Institute for Information Transmission Problems of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Kharkevich Institute)
The Yarbus-100 Organizing Committee is pleased to present the latest up-to-date information on the Yarbus-100 Symposium
- To be included in the Scientific Program, please submit a short report (up to 4000 words, including summary up to 150 words, but subtracting 400 words from the word limit per each figure or table included) or abstract (up to 400 words);
- To be included in the Schedule of Master Classes or Evening Entertainment Sessions, please provide description of scientific content and of the presentation equipment you need;
- Despite its conjunction with Young Scientists' School and Conference of the IITP (ITaS), the Yarbus-100 Symposium has no age restrictions for its participants!
- More detailed information will be posted in a week on the IITP web site (English version is in development): http://itas2014.iitp.ru/?q=en
March, 10: Deadline for short report/abstract submission
April, 15: Decisions will be made
May, 1: Deadline for early payment (24 000 roubles)
August, 31: Departure from Moscow to Nizhny Novgorod by bus
Prof. Nicholas Wade "How were eye movements recorded before Yarbus?"
Dr. Susana Martinez-Conde "From exploration to fixation: an integrative view of Yarbus's vision"
Dr. Martin Rolfs "Shifting attention for active vision, then and now"
Prof. Artem Belopolsky "Spatiotopic target-distractor competition in the oculomotor system"
Master Classes (as of Feb 1, 2014)
Neurobotics (SMI) class on attention and emotion recognition.
Alexander Zhegallo (Moscow State University of Psychology & Education) class on eye tracking data (both raw and processed) analysis.
IITP RAS class on characteristics of fixation micro movements (dependence on visual task and viewing conditions).
We are looking forward to welcoming you and/or your colleagues at the symposium Yarbus-100 and the conference ITaS'14.
We strongly urge you to fill the registration form to indicate your participation as soon as possible, if you have not yet done so: http://tinyurl.com/lnn8ryd
For any questions and suggestions please contact Andrey Bolshakov at: firstname.lastname@example.org .