Our research is concerned with human visual attention on geo information and in spatial decision situations.
We combine competences and methods from Geographic Information Science, Computer Science, and Psychology, including Mobile Eye Tracking, spatio-temporal gaze analyses, empirical studies, and gaze-based interaction.
Read more about our research in the following areas:
Human visual attention during pedestrian wayfinding
Gaze-based Human Computer Interaction with geoinformation and urban environments
Improving aviation safety by using eye tracking for pilot training