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ETIZ Revival Meet-Up

After a hiatus of five years, we were happy to co-organize the Eye Tracking Interest Group Zurich (ETIZ) revival meet-up. Together with Prof. Dr. Christoph Hölscher (Chair of Cognitive Sciences, ETH Zurich), and Prof. Dr. Mirko Meboldt (Product Development Group, ETH Zurich), the meet-up took place on Tuesday 19 March.

Besides two presentations, one by Prof. Meboldt and one held by our group (Eyes4ICU, https://www.eyes4icu.eu/), we discussed on the future directions of ETIZ, tried new hardware, and had time to socialize at an apéro.

All in all, over 20 academics from three different universities joined the evening. We look forward to a follow-up event soon.

Yiwei Wang presenting his research at the ETIZ meetup, where he showcased his part of the Eyes4ICU project.


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Presentation & Publication on Aeronautical Charts at AGILE 2023

It was a great pleasure to attend this year’s AGILE conference on Geographic Information Science in Delft (The Netherlands), where Adrian Sarbach presented the results of our research on visualisation and perception of airspace structures on aeronautical charts.

Our paper contains a theoretical cartographic analysis on aeronautical charts used for flights following visual flight rules, and the results of a user study, which confirmed the findings from the theoretical analysis.

This project was conducted together with Thierry Weber, Katharina Henggeler, Luis Lutnyk, and Martin Raubal.

If you are interested in reading the full open access paper, titled “Evaluating and Comparing Airspace Structure Visualisation and Perception on Digital Aeronautical Charts“, you can find it here: https://doi.org/10.5194/agile-giss-4-12-2023 .

Adrian Sarbach presenting his work on aeronautical charts at AGILE 2023

Adrian Sarbach presenting his work on aeronautical charts at AGILE 2023