Andreas Bulling is a postdoctoral research associate in the Computer Laboratory at the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, and research group co-leader at the School of Computing and Communications at Lancaster University, United Kingdom. Andreas has pioneered the use of wearable eye tracking and eye movement analysis for context-aware computing. His further research interests include activity and context recognition, multimodal sensing and inference, and cognition-aware systems with applications in ubiquitous computing, human-computer interaction, and personal health monitoring. He received his PhD in information technology and electrical engineering from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich, Switzerland, in 2010.
Andrew T. Duchowski is a professor for computer science at the School of Computing at Clemson University, United States, where he joined the faculty in January, 1998. Andrew is author of the book “Eye Tracking Methodology: Theory and Practice“, one of the standard works on methods and applications in eye tracking and eye-based interaction. His research and teaching interests include visual attention and perception, eye movements and eye tracking, computer vision, graphics, and virtual environments. He received his B.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science from Simon Fraser University, Canada in 1990, and Texas A&M University, United States in 1997, respectively.
Päivi Majaranta is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Tampere, Finland. Päivi has been involved in several research projects related to eye tracking, including her work as the scientific coordinator of the European Network of Excellence on Communication by Gaze Interaction (COGAIN, 2004-2009). She is especially interested in the application of eye tracking in gaze-aware natural interfaces and gaze-controlled assistive technology. She received her PhD in Interactive Technology from University of Tampere in 2009; her thesis on text entry by eye gaze was awarded with the Best PhD Thesis in Computer Science in Finland in 2009.
Hirotaka Aoki, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Roger Carpenter, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Anind Dey, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Hans Gellersen, Lancaster University, United Kingdom
Mary M. Hayhoe, University of Texas, USA
Per Ola Kristensson, University of St Andrews, United Kingdom
Antonio Krüger, German Research Center for AI, Germany
Alexander de Luca, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Germany
Walterio Mayol, University of Bristol, United Kingdom
Antti Oulasvirta, Helsinki Institute for Information Technology, Finland
Pernilla Qvarfordt, FX Palo Alto Laboratory, USA
Albrecht Schmidt, University of Stuttgart, Germany
Sophie Stellmach, University of Magdeburg, Germany
Martin Tall, Duke University, USA
Shumin Zhai, Google Research, USA