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 as well as 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.) are very welcome, too.
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.
Further information about the second conference will be available starting January 2020.