Call for Abstracts
We are very pleased to announce this call for abstract submissions for the second workshop on “Music and Eye-tracking.” After the success of the first meeting in 2017, we would again like to invite researchers at the intersection of music research, neuroscience, and psychology, with the interest of using eye-tracking (measuring saccadic, pupil, or blinking activity) to yield insights about music processing, performance, and engagement. Additionally, we invite related basic auditory research and studies on visual-auditory interactions. Research applying eye-tracking in combination with other methods (e.g., motion tracking, EEG, etc.) is also very welcome.
With this workshop, we hope to provide a platform for expert researchers at the intersection of music and eye-tracking to communicate with one another, to foster and enrich discussions about methods, and to continue refining models and theories of musical processing with insights from eye-tracking. We encourage researchers from other areas of cognition and emotion studies to join the interest in this complex question of investigation: what do eye movements, pupil dilation, and blinking activity tell us about musical processing?
The program of the first Conference on Music & Eye-Tracking can be found here.
Please also see the Special Issue on Music & Eye-Tracking in the Journal of Eye Movement Research which resulted from the first conference.
All submissions will be peer-reviewed by the Program Committee, with oversight from the Scientific Board.
There is no fee to attend the workshop. Please note that registration is prioritized for participants contributing with a talk or poster presentation. Only after June 15 is registration open for other interested attendees. Because of size limitations at our venue, seats are limited to 60 participants.
Travel expenses and accommodation have to be booked and paid separately by workshop participants. Please check whether you will need a visa for Germany! Applying for and obtaining the visa is your own responsibility.
Recommendations regarding transportation and accommodation forthcoming.
Laura Bishop University of Oslo
Robert Duke University of Texas, Austin
Mounya Elhilali Johns Hopkins University
Marek Franěk University of Hradec Králové
Erkki Huovinen Royal College of Music, Stockholm
Satoshi Kawase Osaka University Graduate School of Human Sciences, Yamaha Music Laboratory
Bruno Laeng University of Oslo
Hsin-I Liao NTT Communication Science Laboratories
Miguel Mera City University of London
Stefan Münzer University of Mannheim
Heather Sheridan University of Albany
Andreas Widmann University of Leipzig
Clemens Wöllner University of Hamburg
The workshop will be conducted at the
Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics
60322 Frankfurt am Main, Germany.
February 1, 2020
Submissions now being accepted
March 18, 2020
April 20, 2020
Participants notified of acceptance decision. Registration open for active participants.
June 15, 2020
Registration open for all participants
July 16, 2020