Workshops

Key information about the workshops:

Workshop 1
CJP room: C-515
Building name: Collegium Jana Pawła II ( The John Paul II Collegium)
Entrance: from the side of Hieronim Łopaciński street

Title: Programming eye-tracking experimental procedures using PsychoPy
Description: The workshop is planned for researchers who want to learn to conduct eye-tracking experiments using PsychoPy and have little or no experience with PsychoPy and Python programming language. On the workshop we will focus on generating experiments (presenting stimuli, collecting responses), controlling experiment flow (randomization) and collecting eye-tracking data.
Lecturer: Cezary Biele
Psychologist and psychophysiologist interested in the role of emotions during human computer interactions and development of new methods for gaze-controlled gaming. He has an extensive experience both in the area of basic and applied research, where he uses Python and PsychoPy for experiment development and data processing and analyses.

Workshop 2
CTW room no: 217
The Catholic University of Lublin
Building’s name: Knowledge Transfer Center (Centrum Transferu Wiedzy)
Entrance: from the side of Idzi Radziszewski street
Title: Combining physiological data and eye tracking
Description: During the workshop attendees will learn how to use eye tracking data together with physiological data, such as EDA, heart rate or EMG. Attendees will have opportunity to perform an experiment with either mobile and stationary systems. It will be also demonstrated how to perform data analysis.
Lecturers: Krzysztof Malej and Aleksandar Dimov

Workshop 3
CTW room no: 202
The Catholic University of Lublin
Building’s name: Knowledge Transfer Center (Centrum Transferu Wiedzy)
Entrance: from the side of Idzi Radziszewski street
Title: How to use eye tracking with spherical photos and videos?
Description: Main goal of the workshop is to see and test the newest possibilities of using the spherical photos and videos. Participants will be also instructed how to start with building basic virtual experiment and gaze-based interaction in VR.
Lecturers: Ewa Ramus and Ashley Keeler