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Research spotlight interviews

In this series of interviews, esteemed researchers discuss how they have used eye tracking across a broad range of applications, and explore their ambitions of making a positive impact on society.

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Eye tracking beyond borders

Dr. Gustaf Gredebäck takes us on an eye tracking journey around the world, studying infant development in different cultural environments.

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Cracking the code: Exploring software development with eye tracking

Dr. Bonita Sharif shares how eye tracking can provide insights to support software development processes and build better tools.

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Language acquisition: A dance between the child and its environment

Prof. Dr. Nivedita Mani sheds light on the complex mechanisms behind language acquisition and how eye tracking empowers research in her baby lab.

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Early autism diagnosis - shaping the future with eye tracking

Prof. Dr. Karen Pierce describes her breakthrough findings enabling early diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder with the help of eye tracking technology.

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STEM education of the future

Prof. Dr. Jochen Kuhn explains how modern education technology facilitates teaching and learning STEM subjects, and how eye tracking enables studying its effects.

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Developing natural human-machine interaction

Prof. Dr. Kai Essig describes how eye tracking contributes to cutting-edge developments in natural user interfaces between humans and technical systems.

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Sports science at the frontier of elite athletic performance

Dr. Adam Kiefer highlights the importance of physiological, emotional and perceptual-cognitive behavior in elite sports performance training.