:30 - 9:00

Registration & morning coffee

9:00 - 9:50


Jacob L. Orquin

Threats to the validity of eye movement research.

9:50 - 10:30


Katharina Scheiter

A multi-purpose tool for research in (medical) education: Using eye tracking to develop, evaluate, and implement instruction.

10:30 - 10:50

Coffee break



10:50 - 11:15

Piotr Francuz,

Eye movement correlates of accurate recognition of harmony in paintings.


Eliane Segers,

Comprehension of multiple digital documents connected via inter-textual versus extra-textual hyperlinks.


11:15 - 11:40

Justyna Żurawska, Olga Borkowska,

Interaction with Exhibition in a Science Centre - a multistage eye tracking research in natural settings.

Leen Catrysse,

It is not only about the depth of processing: What if eye am not interested in the text?

11:40 - 12:05

Marta Rusnak,

Eye tracking survey in the Warsaw Rising Museum.

Lucia Mason,

Reading with the Eyes and Under the Skin: Processing Conflicting Online Documents.

12:05 - 12:30

Tomasz Soluch,

Customers journey in the shopping environment – mobile eye tracking as a valuable measurement to verify best practice during purchasing process.

Yvonne Kammerer,

Learning about controversial scientific issues on the Internet: Relations between attention to source information and sourcing and argumentation in essays.

12:30 - 14:00

Lunch break

14:00 - 15:00

Poster Session - Download detailed lists of posters Here!



15:00 - 15:25

Ewa Ramus,

Could the eye-tracking technology be valuable support for the therapy and diagnosis of children with the autism spectrum disorders?


Christian Scharinger,

Using the EEG and Virtual Reality to study the effect of immersion on cognitive processing and learning.


15:25 - 15:50

Monika Płużyczka,

Towards eye tracking methodology in linguistics: advantages and pitfalls.

Sarune Baceviciute,

Using EEG to Assess the Cognitive Process of Reading in Virtual Reality.

15:50 - 16:15

Dominik Kudła,

Eye-tracking analysis of sight translation performed by applied linguistics students.

Andreas Rausch,

Current approaches to log file analysis of computer-based learning and problem solving.

16:15 - 16:40

Olga Łabendowicz,

Modes of AVT and Audience Viewing Styles in Poland.

Steffi Zander,

A gender issue? – Analyzing individual differences while solving spatial tasks on mobile devices.

16:40 - 17:30

a walk to Warsaw University Main Campus to get to the place of standing Party

17:30 - 20:30

Come Together and have a look - standing Party place: Warsaw University Main Campus, building of the Faculty of History, the Pillared Hall

20:30 - ...

Old Town Sightseeing – facultative activity



Sunday, 17th June, 2018

8:30 - 9:00

Morning coffee

9:00 - 9:50


Agnieszka Andrychowicz-Trojanowska

School students and textbook of English in eye tracking study.



10:00 - 10:25

Małgorzata Szupica-Pyrzanowska,

The relation between intensive linguistic training in L2/L3 and the ability to detect lexical, inflectional and phonetically-conditioned orthographic errors in L1- the evidence from eye tracking.


Thérése Eder,

Do eye movement visualisations foster the interpretation of radiology images and gaze behaviour of dental medicine students?


10:25 - 10:50

Karolina Dunaj,

Eye movements measures as indicators of verbal fluency.

Tim van Marlen,

Does the Perceived Expertise of a Model Influence the Effectiveness of Eye Movement Modeling Examples?

10:50 - 11:15

Sarah Malone,

Gaze behavior as an indicator for specific functions of multiple external representations while problem solving.

Margot van Wermeskerken,

ClassifEYE: Classifying patterns in visualizations of eye movements through a sorting task.

11:15 - 11:35

Coffee break



11:35 - 13:15

Marjaana Puurtinen,

Eye-tracking in music studies: Examples, best practices and what to avoid.


Sharisse van Driel,

Exploring Teachers‘ Gaze Behavior in the Classroom Using Mobile Eye Tracking.




Marjaana Puurtinen,

Reading Rhythms: Eye Movements in Performing Rhythm Notation.

Hans Gruber,

Revealing gaze? The role of eye-movement data in identifying triggers of group-level regulation in a collaborative music task.

Natalia Chitalkina,

Eye-movement effects of added cognitive load in music reading.

Anna-Kaisa Ylitalo,

Eye movement processes in repeated reading of Finnish folk music.

Nora McIntyre,

Reactivity effects in video-based classroom research: an investigation using teacher and student questionnaires as well as teacher eye-tracking.

Enrique Garcia Mereno-Esteva,

Exploring Teachers‘ Gaze Behavior in the Classroom Using Mobile Eye Tracking: Teacher’s Gaze Behavior During a Mathematical Collaborative Problem-Solving Session.

Sharisse van Driel,

Preservice teachers’ professional vision in relation to their classroom management.

Irene Skuballa,

When Kindergarten Teachers Explain: Gaze Behavior During Instructional Sessions.

13:15 - ...

Closing the Conference & GoodBye Lunch